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Flysimware Learjet 35A Early Access RELEASED!

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Happy Holidays all! Flysimware has now released the highly anticipated Learjet 35A as an early access! 

I've been a part of the Beta team for the last few months now and the amount of work that went into this project is incredible! Hats off to the team!

Enjoy!

https://www.flysimware.com/FLYSIMSTORE/home/130-flysimware-learjet-35a-msfs.html

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Early access? lol

ok. Shopsite offers only minimal info. I'll wait. thanks.


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Instant buy, been waiting for this one since MSFS came out. P3D version was a superb product, and judging by the C414 FSW have only got better since..

 

G

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Can’t get the store to drop a copy into my cart. (Yes, I have account).  Anyone have any clues?

EDIT:  NM.  Discord explains original uploaded file got flummoxed  will be available again once replacement file is uploaded 

TIA,

-B

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3 hours ago, ThomseN_inc said:

ok. Shopsite offers only minimal info. I'll wait. thanks.

Very little information, no description of what systems are simulated and to what degree, are the flight modes all properly simulated? What are future development plans, as it is early access? Is all that is missing a manual and tutorial? There are no screenshots of the interior, which is pretty strange and makes me wonder about the quality of the texture work.  All support seems to be Discord only, which for me is a heavy strike against purchasing.  It is an interesting aircraft with some 500 still flying but the developer has made virtually no effort to help me decide if it were something I would actually enjoy. This is a pass for now anyway.


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Had time for a very quick look at it - seems absolutely amazing, going be a handful, especially for those not already familiar with the aircraft. 

Such hard work from the team to get it out today - much appreciated !!

 

G

 

Edit: @Cognita & @ThomseN_inc I take it neither of you have the C414 ?? Or had the Lear in P3D ??

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It’s been 10 years now since my first FSW purchase and 5 since buying the Lear 35 for P3D.  Based on past purchases from them, I am excited to get their Lear 35 back in the sky. 
 

FSW also did a demonstration preview via Discord that is available on YouTube.  
 

The developer has always been responsive to fixes, tweaks and feature-adds.  The system depth on the previous Lear was excellent along with the modeled ‘quirks’ of the RL aircraft.  
 

…should be a fun ride!

 

 

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Going by the C414 launch and progressive updates, i have no issue buying this aircraft. their track record speaks for it's self. 

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The gentlemen not even consider it necessary to show some photographs before asking for money -  world is going nuts …

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3 hours ago, Cognita said:

Very little information, no description of what systems are simulated and to what degree

here you go:

real Lear 35 is yours for a whopping $ 65.000

"The Learjet is a wonderful airplane, but it isn't a particularly easy plane to fly, the margin between controlled flight and uncontrolled is very thin."

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18 minutes ago, PTI139 said:

The gentlemen not even consider it necessary to show some photographs before asking for money -  world is going nuts …

Eh what?

No-one posting here is from FSW, they've done plenty of stuff on their Discord to show what they are putting out as Early Access.

They've also got a well deserved reputation for producing quality add ons, including this Lear in a previous sim. They also patch issues, as anyone with their C414 will know.

If there isn't enough out there yet for you, then wait a couple of weeks and I am sure there will be plenty on YouTube showing it.

G

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26 minutes ago, Republic DC9 said:

I’m severely tempted based on the Youtube video I watched and the quality of my C414, but wish I could see some of the liveries.

There's only 2 or 3 at the moment, although more are apparently going to be added. No bother for me as long as my VA does their livery....

 

G


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Flysimware is legit and very well established developer. I wouldn't worry their product to become abandomware or low quality 

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I recall their C414 was also released I to “early access”, I think calling it “ongoing development tweaking based on customer feedback” would have been a better name as it was very complete and great to fly early on.

Not sure if it’s the same case here but it’s likely a safe bet.  I’d buy it but I’ve bought so many aircraft in the last month (and will buy the A300 soon), I need some more time with my existing hangar.

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