Flysimware Announces Beechcraft Sierra C24R as their Next Aircraft

The developer behind the Cessna 414AW Chancellor is hard at work on a new aircraft.

Following the release of the well-received Cessna 414AW Chancellor for Microsoft Flight Simulator, Flysimware is back with the project they’re working on next.

On their Discord server, they confirmed that they will be working on the Beechcraft Sierra C24R for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This decision was reached as the aircraft is the “most documented aircraft [they] can get at this time.” This also benefits the community as they say it will also mean it will be a “study level product.”

In terms of features, the team said it will have an analogue cockpit with choices of G3X / G5 / GTN750 / GTN 650 combo and the GFC600 autopilot.

No other information was shared at this time, but we’ll be keeping a close eye on the information.

Featured image sourced from Hangar67. Not an in-sim image.

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