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The L-39 will be the first module to fully implement the new shared cockpit feature of DCS 2...  Yippee!!!!

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L-39C Available now:
 
http://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=2494466&postcount=1
DCS: L-39 ALBATROS NOW AVAILABLE!
 
DUXFORD, UK, October 1st, 2015 – DCS: L-39 Albatros Open Beta Now Available!
 
 
The L-39 Albatros is a low-wing, high-performance jet aircraft that doubles as a trainer and light attack aircraft. The Albatros was developed in Czechoslovakia in the 1960s to replace older L-29 jet trainers. Powered by an Ivchenko AI-25TL turbofan engine, the L-39 has a top speed of Mach 0.80, a service ceiling of 11,000 m (36,100 feet), and can pull up to 8 G. Although primarily used as a trainer and light attack aircraft, the L-39 has also become popular with several aerial acrobatics demonstration teams.
 
Being a trainer aircraft, the L-39C has a tandem cockpit with the student in front and the instructor in the back. The instructor has several controls to mimic system failures to test the student. The L-39C also has two underwing pylons for bombs, rockets and close range air-to-air missiles. For decades, the L-39 was used by nations around the world to train pilots that later went on to fly aircraft like the MiG-29 and Su-27.
 
A later evolution of the L-39 was the L-39ZA light attack aircraft. The ZA adds two additional weapon pylons and a center pylon to mount a gun pod. The ZA has proved a popular choice for low-intensity conflicts. The L-39ZA will be available later during the Open Beta.
 
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Key features of the DCS: L-39 Albatros:
 
Professional Flight Model that accurately mimics the performance and flight characteristics of this legendary trainer
Highly detailed, six-degrees-of-freedom (6 DOF) cockpit
Interact with cockpit controls with your mouse
Fully modelled weapon systems
Accurate L-39C and L-39ZA models with correct country markings
Detailed modelling of the L-39 instruments, weapons, engine, radios, fuel, electrical and hydraulic systems
Fly from either the front seat or back seat
Planned cooperative multiplayer in the same aircraft (not available at release)
 
Please note that DCS: L-39 Albatros requires the newly released 1.5 Open Beta version of DCS World. You can download the DCS World 1.5 Open Beta here: http://www.digitalcombatsimulator.co...ds/world/beta/
 
About DCS World
 
Digital Combat Simulator (DCS) World is a free-to-play digital battlefield, focusing on military aircraft simulation. It includes a FREE TF-51D and an Su-25T attack aircraft. DCS World includes a vast mission area of the Caucasus region that encompasses much of Georgia - the location of the 2008 conflict. Further maps will be available in 2015. Additionally, DCS World includes: 
 
Powerful mission and campaign editors 
Multiplayer 
Massive inventory of air, land and sea combat units and weapons 
Advanced AI 
Fast mission generator 
Dynamic weather and seasons 
Training missions 
Mission replay system 
Pilot logbook
 
This exceptionally detailed and realistic world simulation engine guarantees an engaging, real-world combat experience in this flashpoint region. DCS is a true "sandbox" simulation that can and will cover multiple time periods using many types of aircraft and ground vehicles. DCS World allows both realistic gameplay and more casual play styles to suit the player. 
 
Download DCS World for free from: www.dcs-world.com

 

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L-39ZA available to download
 
http://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=2681809&postcount=15
L-39ZA of DCS: L-39 ALBATROS NOW AVAILABLE!
 
 
 
A later evolution of the L-39 was the L-39ZA light attack aircraft. The ZA adds two additional weapon pylons and a center pylon to mount a gun pod. The ZA has proved a popular choice for low-intensity conflicts.
The L-39 Albatros is a low-wing, high-performance jet aircraft that doubles as a trainer and light attack aircraft. The Albatros was developed in Czechoslovakia in the 1960s to replace older L-29 jet trainers. Powered by an Ivchenko AI-25TL turbofan engine, the L-39 has a top speed of Mach 0.80, a service ceiling of 11,000 m (36,100 feet), and can pull up to 8 G. Although primarily used as a trainer and light attack aircraft, the L-39 has also become popular with several aerial acrobatics demonstration teams.
 
Being a trainer aircraft, the L-39C has a tandem cockpit with the student in front and the instructor in the back. The instructor has several controls to mimic system failures to test the student. The L-39C also has two underwing pylons for bombs, rockets and close range air-to-air missiles. For decades, the L-39 was used by nations around the world to train pilots that later went on to fly aircraft like the MiG-29 and Su-27.

 

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