On this page you find a selection of screenshots from the FMS II layouts. Yu won't find any and all layouts included in FMS II, but those presented here should give you an idea how FMS II looks (and feels).

Clicking on the thumbnail pictures will bring up a new window and show the screenshot in actual size. (Big pics are20-60 kbyte)

If you want to see every detail of FMS II, download the PDF manual, and check out the demo.

FMS Main screen FMS II Main screen
This is the main screen of FMS II. Actually there has been already clicked on "Flight records" wich brings up the submenus.
Pilot data record
Pilot data record
FMS II lets you define as many pilot identities as you like. This way it is easy to separate different flight activities.E.g., define a pilot for the virtual airline jobs, one for recreational dogfights and one for training purposes
Preflight section
The preflight section
Before you enter your virtual cockpit, go to the preflight section of FMS II and file a flight plan. The flight plan may include as many waypoints as you like. And you can plan a flight easily thanks to the lookup functions in FMS II.
Flightplan
The flight plan
FMS II prints you an easy to read flight plan for your trip. It calculates automatically bearing and distance between waypoints and looksup the nav frequencies.
Debriefing section
The debriefing section
Once you are back on the ground (and still alive), you come back to FMS II and debrief your flight. Revise flight plan (if nescessary), add arriving airport and weather data, the landing tech and success and attach your debriefing notes.
Flight record list
The flight record lists
FMS II shows you the list (searchable) for all your logged flights ina a condensed list or an extended list with more details.
Flight record list
Trip description
The trip description section
FMS II lets you add screenshots and extensive notes for all your flights. This way you can document your flight in great detail, and even with visual help.
The statistics section
Because FMS II is based on a database model, it has easy and powerfull options to compile statistics of almost any kind. FMS II provides a set of predefined stats, you can easily query your own.
FMS airport database
The airport database
FMS II features a searchable database of more than 11000 airports with detailed runway data. You can enter your own airports or attach user data to existing airports.

Near nav aids (VOR/NDB/ILS) are listed automatically in the airport detail layout.

There's a simple approach plate included, too.

FMS II displays you a condensed list of the selected airports.

airport detail
airport list
nav aid database
The nav aid database
FMS II features the complete nav aid data set of X-Plane. Thus you can plan your flights based on XP data. FMS II makes it easy to lookup near nav aids, fixpoint data or airports.
fix point database
The fixpoint database
FMS II features the complete fixpoint data set of X-Plane. Thus you can plan your flights based on XP data. FMS II makes it easy to lookup near nav aids, fixpoint data or airports.
aircraft database
The aircraft database
FMS II features a comprehensive database of aircrafts. We are constantly adding new aicrafts and you get the additions for free on our web page. Each record has most of the acf data included (values like vso, vne, vfe etc, weights, wing data (including airfoils) and much more).
Flight planner
The flight planner
You not only get a logbook when you purchase FMS II, but you get the only existing flight planner for X-Plane. FMS II calculates distance and bearing and looks up the nav frequency automatically. You just lookup the nearest navpoint (NDB,VOR, ILS, GS, fixpoint) and plan your flight.
Pathfinder
The Pathfinder
Are you lost, somewhere in the rather flat world of XP ? Pathfinder is a small tool that lets you calculate the bearing and distance to any given point. Simply select the location you are now, the location you want to fly to - and the Pathfinder displays you bearing and distance.
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