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Milviz DHC-2 Beaver

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Looking good! I wonder if Milviz have taken over the Aerosoft Beaver Extended project. Mathijs Kok: "Please, please please Milviz, get these Beaver nuts off my back!" :lol:

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Looking forward to a Miliviz quality Beaver.

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Following this their MU-2 and KA 350i with great interest as well!!

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Super excited for this! If I'm not wrong, this is the first bush plane they're doing. The 737-200 looked great in it's gritty, beat-up state and I'm sure they'll give the Beaver an even better "treatment".

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Long overdue for a high quality DHC2.

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Thank's God it's Milviz and not Carenado that will bring out the Beaver

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According to Milviz' posts at Sim Outhouse, they've asked Rob Young (of RealAir) to do the flight dynamics.  Good news if so (and if he accepts the invitation).

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It would be cool if they would do an Otter extension.

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As of last week it sounds like the Beaver may be the next Milviz release!  (on their Facebook)

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Looks like old news, last post and photos were in June 2015.  No idea how long this will take, although I will certainly buy it.  I am still flying the Aerosoft BeaverX, that and the TwinOtter Extended are the two bush planes I fly. I have no idea how big the team is; they just released another military aircraft.  Not my type, and I am still waiting for my KingAir 350i, so based on experience the DHC-2 will be next year or longer  :Hmmmph:

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Looks like old news, last post and photos were in June 2015.  No idea how long this will take, although I will certainly buy it.  I am still flying the Aerosoft BeaverX, that and the TwinOtter Extended are the two bush planes I fly. I have no idea how big the team is; they just released another military aircraft.  Not my type, and I am still waiting for my KingAir 350i, so based on experience the DHC-2 will be next year or longer  :Hmmmph:

 

Not old news..

 

Feb 20 - See screenshot...

 

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According to Milviz' posts at Sim Outhouse, they've asked Rob Young (of RealAir) to do the flight dynamics.  Good news if so (and if he accepts the invitation).

Perhaps they could ask Mr Young to look at their king Air while he.s at it,they seem to need a lot of help with that add on

Peter

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Cool! I really enjoy their C310 and Baron B55. Though it might be a little hard to justify as I already have the Aerosoft version. An Otter would have been even more interesting and different.

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Would not be hard to justify for me.  The Milviz Beaver looks 100% better!.

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Feb 20 - See screenshot...

The OP link to the 3 pictures is from June 2015, hence 'old' news  :smile: The Feb 20 post says 'probably', so I will see it when it's here.  Civilian projects from MilViz don't come often, seeing the series of recent releases by them all on military aircraft.  Heck, I am still waiting for my KA 350i, which I prepaid more than a year ago.  The company prioritize efforts on where the sale comes from, one can only hope that they see the beaver as a very good seller to work on it  :Cuppa:

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The Milviz version looks head and shoulders better than other efforts to me.

 

Not surprised they've tackled this as it does have a history of military use in addition to all the continuing bush usage today of course.

 

Amazing planes.

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