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Aviation Page

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Aviation Links
Aviation has been a hobby of mine since I was very young. I've collected some links to various aviation and flight simulation sites which you can find below.
GaugeDump Program
Years ago, I developed a program for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2000 or 98 to aid in panel designing. The Utility was called GaugeDump. It takes an existing gauge file and converts it to a nearly complete "C" project. If you are looking for that program, or if you just want to see some horrible 90's webpage design, you can find it at the GaugeDump Home page.
My Aircraft
Below is a picture of my own plane, a 1978 Piper Archer II. This one has some more power and is a little better equipped in the avionics department. My former plane was a 1977 Piper Warrior II.
Photo of my aircraft
Flight Simulation
When I'm not out flying for real, I enjoy using flight simulation programs to keep my skills sharp. Microsoft Flight Simulator was really helpful way back when I was getting my pilot's license and instrument rating. Currently, I almost exclusively use FlightGear. FlightGear is open source and runs on many platforms including Linux.
General/Commercial Aviation Links
Flight Simulation Links