Aircraft developer Aeroplane Heaven has released their Sabreliner for Prepar3D v4/v5. Aeroplane Heaven has created a realistic rendition of this classic aircraft, which first took to the skies in 1963. The North American Sabreliner was a successful early business jet, which was then offered to the US Air Force as a Utility trainer under the appellation of T-39. The aircraft was named “Sabreliner” after its wing design, which was similar to the North American F-86 Sabre. More than 800 Sabreliner were produced between 1958 and 1982, including 200 T-39. Due to its older design and noisy engines, the aircraft is now mostly phased out, with only a handful still flying.
The aircraft product features 3 highly accurate models with various animations. Inside the cockpit, you will find a “true to real-world aircraft” with authentic textures, a professionally mastered sound pack and a large number of animations throughout. One of the standout features within the cockpit is the 3D paint faces and 3D modelled needles and pivot pins, adding realism for the older aircraft. Multiple liveries are also included with full PBR technology for a realistic look.
You can buy Aeroplane Heaven’s Sabreliner for Prepar3D v4/v5 now from simMarket for €30.57 (excluding VAT) or via the Aeroplane Heaven store for $36.95 (USD).
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