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If the flight dynamics are designed by Bernt, for sure they'll be second to none, but I'm afraid he didn't move to the Dark Side 🙂

The MilViz C310 was probably one of the best GA twins ever designed for MSFS.

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Flight Dynamics for this bird were done by Rush (aka Alan Shafto).

 

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Ah! Ok, thanks for the clarification "Milviz"... I just hope he didn't make it in a Rush.... 🙂

BTW: The aircraft looks gorgeous in the shots, and I look fwd for the comments from users regarding performance and accuracy. But looks like a great add-on.

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Will it also be sold at the Org? I prefer to buy from one place.

Waiting for some user reviews/opinions...

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We would, in all honesty, prefer that you buy direct from us.  It gives us all of the cash.  Vendors take a pretty large chunk of it.  

 

Recommended to ALWAYS buy direct, if you can.

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3 hours ago, jcomm said:

If the flight dynamics are designed by Bernt, for sure they'll be second to none, but I'm afraid he didn't move to the Dark Side

He did temporarily. He designed a few payware FMs for x-plane 10 and he designed complete airplanes like the HFB Hansajet  and a MD87 for xp5 a long time ago. 

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Bernt is, afaik, (and I spoke to him recently) out of the biz permanently.

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I don't think so since he e.g. released a new (P3D only) FDE for the Carenado PC-12 less then a month ago.

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So any opinions? She is a little bit pricey and i already own the XA 310. So please post your opinions and appetizers (screenshots).

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As a small part of the original beta team, one of whom owned the aircraft, this is probably the best 310 you'll ever find.

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2 minutes ago, olderndirt said:

As a small part of the original beta team, one of whom owned the aircraft, this is probably the best 310 you'll ever find.

Is it better than the P3D version (which I own and enjoy) would you say?

cheers

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6 hours ago, Milviz said:

We would, in all honesty, prefer that you buy direct from us.  It gives us all of the cash.  Vendors take a pretty large chunk of it.  

 

Recommended to ALWAYS buy direct, if you can.

As long as the developer continues to allow me to come back and download without restriction in the future, then I'll buy from the developer, otherwise I go to SimMarket or the Org which do not restrict.

Milvis does not restrict downloads, so all of my Milviz aircraft are bought right from their website, including this one.

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What's nice about buying directly from Milviz is you get any updates right away, no waiting for other dealers to update their site. 

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13 hours ago, jcomm said:

The MilViz C310 was probably one of the best GA twins ever designed for MSFS.

"Is" not "was"

 

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8 hours ago, jon b said:

Is it better than the P3D version (which I own and enjoy) would you say?

cheers

It's the same plane only now with turbo-charged engines in an X-plane version.  There is a 'Redux' version for FSX/P3D which is an upgrade of the original and this is an XP version of that.

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OK, bought her. Really nice work! 

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Now i hope MilViz will also bring their helicopters to XP (Chinook please!!)

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42 minutes ago, jt8d9a said:

OK, bought her. Really nice work! 

So you were flying at dusk, and now likely at night. You should definitely check out the advanced cockpit, panel, and instrument lighting that is incorporated into this model.  If it is the same in xp as in fsx it is top notch to say the least!

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nope, i don´t fly at night. But i will try it 🙂

Meanwhile a nice appetizer for those who are on the fence: 

 

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I really hope Milviz will bring their helicopters to XP, since XP is a much better platform for helicopters than P3D. Nice to see that a quality developer like Milviz have made their jump over to XP. Keep it up! 🙂

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6 minutes ago, NorwegianAviator said:

I really hope Milviz will bring their helicopters to XP, since XP is a much better platform for helicopters than P3D.

SInce Rush has the same wish, I think this is more than likely, if the plane sells.

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The MD530 is coming for XP... and probably the Totter as well (everyone else hates it when I call the Turbo Otter that....)  We're also looking at the ATR.  That one's a hard maybe.

We will see.  

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4 minutes ago, Longranger said:

SInce Rush has the same wish, I think this is more than likely, if the plane sells.

I really hope so. XP is the future. Unless LM starts to seriously do some heavy improvements on their P3D platform, it will slowly die out. It will be very interesting to see where XP is at in 12 months from now 🙂

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