The instrument panel and adjacent controls consist of a large 27” touch screen and linked physical dual concentric knobs that allow you to touch any instrument or avionic and by physically rotating the knobs, you will be rotating the corresponding control knobs on the screen.
In addition there are several physical controls that include throttles, prop, mixture (with a full vernier and/or locking mechanism), flaps, elevator trim, parking brake, fuel selector and shut off and dual headset plug in interface unit that connects real world aviation headsets to the PC for communication with AI or actual ATC cloud based controllers.
The radio stack is a near replica of a typical stack found in general aviation planes. It consists of a Garmin 530 Nav/Com moving map, audio panel, KN155 Nav/Com, transponder, and autopilot. The control buttons, knobs and display lights are a faithful reproduction of the real world avionics that they emulate.