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    CLS DC10 Collection (HD)


    CLS - Commercial Level Simulations - now bring you the DC10 collection in superb High Definition (HD) exclusively developed for FSX and P3D v1/v2.

    This LITE collection for FSX and P3D includes six passenger and freighter variants of the DC-10 from the -10 to the -40 with several different engine/undercarriage configurations.


    Features include 19 HD liveries, full analogue pilot, co-pilot and flight engineer panels, numerous 2D pop-up panels, custom aircraft views, easy-to-use FMC, highly tuned DC-10 flight dynamics, dynamic wingflex, 2D door control panel, XML landing gear animation and much more!
    The DC-10 began its flying career in 1971 and soon proved that three engines were better than two – or four! With a passenger capacity of 380 and a range of over 2,500 miles it was a revelation. Now, by popular demand, the award-winning team at CLS has produced a fantastic version of this iconic aircraft for Flight Simulator X and Prepar3D.


    DC-10 Collection HD 10 to 40 has been designed to be both very high in quality but still easy to operate, providing the highest quality of model design and textures, animations and flight model characteristics at an affordable price. DC-10 Collection HD 10 to 40 features 19 High Definition (2048 x 2048) airline liveries and four white liveries, covering six passenger and freighter variants of the DC-10 from the -10 to the -40. A highly detailed virtual cockpit features fully modelled pilot and flight engineer positions and worn textures to produce an authentic environment.


    CLS Lite range of aircraft is designed to provide top quality aircraft that are extremely high in detail but less demanding to fly than today's most complex procedural simulators. These aircraft are a significant step up from the default Flight Simulator aircraft in terms of modelling and cockpit systems, but won't require weeks of study before you can get airborne.

    Visit theDC10 collection Product Page for further information.
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