You can fly the Aeroworx B200 from either the 2D view or the VC since both offer excellent resolution. While I generally prefer to fly from the 2D panel, I couldn’t help but be impressed by how close to the real thing the VC looks. The new analogue panel instrumentation looks and functions exactly as it does in the real thing.
Looking out the left side of the cockpit this time immediately after departing 5R at RDU and turning to the assigned heading of 010 degrees.
Climbing through 8,000 feet you can see the Aeroworx B200 performance matches up very closely to the real thing. In the real airplane you can see we are making a bit better climb rate and speed due to the fact that we only had about 1900 lbs. of fuel onboard instead of the full tanks I flew the Aeroworx model at (3644 lbs.).
Coming up through 12,000 feet I pan around and zoom out a bit to show the rest of the panel. You can move about in the virtual cockpit (or cabin) using a utility such as Active Camera or similar freeware utilities.