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Flight1 ATR 72-500 for FSX: Ready for Take Off!!!!

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Yes!!!Here you can find the free upgrade :--)))))http://www.flight1.com/products.asp?product=atr1A warm thanks to the Flight1 team.The airplane is beautiful and no fps hit at all :-)Guys, you rock!!!:-beerchug


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Guest nigel28

no FPS hit at all!? Are you sure about that. The fs9 version was quite the frame hog. I cant imagine that the FSX version wouldnt be the same.

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did they fix the night lighting in the VC? They claimed they couldn't unhook the dome lights to the landing lights or make the vc cockpit dark with only gauge backlighting in FS9.

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Guest JIMJAM

WOWMan its nice to see some of the fs2004 classics again.A big THANKS from a longtime customer.Lets see, Baron,Lear 23,727, uuumm. I will take em all.

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Thanks for that update...I downloaded it and checked it out and copied over my old liveries...and it all seems good so far.Manny


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Guest thx1137

It probably depends on where your systems bottleneck is. I have aicraft the some claim 'no FPS hit at all' and can demonstrate a large FPS hit depending on the aicraft. In the cities I fly I still get ~24 fps normally with my worst FPS affected aircraft so it isn't a problem for me but flying the default planes (on rare occasions!) I can get around ~40fps.In my old system with FS9 there was a much smaller difference between the default 737 and the PMDG for example.I have been looking forward to the ATR though!

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Thanks so much to Flight1 and Hans Hartmann (the dev) for giving the upgrade to us for free! This only increases my loyalty to Flight1 and/or Hans Hartmann's design house. Looking forward to buying more interesting products from them.Cheers,Siggy


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One of the best FS9 planes and my favorite by far. Thanks guys!


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Hello Guys !Important at last for me..Is the FSX Version and therefor the model file usingall the new stoff from FSX ?? ( bump , specular maps ect. )Any answer would be nice...cheersMario G

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