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Carenado C340 for X-Plane Released

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Just noticed it has been released.  I dont have it yet, Im stuck at work, just thought Id put it out there.

 

Rob

 

 

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I'll be getting this one for sure.


Is it done yet? When will it be released? Will it be freeware or payware? How much will it be? Any updates on the progress? Will it work for FSX? What's the minimum requirements? Can I be a beta tester?

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Stunning as always, I might get it too. I wonder how many people work at Carenado?

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Great release indeed, I'll be buying my copy very soon.

 

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Alexander Colka

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It indeed looks good but I wish they would patch their Baron and others to V2 (64bit) standard before releasing more offerings.  It's probably a totally different set of employees or section within Carenado  but I'd like to use what I already have just the same...


RE Thomason Jr.

 

 

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Any early reviewer on board?

 

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Alexander Colka

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Another excellent release from Carenado. I've bought it. Stable flight dynamics. The weather radar is functional (important in X-Plane 10, not in FSX). NAV1/NAV2/COM radios are tuned through GPS. Good sounds.


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+1

 

And a very good support. With the GNU/Linux version I had a little problem with the avionics.lua file ("Lights" instead of "lights" line 168). Dan gave me the solution within a few minutes.

 

I posted pictures here, my 1st flight:

http://forum.avsim.net/topic/413399-cessna-c340-ii-by-carenado/

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It's a good plane and typical Carenado style -- so no systems depth, but certainly a visual beauty, and flies fine. Pressing the OAT button on the digital clock reveals a small bug, where the OAT displayed there is not correct, but other than that, everything seems good.


Mario Donick .:. vFlyteAir

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Beautiful Aircraft,Sounds are fantastic too.


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Patrick

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That is beautiful. Might have to buy. No problems with lua crashes in 64 bit?


i7 6700K, GTX1080, 32GB DDR4 RAM, X34 3440x1440, Ruddy girt big mug of Yorkshire Tea

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