There is also Boeing flight simulator, according to the website. Incidentally when you click on the link to the airbus one it shows 3 shots of Boeings, when you click on the link to the boeing one it shows an airbus. Go figure! It is such a poorly designed website, using the same html template as all the other variants - I'm hoping that any rational minded person stumbling upon this would have the common sense to mistrust it and avoid it like its the plague...

I'd be interested to know how Airbus and Boeing view the use of their IP in the name(s) of the website. Perhaps I should forward the Airbus and Boeing folk an email?

Regards,

Chris Wilkinson, YBBN/BNE.


From: Peter Brown <smoothwaterman@adelphia.net>
To: FlightGear developers discussions <flightgear-devel@lists.sourceforge.net>
Sent: Thu, 30 December, 2010 1:08:15 AM
Subject: [Flightgear-devel] More flightprosim offshoots



http://www.airbusflightsimulator.com/index.html
http://www.airbusflightsimulator.com/buy-flight-simulator.html
http://www.airbusflightsimulator.com/flight-simulator-planes.html

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