X-Plane developer FlightFactor has released the Boeing 767-400ER for X-Plane 11.
The unique Boeing wide-body jet entered service in 2000, stretching over 6 meters longer than its predecessor, the Boeing 767-300. Despite only being operated by United Airlines and Delta, the type has a range of 5,625 nautical miles, meaning the aircraft visits all corners of the globe.
The X-Plane 11 product comes with an accurate flight model tested by real-world pilots, a custom FMC and LNAV logic, and a detailed simulation of the majority of the aircraft systems alongside persistent failure and maintenance systems, meaning misuse will carry over into the next flight.
Sim pilots will also find full support of in-flight Navigraph charts, a modern 777 EFIS that was implemented in the 767-400ER flight deck and a remodelled cockpit that combines systems of the 767 with the modern avionics of the 777.
As with the previous 767 from FlightFactor, the aircraft comes with a pop-out EFB with checklists, options and PA announcements.
New 767 customers can purchase a copy for $69.00 at the X-Plane.org store. Existing customers of the 767 are entitled to an upgrade package here. Customers will also have access to the aircraft in X-Plane 12 when the simulator is released.
- Detailed and deep simulation of almost every system in the real aircraft.
- Persistent failure and maintenance system. Aircraft wear and misuse will carry over to your next flight.
- Custom Flight Management Computer, integrated with other plane systems, modern 6 screen EFIS system with MFD pages for brakes, tires, flight controls and more.
- Accurate flight model, as close as it gets to real performance. Tested by real pilots and translated to X-Plane
- Remodelled unique cockpit which combines the systems of the classical 767 series with the modern avionics of the 777.
- Fully functional terrain radar, with custom database (just like the real plane), a look-ahead warning system and many other features, weather radar that works like the real thing. Including tilt and gain functions.