PMDG Previews DC-6 for MSFS

PMDG, has previewed the Douglas DC-6 Cloudmaster, for Microsoft Flight Simulator. PMDG released the DC-6 back in 2016 for X-Plane 10 and then later in 2017 for FSX and P3D v3 and 4. The preview…

PMDG Previews DC-6 for MSFS

PMDG, has previewed the Douglas DC-6 Cloudmaster, for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

PMDG released the DC-6 back in 2016 for X-Plane 10 and then later in 2017 for FSX and P3D v3 and 4. The preview of the aircraft within MSFS comes in the form of a new Facebook banner for the PMDG Facebook page.

The Douglas DC-6 Cloudmaster first flew in February 1946 and was primarily used as a post war airliner and later converted for use as a cargo transporter despite being initially commissioned for military transport use. Around 15 DC-6 aircraft are still operated by cargo companies around the world but mainly around Alaska and in Africa. One of the most famous airworthy aircraft belongs to the Flying Bulls of Red Bull. 

No further detail was published alongside the preview screenshot but we will keep you updated with any further developments.

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