FlightFactor Previews Boeing C-32

FlightFactor has shared some new 3D renders on their Twitter page of an upcoming expansion to their popular Boeing 757 package. The renders show the interior of the Boeing C-32, complete with luxurious chairs, folding…

Posted: 01-Oct-2019 @ 14:05z
FlightFactor Previews Boeing C-32

FlightFactor has shared some new 3D renders on their Twitter page of an upcoming expansion to their popular Boeing 757 package. The renders show the interior of the Boeing C-32, complete with luxurious chairs, folding tables and even a work table that seems to feature some equipment (phone, headsets). The team stated that the C-32 won’t be pay-ware.

Boeing has only built a limited number of C-32 planes, which are all in use by the United States Air Force. The aircraft is often used to transport high ranking United States government members, as well as the First Lady of the United States.

The announcement by FlightFactor on Twitter was met with mixed reactions. Though the developer stated that this C-32 was being developed due to customer demand, some commenters would have rather seen the developer focus on other projects, such as the Boeing 777 and the Airbus A350.

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