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Any GA Turbines?

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Hi, Does anyone know of any high quality multi engine turbines out their? Something like a KingAir. I do not mind if it is payware but I really would like quality like dreamfleet or Fly2!'s king air. Thanksric

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I hear Lago's Twin Otter is good if you like highwing workhorses. I'm thinking of this one myself. Also, I see absolutely nothing wrong with Barry Blaisdell's (Premier Aircraft Design) twin otters - he's made a very respectable panel to go with them - and all free of charge. I used to fly in these (in real life) a lot in northern Manitoba. They are quite an a/c. Not exactly greased lightning though, but definetly STOL, so they're great for short/rough strips. Barry has made an amphib version too, which is fun!Also, the Cheyenne 400 is quite a decent payware plane - if you want a bit of a steep learning curve - very fast plane. It has a good VC, but I prefer 2D cockpits any day.I'm sure you'll get lots of responses to this post.Adam

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Thanks, could you post links so I can find out more about the products?cheers

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The Cheyenne is one of the best FS turboprops ever built IMO. You can't go wrong with her.Ken

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Hi Ric,There is a very nice DHC6 (Twin otter) here in the file libary, it is by Eric Dante, its GMAX (I think) has a nice 2D panel and and nice Virtual cockpit, and best of all it's free.You also might like the mitsubushi MU-2 from united sim design's, again it has a virtual cockpit but the 2D panel is aliased to the default Baron, but again its a nice plane adn it's free.Dan.

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There is also an MU-2, at www.simubuild.comI like it for something in between say, a 421 and a Citation in speed...-John

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