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Milviz Show Off First Glimpse Of Their King Air 300

Milviz King Air 300 FSElite

While we’ve seen a lot of the King Air 350i recently, something we haven’t seen yet is anything of it’s older(?), much more simple brother; the King Air 300 featuring steam gauges!

While it’s not too much to see, the aircraft is already looking good and customers who pre-ordered the King Air all those years ago will get it absolutely free. More news as we have it.

 
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Actually, we only call it the KA300 so that the devs don’t get it mixed up…

It’s actually a 350 with the EFIS 85 panel, rather than the 300.

@John Moore

‘Just tune in a VOR and follow it’? In KA? Oh dear…

Why is it ‘more simple’? More likely it’s more challenging with less ‘fancy’ avionics. Anyway, lack of understanding or knowledge aside, this one looks MUCH more interesting then the 350i.

The 300 was/is a rocket ship. Along with the Aeroworx King Air, this looks like a must have for KA’s.

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I was more referring to the difficulty of development, and the lack of a PL21. Providing you know how to fly, and I’d hope you would if you’re in a KA, it really doesn’t get more simple than tuning in a VOR and following it.

Has anybody tallied the number of new developments Milviz has announced? It’s getting kinda ridiculous, though who am I to whine?