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  • Title Flight Simulation Books
  • Author(s) Kevin Savetz
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A collection of 21 Classical Flight Simulation Books available on the web. More than 2,200 printed pages have been digitized into 800+ web pages.

These books, published from 1985-1989, cover Microsoft Flight Simulator and Sublogic Flight Simulator software, plus other flight sim programs including F-15 Strike Eagle and Sublogic's Jet. Users who prefer more modern flight simulators will find that many of the techniques and situations described in these books, such as aerobatic maneuvers and instrument flying techniques, remain relevant to newer flight simulators.

  • Jet Fighter School and Jet Fighter School II by Richard G. Sheffield
  • Flying on Instruments with Flight Simulator by Jonathan M. Stern
  • Learning to Fly with Flight Simulator and Realistic Commercial Flying with Flight Simulator by John Rafferty
  • 40 Great Flight Simulator Adventures, 40 More Great Flight Simulator Adventures, Flight Simulator Co-Pilot, Flying FlightSimulator, Runway USA, and A Flight Simulator Odyssey by Charles Gulick

All of the books are available with the gracious permission of their authors.

About the Authors
  • was created by Kevin Savetz with help from volunteers. His other classic computing sites include, which offers the full text of 30 classic computing books; and Classic Computer Magazine Archive (, which offers full text of Compute!, Creative Computing, Antic, and other early computer magazines.
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