Aerobask Further Previews Falcon 8X Cockpit

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Aerobask has shared on the X-Plane forums further previews for their upcoming Falcon 8X. The various screenshots showcase closeups of the pedestal, the autopilot, the overhead panel and gives a glimpse of the virtual cabin.

The shots of the instruments gives us hints of the future capabilities of the Aerobask Falcon such as a synthetic vision system on the PFD, and detailed aircraft systems management. The extent of the depth is not yet known. However, bear in mind that the aircraft is officially developed in collaboration with Dassault Aviation, hence a fairly advanced aircraft can reasonably expected.

Overall, the development seems to be progressing very well and the screenshots are promising.

The Falcon 8X is Dassault Aviation’s flagship and top drawer, long-range tri-jet business jet. It features a maximum range of 6,450nm allowing you to go from New York to Moscow direct without a fuel stop.

Make sure to stay tuned on FSElite for further information regarding the Aerobask Falcon 8X.

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