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New easter egg found in Google Earth - Flight Sim!

[ I Bid ]

Wanna fly a flight sim in Google Earth. Here is how:

Step 1: Download the latest Google Earth, yes this is v4.2 with the ability to view the sky as well as the earth. (I had version 4.0 and this did not work)

Step 2: Fire up Google Earth and wait for it connect.

Step 3: Press CTRL-ALT-A for windows users.

Step 4: Choose an aircraft and an airport. (Or fly from the current location)

Step 5: And fly.

It is very difficult to fly using the keyboard but it does have joystick support!

The image is of OR Thambo International Airport in Johnnesburg South Africa.

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