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Seriously if you don't have this yet you should get it now for cheeaaap!

 

http://www.x-aviation.com/catalog/product_info.php/take-command-saab-340a-p-100

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Thank you for that tip! Was looking for an offer yesterday but there was none. Time to finally pull the trigger on this one.


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I took advantage of many deals. This one probably trumps them all!

 

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Probably the best XP10 aircraft out there

 

I love how NAV2 can drive the autopilot - something I wish FSX /P3D could do


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It's probably the most advanced aircraft add-on ever designed for X-Plane.

 

The IL-14 by Felis being another reference too ...

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I'm not home but I bought the Saab and will have to wait until I get home to fly it.  Great to see it on sale!


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a small advise for all of you coming onboard the saab 340.

 

When you set the condition levers for take off, move them forward until the MAX detent, do not overshoot them to the end of its travel which is Q/M and you will have no torque for take off and the aircraft will refuse tu climb.

 

hope this helps.

 

this a study level sim, and managing all of its systems properly takes time, reading and practice.

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Manuel Merelles

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Sounds great Manuel. I love the Majestic Dash 8 in P3D so was looking for something similar in X-Plane


Barry Hicks

 

From EGFF to YSSY

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Ill add my recommendations for the Saab 340.   Its simply awesome! I've had it since the last update and its pretty much all I fly now. I'm generally more into the GA stuff, but this plane is just so much fun with amazing depth, its hard to put it down. The quality is amazing!!

 

I have bought a lot of planes that I fly 2 or 3 times and then put them down, never to be used again, This is NOT one of them.

 

If you can get it on sale or not, just get it! You wont regret it. Its a great value even at full price. At the sale price, its a steal!

 

Rob

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Only issue I have with it, is the dual condition lever setting is kinda funky, and sometimes my throttle will be stuck in reverse, and won't come out. Don't know how to find a fix around that just yet! If anyone has any of the same issues with a work around, let me know!


-Chris Crawford

-ATP/MEL

- B737 / B777 / B-727 / EMB-145 / LR-JET

 

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