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Using GOOGLE EARTH flight simulator

You can fly around the globe in Google Earth using the flight simulator feature. This allows you to operate a simulated aircraft using either your mouse or another controller (Google Earth is a free software).

Entering Flight Simulator

To enter the flight simulator, do one of the following:

   Click Tools > Enter Flight Simulator
   Press CTRL + Alt + A (Command/Open Apple Key + Option + A on the Mac)

The Flight Simulator dialog box appears. You need to chose the following:

   Aircraft - Choose the airplane you would like to fly based on the descriptions shown. The SR22 is a slower plane and easier for beginners.
   Start Position - Choose where you would like to begin.
   Joystick support - Check Joystick enabled if there is a joystick device on your computer that you would like to use.

To change these settings, exit the flight simulator and press CTRL + Alt + A (Command/Open Apple Key + Option + A on the Mac)
Viewing Flight Simulator Help

To view this page at any time,  press CTRL + H. (Windows and Linux only).
Exiting Flight Simulator

To exit the flight simulator, do one of the following:

   Click Exit Flight Simulator
   Press CTRL + Alt + A or Escape (Command/Open Apple Key+ Option + A or Escape on the Mac).

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