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Carenado C90 GTX KING AIR, Coming Soon

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Yes it looks pretty good, but Carenado already have a C90B King Air. What will be different about this one?


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Yes it looks pretty good, but Carenado already have a C90B King Air. What will be different about this one?

Well that's true,   maybe visual and system improvements.

 

Looks different from the original C90,    are them big monitors Garmins ?

 

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There going to attempt a Proline 21 in this rig, good luck! Milviz has been working on the Proline 21 in their upcoming KA 350i and have stated it's turning out to be a little more difficult than originally thought!

 

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There going to attempt a Proline 21 in this rig, good luck! Milviz has been working on the Proline 21 in their upcoming KA 350i and have stated it's turning out to be a little more difficult than originally thought!

 

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Martin

Milviz is going for full functionality, Carenado is going for a basic mostly eye candy setup. No comparison.

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It will be interesting to see what the differences are. The original, which I have, is a decent flyer with Avidyne and Garmin displays (small). The new rig is BIG screens, and the change in frame rate will be edifying. 

 

No comparison on the textures - the new one almost looks real!


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If it's based on their other PL21... well...

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If it's based on their other PL21... well...

I have to agree with you on this point lol

Their Hawker PL21 suite is not sweet.


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I don't doubt the big sales

 

Skin deep eye candy

 

I'm through with and C or A purchases.... The same bugs over and over

 

But to keep my post from seeming "bashy," yes, it looks nice


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I've already got 3 Carenado King Airs that still have to be fixed properly, why do we need a fourth which undoubtedly is full of bugs, like always and on top of that with glass panels, which we already have from Flight1 and Milviz. I'd rather see Carenado finally fix their earlier King Airs, so I can finally start using what I already payed for.


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It is a little odd they are doing another King Air, perhaps they plan on using a lot of parts from their previous KA 90  :wink:

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I'm not so much looking forward to this as looking straight past it.  :fool:

 

 

 

Carenado/Alabeo must be made to learn the lesson - no more of this under-prepared, overpriced tat. :hi:  

 

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