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Aeroplane Heaven have FINALLY released the Sabreliner!
https://www.aeroplaneheaven.com/product_sabreliner.php

This looks interesting.

 


 

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Thanks for sharing. 

Again also for v5....great to see this. 


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Holy macro, I almost flew one of those in the late 90’s but weather got in the way and so did the opportunity. I’m really curious about this old lady, but I’m afraid I don’t know enough about the developer. 

Any early feedback would be appreciated 😎

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I flew on one 2 or 3 times about 10 years ago.

 

Couldn’t have been happier to be back on the ground haha.

 

But I’m intrigued if the model/systems are detailed and the reviews come back positive.  Another business jet is always welcome.

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With all that great work, did they add a windshield rain effect?

Also, is that a GNS430 I see?  I wonder if that's the RXP or Flight1 GNS430?


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Company that I used to fly for had the first Sabreliner, serial number 3.  Purchased in 1963, the contract was signed on a demo flight from STL to TEB and back.  The company's then current airplane was a Convair 440 nicknamed "Tin Cow".   The company was Pet, Inc, based in St. Louis.  Remmert-Werner in St. Louis made a name for themselves converting old WW2 military aircraft for the civilian business aviation market. North American had no experience in marketing aircraft to the civilian world, so they contracted with Remmert-Werner to market the Sabreliner them.  Nearly every corporation in St. Louis that owned a transport piston business aircraft transition to Sabreliner.  This was all several years before Bill Lear delivered his first Lear 23, the so-called "first business jet". 

I've had a chance to fly all models of the Sabreliner, so I'm looking forward to testing this one out. 

Rich Boll

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Richard Boll

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What the Sabreliner can do in the hands of a "good pilot":

 

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1 hour ago, CaptKornDog said:

I flew on one 2 or 3 times about 10 years ago.

 

Couldn’t have been happier to be back on the ground haha.

 

But I’m intrigued if the model/systems are detailed and the reviews come back positive.  Another business jet is always welcome.

They were built like a tank


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3 hours ago, richjb2 said:

Company that I used to fly for had the first Sabreliner, serial number 3.  Purchased in 1963, the contract was signed on a demo flight from STL to TEB and back.  The company's then current airplane was a Convair 440 nicknamed "Tin Cow".   The company was Pet, Inc, based in St. Louis.  Remmert-Werner in St. Louis made a name for themselves converting old WW2 military aircraft for the civilian business aviation market. North American had no experience in marketing aircraft to the civilian world, so they contracted with Remmert-Werner to market the Sabreliner them.  Nearly every corporation in St. Louis that owned a transport piston business aircraft transition to Sabreliner.  This was all several years before Bill Lear delivered his first Lear 23, the so-called "first business jet". 

I've had a chance to fly all models of the Sabreliner, so I'm looking forward to testing this one out. 

Rich Boll

Wichita, KS

That may explain why, for many years (and maybe still) there was a large Sabreliner facility a little north of me, at Perryville MO (KPCD) airport.   It's only about 70 nm south of St. Louis.


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I've never purchased a Aeroplane Heaven product before. Anyone have anything to say about this group?

The screen shots look quite nice.


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38 minutes ago, RichieFly said:

I've never purchased a Aeroplane Heaven product before. Anyone have anything to say about this group?

Good models, good texturing, systems usually pretty good, often with some innovative features, but not super-duper 'study level' (TM). If you have any Just Flight add-ons, a lot of those were made for them by Aeroplane Heaven. They've got a ton of experience in making stuff.

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Thanks Chock.

I'm getting closer to a impulse buy by the minute. 

I remember seeing these beauties all over the Southwest (last century.)


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I don't have the thing myself, but I think for just over 30 quid, it's probably worth having.


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the product page mentions P3D v5.0.....does anyone know if it will work with 5.1?


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I would be astonished if it does not work in v5.1, since it has only just been released. I would be interested to see a detailed video of this plane in action, as it looks rather neat.

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