I have a meeting this afternoon with an Oculus Rep to discus exactly this. I am in Austin for Christmas and the Oculus tech reps are in town and working on Christmas eve. wow. I participated in a VR demo yesterday at the Microsoft Store. They had 5 different VR units in the store but was pushing the Dell Visor model with very basic stuff. The operator said he has never heard of Aerofly FS2.
It sounds to me like the new Oculus Core 2.0 beta with Dash is a big step in the right direction for using VR with flight sims. I will ask about opening, sizing and moving pdf files while in an active flight. Also how to store and have ready for use things like Approach Plates, Thrust Tables, Tutorial Flight data.
It sounds like we can have the FSWigets Flight Charts and Flight Plans displayed while in an active flight. Now, that would be a neat way to get started in VR.
Surely the home screen for Aerofly FS2 can be adapted as part of the Oculus Home screen and arranged to take advantage of the Touch controllers. The swipe and touch just seems automatic.