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FSExpo 2019 Interview With Honeycomb Aeronautical

In this interview, we’ll speak with Nicki from Honeycomb to get an update of their current hardware and future plans. You can find out about the upcoming Alpha yoke and also what plans are to come in the future including new hardware.

This is part of our FSExpo 2019 content from last month in Orlando. Be sure to check out our archive hub to catch up on anything you may have missed.

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Virtual-Fly Yoko the Yoke PLUS: First Look Video (Plus Chance to Win @ FSExpo)

Join us as we take the first look at the Virtual-Fly Yoko the Yoke PLUS. The new Yoke is an upgrade from the original and features even higher quality details and brand new features such as an eight-way hat switch.

In our unboxing video, we show you what’s inside the box, how it feels and also just how easy it is to set-up.

Your Chance to Win a Yoko the Yoke PLUS (FlightSimExpo attendees only)

We have partnered with Virtual-Fly to be able to offer attendees of FlightSimExpo to win a FREE Virtual-Fly Yoko the Yoke PLUS. We’ll have the fantastic yoke displayed on our stand (#601) during the event and we’ll be giving those there all the details they need to enter the draw.

The prize will include a Yoko the Yoke PLUS and will be shipped free of charge to anywhere in the US.

Still not bought a ticket? You can pre-register still with just a few days to spare. Head to FlightSimExpo’s website for ticket details.

What about a full review?

Our review for the Yoko the Yoke PLUS will be published first at FlightSimExpo 2019. It will then appear online on Monday June 10th 2019.

 

 

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Virtual-Fly RUDDO Plus Pedals: FSElite Video First Look

The guys at Virtual-Fly were kind enough to send us a set of the Virtual-Fly RUDDO Plus flight simulation rudder pedals. During this video look over the pedals, we show you how easy it is to set them up, install them to your simulator and offer our experience with using them.

Our full written review can be found here. Here’s a snippet from that review:

“Overall, I really enjoyed my time with the pedals. They offer a really rich experience regardless of flying type. I feel completely in control of my aircraft when using them and the use of load cells in the toe brakes makes a whole world of difference to input. They cost a lot of money but deliver on the promises made.”

If you’re keen to find out more, or buy them, you can head over to Virtual-Fly’s website. They will set you back €872 if you’re interested in buying them.

Head over to our Virtual-Fly Hardware hub to find our reviews for the complete Virtual Fly hardware set, as well as videos from some of our video partners.

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