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FlightFactor Release 757 v2 Professional Extended

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Just recently, some preview shots were shown off of a new update coming to FlightFactor’s popular 757 aircraft. Including 2 news variants: the 757-200F and 757-300, completing the 757 fleet range. Providing for a new diversity of routes that can be flown with one of the world’s most popular narrow-body jets.

For a price of $84.95 this aircraft bundle can be yours on the X-Plane.org store, although if you have previously owned the FlightFactor 757 v2 it is available for a price of just $20. In order to receive this update navigate to your previous 757 order page and a discount code should be present, head to this page to purchase the upgrade version.

The FlightFactor 757 v2 Professional Extended as said earlier comes with three different variants which all come with P&W and RR engines. This aircraft boasts a broad range of features including an in-built tablet aircraft management system, an accurate flight model, interactive checklists, a custom sound set and much more.

 
Mungo Spencer

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I've always had a passion for aviation from a very young age. I started simming for the first time in 2010 and have been hooked ever since. A member of FSElite since its early days, I have enjoyed being a part of the rapid growth that has taken place over the last year. Which has propelled us to become one of the largest flight simulation media sites. I look forward to the future and would like to thank you all for the continued support. | View My Specs

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Yep, lets update the old 75 instead of making a P3Dv4.1 version. Quality marketing skills.

Funny how is it sounds from your words. It’s not “importing”, it’s making the code from the scratch. 757 uses SASL plugin for its systems which does not exist for P3D at all, plus FF aren’t interested in the P3D as it’s a past gen sim, not next gen like X-Plane

Wish something existed for P3D…don’t use Xplane but now am tempted lately

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I use both sims as I enjoy flying the 757 and 767, quite a big transition to getting used to different sims. But it does become worth it.