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FlyJSim Boeing 732 TwinJet v3 Review

Oh oh, that was a bit more work to test and write then expected, but it was worth every minute as well as the product itself. Your personal reporter and investigator Angelique van Campen, took the time to review the FlyJSim Boeing 732 TwinJet (737-200 Classic) version 3.0, fully optimised for X-Plane 11.

According to Angelique “During my review years I’ve seen, tested many commercial aircraft, but this is one of those aircraft that has realism at an unbelievable high level. After testing the FlyJSim 732 for many hours with X-Plane 11, I can only conclude that I’m a happy simmer.”

Anything else to tell you? Oh yes, when you like reading a comprehensive review, then relax, sit back, take a cup of coffee, tea or something else since this review is over 10.000 words!

X-Trident Panavia Tornado Review

That took a bit more time to investigate all the features of the X-Trident Panavia Tornado for X-Plane 11, but our dedicated reviewer Andy Clarke succeeded in this task. The end result is a comprehensive review of the Tornado for X-Plane 11.11+.

According to Andy “This is a highly realistic and complex model providing a great experience whether the user intends to take off and enjoy the flight or operate the model at its highest level of realism. The model is created in detail and is visually impressive as well as having a large number of systems available in both the pilot’s and co-pilot’s cockpits”, but Andy has so much more to tell you. Curious what he has to say?

Then you must read his in-depth Tornado review. Enjoy the reading and comments are always welcome.

Wilson Classics Tristar L-101 Review

Your personal reporter Angelique van Campen is pleased to offer you her ins and outs of the Wilson Classic Lockheed Tristar L-1011 for X-Plane 11.

According to Angelique “the aircraft still need a couple fo upgrades, the overall look and feel is absolutely a Lockheed Tristar. The package offers two models; the short and normal version. Further on, a manual is included as well as a paint kit. When you love historical aircraft, then this is perhaps something for you.

The review covers for the moment no xCIVA (INS) implementation. Although xCIVA should be compatible with the release of X-Plane 11.11, it not officially implemented in the L-1011 X-Plane model, but with the next update this will hopefully the case. Angelique has decided to leave it out of this review. The next update will also have a functional F/E (Flight Engineer) panel, so there’s a lot to come. Don’t worry … the reviewed L-1011 has a lot to offer.

Curious what Angelique has to say about this Lockheed package? If you are, then I suggest that you follow this comprehensive review link and enjoy the reading.

Toronto Pearson Int. Airport Review

We’re pleased to offer you Andy’s in-depth CYYZ Toronto Pearson International review.

According to Andy “This is a highly impressive model with great attention to detail and a real effort to deliver a huge project as accurately as possible.”

Andy continues “The model works well whether being used simply as a place to takeoff and land, with the runways realistically following the real thing, or whether using the extended facilities with ten runway options and nearly 200 ramp starts available. The airport can be enjoyed in many different aspects and with many different aircraft types and those areas still under development in the real thing have working sites and detail which makes the pilot wary of FOD!”

But there’s so much more. On behalf of Andy I encourage you to read his comprehensive review.

Carenado Dornier DO228 Review

A new day, a new challenge …. our dedicated reviewer Andy Clarke had a thorough look into the Carenado Dornier DO228 100. And, did Andy like the model, did Andy had any issues or was it all over a great dedicated X-Plane 11 add-on?

According to Andy “The model is very impressively created, both inside and out, with high levels of detail throughout. Most of the controls and dials in the cockpit are modelled to be functional, allowing the pilot to use the aircraft at increasing levels of complexity and authenticity. The experience is further enhanced by highly realistic and varied sounds for all aspects of the model, including the passengers in the back waiting for the aircraft to be started.”

And, Andy continues “The developers have clearly worked very hard to produce a high quality model which appears highly similar to pictures of the real aircraft. The flight characteristics also reproduce the qualities of short take off and landing, flexibility and adaptability that the real aircraft is renowned for.”

Want to read the whole review? Then you must check out his comprehensive review. Enjoy!

VSkyLabs Tecnam P2600T Review

Your personal reporter Angelique van Campen drove all over to Italy to see, feel, and fly the latest VSkyLabs Tecnam P2600T aircraft. Although this model is only for X-pLane 11.10 and up, it was worth the drive and testing.

According to Angelique “I won’t say that I’ve covered all of the VSkyLabs Tecnam for X-Plane 11.10, but I’m quite sure most of it is discussed. For some reason, the review is longer and more complex then expected. I found it fair to discuss both the analog and G1000 cockpit layouts.”

“The models itself are the same, so no further comparison is needed. And it was worth the time and flying. There’s still some work to do, but as JetManHuss from VSkyLabs is saying .. we’re still improving the model”.

Curious what Angelique has to say? Then you should read her in-depth review here at X-Plained.Com.

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