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I've seen it and it was discussed earlier. But I would be surprised to see a new default aircraft this late in the release. Maybe the Citation is a WIP model from LES. At least one member of the LES team was (or still is) working for Laminar on aircrafts for XP11 and maybe he tested the LES model in XP11. A long shot, though.

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I've seen it and it was discussed earlier. But I would be surprised to see a new default aircraft this late in the release. Maybe the Citation is a WIP model from LES. At least one member of the LES team was (or still is) working for Laminar on aircrafts for XP11 and maybe he tested the LES model in XP11. A long shot, though.

 

I wish!  

Nah, Jim is splitting his time between Laminar and LES, and the Citation we're working on will strictly be a payware, 3rd party project. 

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As far as my informations goes, LES is working on a Citation2 with in depth systems .

The Citation we are ( most likely ) getting by default in X-Plane 11 is a Citation X wich is presented on the Aerosoft pages.

It would not surprise me, this might be the  "cherry on the cake"  in the final release of X-Plane 11, in my eyes a clever commercial move.
An excellent action to make the final release "special again" , not just the final release of something thousands already had half a year to play with.

 

picture linked from the Aerosoft-page.

 

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As far as my informations goes, LES is working on a Citation2 with in depth systems .

 

The Citation we are ( most likely ) getting by default in X-Plane 11 is a Citation X wich is presented on the Aerosoft pages.

It would not surprise me, this might be the  "cherry on the cake"  in the final release of X-Plane 11, in my eyes a clever commercial move.

An excellent action to make the final release "special again" , not just the final release of something thousands already had half a year to play with.

 

 

 

 

I was thinking the same thing - nice cherry on top for release day - very nice

 

If it looks anything like the 737 in xp11 it will be stunning

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Nice bird. Close to 3,000nm range. A mean looking machine - looks powerful.

 

I hope it is released in XP11.

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It would not surprise me, this might be the  "cherry on the cake"  in the final release of X-Plane 11, in my eyes a clever commercial move.
An excellent action to make the final release "special again" , not just the final release of something thousands already had half a year to play with.

 

Don't get your hopes up:

 

http://developer.x-plane.com/2016/12/x-plane-11-00-public-beta-2-is-here/#comment-15751

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Mr Supnik said . "not ready yet"  almost three months ago .

No need to say X-Plane 11 final release version is "not ready yet" too.

 

I really expect they will pass the finish-line simultaniously, otherwise it would not be clever to keep the presentation of the aircraft on the Aerosoftpages, without stating its most likely to come with an update in future.

Its still being presented as one of the features of X-Plane11.

People expect to find in the new sim things as presented in the promotion.

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The developer responsible for the C750 is no longer affiliated with Laminar. It's being overhauled to bring it up to par with the rest of the default fleet. You may see it for 11.0, but more Iikely it will surface during a .1 update somewhere in the 11 run.

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