Aircraft developer Carenado has updated its PA44 Seminole to version 1.2. The new update for Microsoft Flight Simulator includes just a handful of fixes and changes for owners of the aircraft. The changelog only consists of three items and is available through the Microsoft Flight Simulator Marketplace right now.
The changes for the Carenado PA44 Seminole includes a fix to the HSI CDI and glideslope indications, along with a handful of external enhancements. In addition, there has been a handful of performance adjustments to improve the overall quality of the aircraft.
Carenado released the PA44 Seminole back in November of last year and features elements such as engine and sound effects, PBR texturing and custom radio and navigation equipment. You can update the aircraft through the Microsoft Flight Simulator Marketplace or you can buy it for $29.99 USD.
- Fixed HSI CDI and GS indications.
- General external enhancements.
- Minor performance adjustments.
Update – We have made a minor change to the article to correct a mistake with the name of the product and the acronym reference.
- Default GNS530
- Custom S-TEC 55 autopilot
- Defualt KX165 NAV2/COM2
- Default BR87 ADF
- Custom BK KN64
- Default KR87 ADF
- Custom BK KN64 DME
- Default G330 transponder
- Engine and wind sound effects when opening doors and windows
- Original HQ digital stereo sounds recorded directly from the real aircraft (engine, knobs, switches, buttons and different elements)
- Realistic flight dynamics compared to the real airplane. Realistic weight and balance. Tested by several pilots for maximum accuracy
- Physically Based Rendering (PBR) materials and textures
- PBR materials authored with industry-standard used by the film and gaming industries
- Tablet interface for controlling static elements, pilots, opening doors, etc; and starting options such as cold and dark and ready to taxi