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Private Jets Suggestions

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Hi folks

 

What are some of the suggested private jets to get, preferably ones with good FMC style navigation. Or just good nav systems.

 

Thanks :)

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How about the Carenado Phenom 100? I can't tell you about the Nav systems, but she sure looks good!


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Flight1 Cessna Mustang ( good G1000 simulation ), or Carenado S550 Citation + Flight1 GTN 750  ( a bleeding edge project, but nice.. )

 

http://forum.avsim.net/topic/460222-gtn-750-intergration-in-mfd/


How about the Carenado Phenom 100? I can't tell you about the Nav systems, but she sure looks good!

 

Nav systems lacking..


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The only decent acft with fms and systems is the now dated ES Citation X. The F1 Mustang takes navigraph too but it's G1000-based and it's pretty hard on your PC because of the glass.

 

There's no great option out there. ES apparently is making a new C560 but it could be a while.

 

Carenado is working on a Hawker jet with Navigraph compatible fms but no ones sure when it will be available


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Carenado is working on a Hawker jet with Navigraph compatible fms but no ones sure when it will be available

 

I really want this one to turn out well, but I have my doubts that Carenado have the coding ability to pull it off.

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I agree but one can hope right?


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Wouldn't the TurbineDuke V2 by Real Air be classed as a Business Jet ?   Looks brilliant from the reviews so far.  It will be V2 compatable soon enough. 

 

http://www.realairsimulations.com/duketv2/info.php?page=duketv2_overview


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Um, nope! If any aircraft have propellers, they ain't "jets" no matter that a turbine is used to turn the prop!


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ERJ-145 by Feelthere is the airline version, not the business jet version, but it is probably almost the same in the cockpit.  I think it compares well with some of the business jets.

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If you're not too hung up on the FMS, the Lionheart Lear 24 is a lot of fun and my current go to for privte jet flights.


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ERJ-145 by Feelthere is the airline version, not the business jet version, but it is probably almost the same in the cockpit.

 

Great call, It is what I mostly fly these days given that the Avionics are the same as the Citation X except with the Feelthere you can actually complete a flight*

 

*Your milage may vary but the Citation locks up at 70nm every flight for me.

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