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Microsoft Flight Simulator 2000 Videos and Trailers - PC

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2000
Game Description:Flight Simulator 2000 is the civilian flight simulator for the new millennium. Built on a foundation of realism that spans over 17 years, Flight Simulator 2000 is the largest leap forward in Microsoft Flight Simulator history. With fabulous graphics, incredibly detailed terrain and plenty of geographical landmarks, whether it's the Coliseum in Los Angeles or Big Ben in London, Flight Simulator 2000 gives you a glimpse as to what it's really like to fly a plane. Also be sure to check out the great looking airports that are perfect representations of their real-life counterparts, no small feat considering there are over 20,000 you can land at.
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