New Microsoft Flight Simulator - How to PIREP Flight?

MyActive AirSource (MyAAS) is the program used by AirSource members to record their flight time. Requires Microsoft Flight Simulator and (free) version of FSUIPC. MyAAS 2 is programmed by AS 201 Joe Hamilton, and is always being reviwed for new features.

New Microsoft Flight Simulator - How to PIREP Flight?

Postby AS 2 Tom Little » 19 Aug 2020 00:25

Here is how to file a flight you performed in the new Microsoft Flight Simulator:

:arrow: Flights are booked as usual within the General Aviation, Scheduled, and Special Crew Pass areas.

:arrow: To PIREP/File your flight after performing it, just head to the PILOT OPERATIONS area, then go to the FLIGHTS area, then choose MANUAL PIREP (MSFS) link. http://air-source.us/Operations/OpsMain.asp

That's all there is to it!

Hopefully soon we can test to see if the new BETA FSUIPC will work with myAAS.

More to come.

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Re: New Microsoft Flight Simulator - How to PIREP Flight?

Postby AS 2 Tom Little » 21 Aug 2020 21:35

UPDATE: There is a version of FSUIPC available (BETA) that does indeed work with the new Microsoft Flight Simulator and myAAS / AirSource, however there are major stutter/framerate issues. This is not due to the myAAS software, but rather other technical issues due to Simconnect and within the FSUIPC program.

FSUIPC Beta Download: https://forum.simflight.com/topic/90193 ... -for-msfs/

Link here for latest on the framerate issue: https://forum.simflight.com/topic/90203 ... -fps-drop/

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