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All aircraft are free now.

 

http://www.irissimulations.com.au/ols/

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Incredible, thanks!

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Thanks for the heads up.

Wondering, why?


Bryan Wallis aka "fltsimguy"

Maple Bay, British Columbia

Near CAM3

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1 hour ago, 1st fltsimguy said:

Thanks for the heads up.

Wondering, why?

Why not? At least 2 of the aircraft are in P3Dv5. Many times thru out the years, Iris has made their products free to own and distribute.

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4 hours ago, 1st fltsimguy said:

Thanks for the heads up.

Wondering, why?

To those flightsimmers out there who've been affected by the horrendous COVID-19 outbreak, and following in the footsteps of other industry leaders, IRIS is making all our products free of charge until 1st June 2020. 

As some of you may know, I consider myself fortunate to remain in work outside IRIS and can work remotely. Many of you cannot, and many have lost jobs, family members and are 'doing it hard' as it were.

If the smallest thing I can do is offer some escapism using our products to those who can no longer afford what now is a luxury item, then it's the least I can do.

In closing, remain safe, keep using social distancing and abide by the laws and rules of your country to save others.

~David & Karen.

The IRIS webstore is available to you all. 
http://www.irissimulations.com.au/ols/

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An exceptionally generous gesture at this very difficult time - thank you!

Bill

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14 hours ago, Graeme Wright said:

To those flightsimmers out there who've been affected by the horrendous COVID-19 outbreak, and following in the footsteps of other industry leaders, IRIS is making all our products free of charge until 1st June 2020. 

As some of you may know, I consider myself fortunate to remain in work outside IRIS and can work remotely. Many of you cannot, and many have lost jobs, family members and are 'doing it hard' as it were.

If the smallest thing I can do is offer some escapism using our products to those who can no longer afford what now is a luxury item, then it's the least I can do.

In closing, remain safe, keep using social distancing and abide by the laws and rules of your country to save others.

~David & Karen.

The IRIS webstore is available to you all. 
http://www.irissimulations.com.au/ols/

Some of us would love to try the PC-24. Please make it available. 

Thank you for your generosity and God bless.

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I think the PC-24 became un-purchasable a little while back, though others here may know more on that for certain. But there's been a few other classic Iris aircraft that I'd noted have quietly gone out from circulation as well over time.

David did reply to the topic linked below earlier last year, within which he explained how times had changed upon starting with LM. So I'm not sure if if it's all intertwined with that and the subsequent decisions they had to make or not.

Maybe he'll chime in on the forums or Facebook at some point and answer it all directly for you.

Edit: I should've checked before hand. Though I see he has answered a couple of comments on Facebook recently, saying "None of the Pilatus branded products are available currently." No additional elaboration on that though I'm afraid. So you might guess as to whether it's IP related with Pilatus, or maybe even COI with LM as well. But it's just stabbing in the dark really.

 

 

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Added note on Facebook responses

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This is very generous, thank you. I have "bought" a few planes, including a trainer. About time I learned the basics lol!

 

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19 hours ago, Graeme Wright said:

To those flightsimmers out there who've been affected by the horrendous COVID-19 outbreak, and following in the footsteps of other industry leaders, IRIS is making all our products free of charge until 1st June 2020. 

As some of you may know, I consider myself fortunate to remain in work outside IRIS and can work remotely. Many of you cannot, and many have lost jobs, family members and are 'doing it hard' as it were.

If the smallest thing I can do is offer some escapism using our products to those who can no longer afford what now is a luxury item, then it's the least I can do.

In closing, remain safe, keep using social distancing and abide by the laws and rules of your country to save others.

~David & Karen.

The IRIS webstore is available to you all. 
http://www.irissimulations.com.au/ols/

Amazing gesture. Outstanding!

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Hi,

I d/l the Iris T-6a Texan II from Iris website and tried to install it into P3Dv4.5 HF3 by pointing it to this folder and after completion, I can't find the plane anywhere.

I installs the docs and a paintkit into Simobjects folder but nothing else that I can locate. I indicates it is for P3D v2,3 no mention of V4.

Not sure what I am doing wrong??? Anyone has it installed and working in P3Dv4???

Thanks.

 


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Helmut Berger

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41 minutes ago, helberger said:

Hi,

I d/l the Iris T-6a Texan II from Iris website and tried to install it into P3Dv4.5 HF3 by pointing it to this folder and after completion, I can't find the plane anywhere.

I installs the docs and a paintkit into Simobjects folder but nothing else that I can locate. I indicates it is for P3D v2,3 no mention of V4.

Not sure what I am doing wrong??? Anyone has it installed and working in P3Dv4???

Thanks.

No need to reply, I figured it out was looking in the wrong folders, nice airplane, thanks Iris.

Thanks


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Helmut Berger

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I’ve used the A0, PC12, T6 and the transporter in P3D 4.5 HF3 no problems, very nice they are too.

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