Make Flying With FS More Exciting

The Flight Data Recorder (Black Box) or Flight Analyzer makes flying more fun. After your landing you still have fun from the flight when you look at the results.
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This FS Utility does the Following:

  • quickly change the settings of MSFS/P3D/FSX/FS2004, such as time, date, fuel, weight, traffic etc.
  • you can choose to set in one click the time and/or date to the sytem time.
  • one click for full fueltanks.
  • easily and quickly change the payload.
  • when there's to much or low traffic, quickly change it.
  • in one click you start a failure sytem, such as gear, flaps, engine, fuel leak, etc.
  • in one click you freeze the time, so you can fly in a for everlasting sunset.
  • runway detecting system to see which runways are in use.
  • it has a Flight Data Recorder (Black Box), see below Flight Analyzer.
  • when flight analysis is finished you have the report in PDF format.
  • the report is automatically saved in the logbook.
  • automatically pause FS when you are in a certain distance from the destination, you can set the distance from 1 to 900 Nm. It also pause FS when Overspeed or Stall occur.
  • load a flight.
  • load a flightplan.
  • or make verry quick a new flightplan
  • reload a flight in one click.
  • reload a flightplan in one click.
  • quickly look in one screen all your settings: Graphics, Aircraft, Scenery, Weather and Traffic and change them.
  • when flight analyzer is finished FsQC saves your flight automatically as 'FsQC last Flight' with the Airport ICAO, City and Country, so you can see where you are and continue the next day or hour. Example: 'FsQC last Flight -LFPO- Paris, France.FLT'

Flight Analyzer:

Flight Analysis or the Flight Data Recorder starts monitoring the flight at the moment when you begin taxiing. It gives you huge information such as:

  • takeoff- and landing -weight
  • takeoff roll in meter and feet
  • separate fuel consumption for taxi, climb, cruise and descent
  • When landed you see the amount of fuel left and the remainig flighttime.
  • maximum banking in flight
  • with which speed you using the flaps and gear
  • when you put autopilot on or off
  • vertical speed at touchdown
  • reverser set after landing
  • which speed you cancel reverser
  • bouncing at landing
  • after landing a flight report is generated and automatically saved
  • and lots of more
  • see also pdf file

After landing you can evaluate your flightperformance with the flightreport.

Landing Analysis:

Forget the P3D, FSX & FS2004 'Flight Analysis', with FsQC landing analysis you see really what's happening in your landing. With the landing analysis chart you can evaluate your landing, you can see how your plane behave at 3 Nm. from the runway to touchdown. There is a lot of information such as:

  • power settings
  • speed
  • pitch
  • vertical speed
  • altitude
  • callout heights
  • decision height
  • wind at aircraft
  • distance to touchdown
  • glideslope
  • terrain height
  • idle set
  • autopilot on or off
  • autospeed on or off
  • revers thrust
  • landingroll

Flight Chart:

Now from version v6.19 you can evaluate your flight as never before, the entire flight in a graphical Flight Chart. Also here is a lot of information about the flight such as:

  • power settings
  • speed
  • pitch
  • vertical speed
  • bank
  • course
  • altitude
  • gear
  • rudder
  • flaps
  • spoiler
  • AOA
  • G-force
  • wind at aircraft
  • distance to airport
  • terrain height
  • autopilot on or off
  • autospeed on or off
  • overspeed
  • stall
  • 250 knt speed limit

Pilot Logbook:

    This logbook records every flight when landed and parked.
    In the Satistics Window you will find the Top 5 visited Countries, Cities and Airports.
    It counts all landings, total fuelburn, total payload, count all different departure and destination airports, total flight and taxi hours, total traveled distance, etc, etc.
    For each successful flight, a record is stored with the following data:

  • Flight Number
  • Aircraft
  • Departure ICAO
  • Destination ICAO
  • Distance
  • Fuelburn
  • Flighttime
  • Landingroll
  • Verticalspeed at touchdown
  • Landingspeed
  • Departure time
  • Arrivel time
  • Detailed wind information at touchdown
  • Time and date
  • The flight reportfile
  • Remain fuel and time
  • Bouncing at landing
  • Stall
  • Overspeed
  • Payload

  • In every record you can see the Flight Report File generated by FsQC, when double clicked it opens the file, so you can quickly find your desired report file.

Flight Planner:

This is very handy when you use your favorite flight planner, fill in only:

  • ICAO departure (already filled in by FsQC)
  • ICAO destination
  • Cruise altitude

    The flight planner calculate the cruise altitude, distance and magnetic course. The cruise altitude is calculated according US flight rules, you can ofcourse change de cruise altitude if you want.

    The random flight planner is very handy, fill in only:

  • Distance
  • ILS must be avialable or not
  • Minimum runway length
  • Runways must have a hard surface or not
  • Direction of flight north, west, south, east

    After you click the button 'search' a window will popup with all information about that airport.
    You can choose this airport as destination or not and search again.

    Also you can see the 5 nearest airports from you aircraft.
    Click on the ICAO for information about that airport.
    You can choose this airport as destination or not.

    Screenshot Flight Planner

Failure System:

Failure system is random, it calculate the kind of failure and then calculate the time when it must occur. After the first failure occur it calculate a new failure and then the time when it must occur etc. etc.You can set the failures up from 1 to 10 and set the time between 1 and 1200 minutes.
Kind of ailures:

  • Heading indicator
  • Attitude indicator
  • Altitude indicator
  • Verticalspeed indicator
  • Airspeed indicator
  • Pitot
  • Flaps
  • Engine failure for 4 engines, only 1 engine can fail.
  • Fuelleak for 3 tanks, left, center and right, only 1 tank can leak.
  • Gear failure for nose, left or right, you can make it work again, think about manuevring. For Instance: try touch and go for the nosewheel.


FsQC has a Built-in GPS logger included with Waypoints, after the flight is finished you can look at your flight in Google Earth.

  • You can turn on or off this option. See Manual
  • You can choose 1 track or 3 tracks.
  • After the flight is finished you will find the log file in the Flight Reports / GPX folder.
  • You can load this file in Google Earth. Look here for a short video for an impression.
  • After you load the file in Google Earth you will find the track(s) in the temporary folder.
  • Also Waypoints are recorded such as Auto Pilot on or off, Flaps, Landing Gear up or down etc, etc.

CFG Settings:

  • You can quickly look to your cfg settings in one screen: Graphics, Aircraft, Scenery, Wheather and Traffic.
  • You can save different setting files.
  • The advantage of this is that you can load a cfg file for a certain scenery before the sim is loaded.
  • This feature is only available for FSX.

Limited Working:

FsQC is limited, you can only fly maximum 180 nm. from Greece Irakilon, LGIR, and maximum 180 Nm. from Greece Athene, LGAV. So you can test FsQC thoroughly and decide if you want it to activate, and then you can fly where ever you want.  When you are not in the limits, the program warns you with a message.


When activated, the program runs only on the computer where it was activated. You can easily change this when you want it running on another computer. You can change this for maximum 10 times. So when you buy another computer there's no problem at all. When activated all future updates are free of charge.

Reset Activation:

When you run FsQC on another computer you get a message that it can only run on 1 computer, when that happens you must reset the activation, this is verry simple to do.
Go to the activation menu reset with your email and license key, follow instructions given by the program, within 1 minut it's done.


For more easy use, run FsQC on another monitor. The best way is to run FsQC on a second PC or laptop where FSUIPC-WideClient is running in the same network where P3D/FSX/FS2004 is running. This require FSUIPC-WideFS registered.


Computer with XP or higher with internet access, flightsimulator P3D/FSX/FS2004 with FSUIPC installed, you can download FSUIPC FREE from the internet. If you run FsQC on a network computer (not the computer where P3D/FSX/FS2004 is running) you need to register WideFS in FSUIPC.
For XP users look here

Landing Chart

Much information on the landing Chart: ...more

Pilot Logbook

Much information in your Pilot Logbook:

Flight Analyzer

Much information from Taxi to Landing and Parked...more