During the course of your flights, it continuously monitors the parameters of your aircraft and transfers the results to the passengers in...
During the course of your flights, it continuously monitors the parameters of your aircraft and transfers the results to the passengers individually - potentially affecting their happiness, stress levels and in turn their overall satisfaction rating towards you as a pilot.
Additionally, you are required to instruct the cabin crew to perform various duties at the correct times during the flight - tasks such as arming and disarming doors, ensuring the cabin is secured and taking seats for landing are all monitored to ensure that you keep your passengers and crew as safe as possible during all phases of your flight.
Passengers and crew are randomly generated before each flight starts, and the aircraft layout is accurately simulated based on what you're actually flying so that the experience is authentic and timed correctly - for instance, it takes a lot longer to board a Boeing 747 than it does an Airbus A319, and there aren't as many toilets available on the latter.
In-Flight Services such as hot drinks, meals and alcohol are all available to serve to the passengers, but just remember not everyone likes the same foods - and if you're flying "enthusiastically" eating might be the last thing the passengers want to do...
At the end of each flight, you receive a report which judges your overall performance (including how well you landed!) which is then stored in an archive.
You can use the archive of your flight history to show your average statistics such as landing rates, favourite airports, average passenger satisfaction and share your statistics with the wider flight-simulation community.