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A smooth flight from Redlands CA to Santa Barbara

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1 hour ago, MindYerBeak said:

Is this the upcoming  aerobask jet ? When will it release ?

 

Thanks

The aerobask falcon will have three engines, this looks more like a Challenger Jet - anyone know who this add-on is made by?

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Leading Edge Simulations?


DCS  2.5 - P3DV4 - XPlane11 - IL46 BoX - FSX - Windows 10 64 bit - Corsair One i140 - i7 9700K 3.6Ghz - nVidia GeForce TRX 2080 

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Looks like the Ddenn Challenger but the livery seems new to me. 


Hans Schmitz

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2 hours ago, MacSalisbury said:

The aerobask falcon will have three engines, this looks more like a Challenger Jet - anyone know who this add-on is made by?

https://store.x-plane.org/Bombardier-Challenger-300-v2-Captain-Edition-XP11_p_749.html

Skin

https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/61901-n880cm-challenger-300-dden/

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Nice! Second from bottom looks real.

John

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Thanks haha...  Our sims could use some bizjet love.  I'd love to see the Eaglesoft C750 in the new p3d, and the upcoming Hotstart Challenger in xp11.  Heck I'd love to see both of those in the new Msfs.

This ddenn was originally released for xp10...had a few updates and still looks pretty dang good in xp11.

The FMS is the stock xp11 but otherwise it's a fairly system rich addon and it's a pocket rocket!


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| i7 4790K@4.4GHz | 32GB RAM | EVGA GTX 1080Ti | ASUS Z97-Pro | 1TB 860 Evo | 500GB 840 Evo Win10 Pro | 1TB Samsung 7200rpm | Seasonic X750W |

 

 

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39 minutes ago, ryanbatcund said:

Thanks haha...  Our sims could use some bizjet love.  I'd love to see the Eaglesoft C750 in the new p3d, and the upcoming Hotstart Challenger in xp11.  Heck I'd love to see both of those in the new Msfs.

This ddenn was originally released for xp10...had a few updates and still looks pretty dang good in xp11.

The FMS is the stock xp11 but otherwise it's a fairly system rich addon and it's a pocket rocket!

Ryan,

Thanks for posting these picks. I have the same version. V2 does look good and I like that the dev is always looking to improve it.

Jose

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Stop it, Ryan. I can only afford ONE sim with all the addons! 🙂

 

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2 hours ago, rightseat said:

Stop it, Ryan. I can only afford ONE sim with all the addons! 🙂

 

This!

Great shots, I wish this was available for P3D.


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9 hours ago, rightseat said:

Stop it, Ryan. I can only afford ONE sim with all the addons! 🙂

 

XP11 & ORBX TE are a match made in heaven. I have not stopped using XP 11 since I took advantage of an ORBX sale. I started with TE Washington and have not looked back. Using GA aircraft is actually a challenge. It's much more realistic than P3D and I never thought I'd ever say that!

Now if I want to explore tropical destinations, nothing beats P3D v4.5 with photo sceneries and payware airports. P3D v5 will eventually replace v4.5, but I still need shader tweaks and some devs to update their airports.

Having both sims for me has been worth the time and financial investment.

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