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Pascal_LSGC

Carenado PC12 coming to X-Plane

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Great news, thanks for the info.


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Great project, let's hope for the Citation next.

No joke!!

 

I really want a HQ citation in xpx

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The Phenom with a textured moving map would be on my wishlist, as we have now 3 different PC-12 versions.

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A Phenom or Citation would be great.


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I could be wrong but I guess the Citation seems more feasible because it don't have the Garmin stuff.


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LES is doing the citation... That will be superb.

 

Dan should do the Hawker instead


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Looking forward to this one, especially as it's a great $V money-earner in FSEconomy, and a good candidate for a round-the-world flight project. The models we've had to date have been okay, but not much fun to look at for extended periods.


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LES is doing the citation... That will be superb.

 

Dan should do the Hawker instead

The Citation looks to be a bit of a dog's breakfast if you believe the posts in the Carenado forum.

I hope once the creases are ironed out we get it though. The LES one I'm guessing will probably take another year or two, and if it's like the Saab, an older model with no FMS.

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The Citation looks to be a bit of a dog's breakfast if you believe the posts in the Carenado forum.

I hope once the creases are ironed out we get it though. The LES one I'm guessing will probably take another year or two, and if it's like the Saab, an older model with no FMS.

 I can guarantee you that it will NOT be another year or two for the LES Citation.  And, it will have a GPS.

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I can guarantee you that it will NOT be another year or two for the LES Citation.  And, it will have a GPS.

Good news, thanks.

Also looking forward to the Saab 1.2 update.

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The Citation looks to be a bit of a dog's breakfast if you believe the posts in the Carenado forum.

I hope once the creases are ironed out we get it though. The LES one I'm guessing will probably take another year or two, and if it's like the Saab, an older model with no FMS.

 

 

 I can guarantee you that it will NOT be another year or two for the LES Citation.  And, it will have a GPS.

 

LOL, do we appear to be THAT slow, Dave?

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New pics on Carenado facebook page !

 

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