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RealSimGear Release DA40NG for XP12

Popular training aircraft is latest model to feature in the Take Command! line-up.

RealSimGear Release DA40NG for XP12

The latest aircraft to touchdown in the ‘Take Command!’ range, RealSimGear’s DA40NG for XPlane-12 has arrived.

The Austrian designed training aircraft features it’s very own customised Garmin G1000, a state of the art avionics display that has modernised general aviation aircraft around the world.

RealSimGear Release DA40NG for XP12

RealSimGear’s aircraft is available to purchase in a retail edition for home use, or as part of RealSimGear packages for flight-training, commercial, and FAA approved BATD (basic aviation training device) uses.

X-Aviation’s ‘Take Command!’ range of aircraft simulations represent a high level of flight simulation immersion, assuring customers of a ‘sophisticated, study sim level aircraft available for X-Plane!’

The DA40NG features a modified implementation of the X-Plane X1000, with custom engine gauges, system status information, as well as warning and caution annunciators.

Noticeably, the DA40NG features intricate modelling details, with the team claiming to have modelled ‘every individual screw and leather stitch’. The aircraft also features a custom FMOD sound pack to enhance the realism of the plane.

RealSimGear Release DA40NG for XP12

The systems of the aircraft have been accurately recreated, including the electrical system with circuit breakers and batteries having an impact on their respective components. The EECUs (electronic engine control units) are also modelled, enabling pilots to make use of the FADEC controlled engine operation.

Furthermore, the cooling system for the engine and cabin heat exchanger is also simulated. Additionally, pilots are able to fly with custom tail numbers, with registrations being generated onto the aircraft liveries in the simulator.

You can purchase a copy of Take Command!: RealSimGear DA40NG for $54.95 from their website.

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Having grown up a stone's throw away from Manchester Airport, Jordan had no choice but to love aviation and all things planes. With the help of flight simulators, namely FSX and more recently Xplane 11, he eventually muddled his way to sitting behind the controls of the real thing on a daily basis.

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