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Where can I find a pilatus porter for FS2002?

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I just read an artical in 'Computer Pilot Magazine' about mountain flying. In it, the author says he likes to do his mountain flying with FS2002 in the Pilatus Porter. I checked the file library here and could not find one. Anyone know where I can download it from?Thanks,

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A pay version is supposed to be available soon from FSD.http://www.fsd-international.com/There was a version for FS2000 with a beta upgrade for 2002 but the files are not available for download any longer.That's the story as I know it.

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Thanks for your replies,I guess I will have to be patient and wait for FSD to work their magic. I went to the FSD website and they have pictures of the new one they are working on, Looks great! It is a float plane. Can someone tell me if they are planning creating a wheeled version also?Thanks,

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The FSD Porter will have retractable landing gear built into the floats. It will be worth the wait.

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Phil, do you happen to know if the Seneca V is still going ahead? That preview's been on the site for ages!

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Mark,To be honest, I haven't heard anything. I believe that the priority is the Porter for now. It may be best to post your question in FSD's forum. Although it is intended for support only, I feel that someone there could answer the question better.

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