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Press Ctrl+Alt+A ( Command + Option + A on Mac) or go to the Tools menu and click " Enter Flight Simulator ". Help is provide by a web link on the opened tab. See also URL… in related link below for detailed instructions on how to fly and land the airplane. Google Earth versions 4.2 and higher have a built-in Flight Simulator that you can fly around the world.
For help, go to the below link. Or, in the menu at the beginning, click help. The link below explains the keyboard shortcuts for the flight simulator mode of Google Earth.
Flight Simulator comes with the newest version of Google Earth. Very simply, go into Google Earth, on the tool bar select Tools then select flight simulator, select aircraft a…nd position and you're away! You can also press ctrl-A to start the Flight Simulator. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ You press ctrl-Alt-A to start the simulator.
Yes. Google Earth has been doing Flight Simulator since version 4.2.
Start the flight simulator by pressing CTRL + Alt + A or selecting 'Enter Flight Simulator' from the Tools menu. To take off, first press the Page Up key to increase thrust …and move the aircraft down the runway. When you're in Flight Simulator mode select 'Keyboard Shortcuts' in Help menu to show the list of keyboard controls.
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Go to tools at the top of the screen. Then click flight simulator. Or you can press control alt and A.
No Google Earth flight simulator does not fire missiles, bombs, etc. For that you can try X-Plane or Flight Simulator X.
The button toolbar (below the menu) is automatically hidden when you start Flight Simulator mode. However, the menu (File, Tools, etc.) cannot be hidden. You can enter full-sc…reen mode to maximize the flight sim view - this option is found in View menu.
Press ctrl+alt+a or go to tools, click ENTER FLIGHT SIMULATOR. USE ur common sense
You can toggle the Heads-Up Display (HUD) with numbers pressing 'H' key while in flight simulator mode.
If you're a pilot you can reduce speed, try air brakes, and pull-out of the spin, etc. There is no auto-pilot For a "cheat" you can try the following steps to "stabilize" t…he flight: . pause the simulation pressing spacebar. . Exit Flight simulator - temporary from the Tools menu. . Use mouse or keyboard to increase altitude or zoom out . Re-enter flight simulator from Tools menu or Ctlr+Alt+A . Select starting location as 'Current View' . Click 'Start Flight' which will resume a stabilized flight
Reduce flaps with left bracket '[' or 'F' key Increase flaps with right bracket ']' or shift-F key For full list of controls see help in related link below.
You can reduce/increase the flaps in Google Earth flight simulator using the left '[' and right ']' bracket keys. See full keyboard short-cuts in related links below.
Start the flight simulator by pressing CTRL + Alt + A or selecting 'Enter Flight Simulator' from the Tools menu. To take off, first press the Page Up key to increase thrust an…d move the aircraft down the runway. Further instructions to fly your airplane can be found in the related links below.
Quite a few flight simulators use Google Earth. An online example of this would be GEFS Online. GEFS is a free online flight simulator, and can only be used via Google Chrom…e. Another popular simulator is "Microsofts' Flight Simulator." However, one must buy this software.