The version 2.0 flight model remains a joy to fly. Again, however, as I mentioned in my initial review, it is essential that you read the POH to derive the most benefit from this truly accurate add-on. I can’t tell you how many times people have complained that the engine gauges don’t work only to find out they hadn’t read the instructions and hadn’t turned the inverter on. The Aeroworx B200 is a faithful reproduction of the real thing and as such requires a faithful reproduction of how a real pilot would fly it in order to have it function correctly. Trust me, the hours and hours of time on the phone with me and the other consulting pilots helped them get their B200 as close as possible to the real thing without writing out a check for 2.5 million dollars!
Short final to runway 5R at Raleigh International airport (KRDU), left side is my real world photo, the right side the Aeroworx B200.
Lake Crabtree as seen out of the right window on short final to 5R at KRDU.
Getting ready to cross the airport boundary 5R at KRDU.
Preparing for take-off runway 5R at KRDU.