• QualityWings Ultimate 787 Collection For FSX


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    QualityWings, one of the industry leaders in flight simulation, in partnership with Flight One Software has officially released The Ultimate 787™ Collection for FSX.

     

    The Boeing™ 787 Dreamliner™ is a tech marvel of aviation. Using advanced composites, fuel efficiency, new electrical designs, and new engine types, the 787 ushers in the future in aircraft design. You can now experience this airliner in FSX (soon to be available for P3D).

     

    This product is an officially licensed product from Boeing™, and QualityWings has left almost no stone unturned in covering the vast array of features of the 787.

     

    Choose between highly accurate and detailed models that include the 787-8, 787-9 models (the 787-10 is planned). Based on hundreds of drawings, photos, and videos, the exterior models replicate every small detail of the real airplane. Differences between each variant - such as for the main landing gear - are modeled in great detail. In addition QualityWings has made sure that material reflectivity, aircraft lights and animations closely resemble the real aircraft. There are over 100 Custom animations on the exterior models.

     

    The advanced virtual flightdeck of the 787 has been painstakingly rendered in super-high detail with differences in the 787-8 and 787-9 flightdeck modeled. Included are comprehensive aircraft system simulations that cover the FMS with SIDS/STARS, fuel balancing function, realistic RR and GE engine models with matching EICAS indications, HUD, Electronic Flight Bag, Airport Display System, and a whole lot more.

     

    The advanced sound system includes two incredibly realistic sound packages for the GE and RR engine variants. All sounds were recorded on the real airplane and include environment sounds that will immerse you right away.

     

    Choose from over 65 high quality real-world liveries, available for download free of charge from the QualityWings website.

     

    Increase your immersion even more with the QualityWings Passenger Alerting System (QWPAS) which offers an authentic passenger announcement experience and the QualityWings Crew Alerting System (QWCAS) - your Virtual Captain and First Officer.

     

    The FSX version is now available from Flight1.com

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    I'll buy this 787 so fast when it is released for P3Dv4... :ampun:

    I am going through the new 787 Training that is offered through Angle of Attack right now and expect I'll be very comfortable with this aircraft when it is released for me to buy.

    It's a real beauty.

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    1 hour ago, signmanbob said:

    I'll buy this 787 so fast when it is released for P3Dv4... :ampun:

    I am going through the new 787 Training that is offered through Angle of Attack right now and expect I'll be very comfortable with this aircraft when it is released for me to buy.

    It's a real beauty.

    P3Dv4 version is a long way off. On the QW forum they said they haven't and wont even begin looking at P3Dv4 until they have the FSX version bug free. So Expect a very long wait. 

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    1 hour ago, YukonPete said:

    P3Dv4 version is a long way off. On the QW forum they said they haven't and wont even begin looking at P3Dv4 until they have the FSX version bug free. So Expect a very long wait. 

    Yes, I can understand that.  It has been a very long wait for this 787 as it is, but for me, having it released for FSX is like not having it at all, so I'll just have to keep waiting.

    My FSX has been parked in the Mohave Desert for about a year now.

    Which is not really so bad because I have plenty of outstanding aircraft to fly while I wait, and I'll be studying along with Angle of Attack 787 training, so that I'll be ready for it when it is finally released for v4

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    Congratulations for this release.

    Looking forward to multi crewing this aircraft soon and adding it to the MCE supported fleet.

     

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    Sales must be dismal for the FSX release as there is hardly any chatter in the forums!

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    Not much chatter but plenty of bugs.. It can't follow LNAV and like all other qw planes, it cannot execute a hold or depart a hold. lol sad.

     

    I remember trying to get the 757 to hold properly a wpt. not happening. so im thinking they fixed it with this one right.. well no.. same .... -- -..

     

    ironically enough the crj that AS rushed out also cannot really hold LNAV correctly. its the new trend in simming.. where lnav is just a suggested feature :)

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    They did a fantastic presentation at Flightsim 2017 at RAF Cosford. Product looked good.

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    Lot of bugs, and in my machine, elevator locked after engines up to takeoff... im always R.T.O...

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    I have had a very pleasing experience so far with this add-on. I also don't suffer from some of the little things others are experiencing and hopefully a future fix will address those.

    I'm new to the 787 so I'm still reading manuals, but I've been simming 20+ years, and this thing performs absolutely fantastic on my 5 year old PC. I feel as if QW made yet another step towards being a study-sim developer, although IMHO the 787 already qualifies as such. It's an absolutely beautiful rendition with tons of functionality. I would by it again without a second thought.

    Cheers,

    Pete

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    Hotfix solved some issues. Saitek flaps work but have to reverse the reverse axis that functions on PMDG and all other AC. Had OOM on flight from KDEN to KPHX but both are flightbeam scenery. Made it to the gate though and shut down engines before the final crash. Will be better in Prepar3d when avail. Im rarely flying FSX since big into Xplane 11 now. Just had to try the 787. Beautiful sounds and mostly smooth frames on my old 2500k at 4.6gz along with a 1070 GTX.

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    guys, just remove RAAS. that will save you 200mb of vas. its annoying anyway.

     

    all you need to do is stop it from running in the dll.xml file

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    For those Interested:

    Prepar3D Version 4

    As we previously mentioned, our priority is to wrap up the issues that we have on the FSX version of this product and then we will have a stable post release product to move into the current Version of P3D, which as of October 10, 2017 is P3D V4.1.

    A popular question over the last week has been “If I purchase the FSX version of the product, will I receive any discount on the upcoming P3D version?” Customers who purchase the FSX version will receive 50% off the cost of the P3D version but this offer will expire 2 months after the release of the P3D version. After that time period, the FSX and P3D versions will be separate costs (69.95 USD each). But this shouldn’t be a big deal...all we keep hearing is that FSX is dead ;-)

    Thank you for your patronage and helpful feedback on the forums.

    Your QualityWings Simulations Team

     

    http://qwsim.flight1.net/forums/qualitywings-787-status-update-hotfix_topic7658&FID=46&PR=3.html

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    1 hour ago, Boomer said:

    50%...excellent and well done.

    I hate fsx now but tempting regardless.

    I just installed fsx se! its temping me like hell lol I'm trying not to pull the trigger yet but its hard lol.

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    I re-installed FSX-SE the other day, so I'm going to pull the trigger on this version tonight.

    50% is worth flying it for a few weeks/months to be at home with it when it is released for P3Dv4, even though I'll be sending this version to the Mohave Desert scrap yard after that.

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    50% off is not worth the hassle of installing FSX-SE  I probably wouldn't even do it at 75% off! I will just wait for P3D version. Even if its a year or more away. So be it.

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        I have FSX with all the bells and whistle's and I know Steam and P3D are a "little" better.  However just to completely stop using FSX right now just seems ridiculous to me.  You have spent all this time getting ALL the add-ons and ALL the tweaks and so on.....you have it all figured out and getting the best of things just the way you want it coming in just under VAS limit....ya life is good right?  Wrong!  Here comes the new guy on the block (P3D) and you guys just up and leave FSX and put up with 1/20th of the add-ons?  Ya I don't get it.  We are really at the Golden Time for FSX.  I'm not saying don't mess with P3D, I mean I have had P3D since its first release but I still have my FSX machine with all the hundreds if not thousands of dollars I have spent on everything sitting here ready to go.  I didn't chuck my comp out the window and just ONLY have my 1 machine for P3D.  All I can say is you guys are really missing out of a sweet add-on.  I mean it's imo PMDG "like" built as far as quality, but its just done in a different way.  I can't explain it.  I can just tell you that this plane is tied for first in my collection with PMDG 777 and is terribly addicting.  It really does suck that a lot of you are going to have to wait a while......and I mean a while......for this to be in P3D.  As for us FSX owners, DAMN!  I'm glad I saved my FSX computer.  Sorry for the long rant, cheers.

      

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