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How are you getting along with the King Air?  - I too was going to suggest the Cessna 337, but I'm a little late to the party.. :) 


Mark Robinson

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38 minutes ago, stripealipe said:

Not sure if it falls into the GA category (excuse my newb ignorance), but i love flying the Twin Otter by Aerosoft. Really fun to fly and has some really nice repaints too.

GA is generally anything that isn't flown commercially or military/government.  The Twotter was/is mostly if not entirely flown for-hire, so it wouldn't usually be GA.

OP, I, too, would recommend the Vertx DA-62. If you're not interested in following proper procedures, you can go from cold and dark to in the air inside of 5 minutes, including taxi time. If at some point you want to go deeper, you can. It's decently fast for a piston twin, and it's absolutely gorgeous. It has very few weaknesses, and most of them are in the advanced/very advanced realm that you wouldn't be interested in anyway.

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31 minutes ago, bean_sprout said:

RealAir Lancair V2 if you could buy it.

Cheers

 

Yep one of the best add-ons...likely not for sale anymore though

I'd recommend a Carenado add-on to just get in and go.  Try the Mooney Ovation.  It's pretty fast and will support GTN 750.  Otherwise if you're willing to spend a little time get the A2A Bonanza

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With the A2A GA fleet you can always disable "accu-sim" on the menu and add to that the "auto-start" function. So it could be get in and go.
But if by "easy" you mean less or close to none complexity simulation, Carenado is the way to go for sure.


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Two nice twins are the Alabeo Seminole and the C421..

The Seminole is a light twin trainer, the C421 a corporate biz-twin piston.

The GTN 750 would be a very welcome addition to either or both :smile:


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I prefer the RealAir Duke Version 2...not the turbine (although I like this plane too).  I use the Duke as my default plane and love the movement of the cockpit when starting it (very realistic shake), and I also love the plane's handling.  Faster and still very controllable.

Stan

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4 hours ago, spilok said:

I prefer the RealAir Duke Version 2...not the turbine (although I like this plane too).  I use the Duke as my default plane and love the movement of the cockpit when starting it (very realistic shake), and I also love the plane's handling.  Faster and still very controllable.

Stan

But no longer available for sale, as best I know.. :blush:


Bert

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dear all, thanks for your many suggestions and ideas! that's great, I will checkout the planes you recommend

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