New 787 Shots Appear on QualityWings Website

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Update: We’ve noticed a few new things added the to feature list we figured you would find interesting. Specifically, some features QualityWings told us about during Flight Sim Con 2017. This includes the QualityWings JumpAhead feature and the ApproachConfig. The ‘JumpAhead’ element will allow you to literally jump to a waypoint ahead on your flight plan. This will then sync up with the simulator and then also calculate the correct fuel remaining on board. Perfect for those ultra long-hauls. ‘ApproachConfig’, as the name suggests, will place your aircraft in your selected approach and ensure you’re configured correctly to be able to practice landing the Dreamliner.

If you head over to the webpage and click on the ‘overview’ tab, you can see a whole list of features.

Original article: In what is quite a surprise, a new selection of 787 shots have appeard on QualityWing’s website. Showing off the virtual cockpit and external model. With one shot showing off what we believe to be dynamic lighting in P3Dv4. In an image teased recently, QualityWings claimed that their 787 would be releasing summer 2017. Presuming that they are basing this off of US summer. Then they have just under 4 weeks left to keep to their promise.

With these new shots being shown off, some new light is being shone and maybe QualityWings may actually meet their target.

The QualityWings 787 during dusk.

More shots after in the link. It is important to note that the 787 will release first for FSX with the P3D release following on there after. With compatibility for P3D v4 only. With the 787 arguably being one the most highly anticipated flight simulation products ever, this proves as a very good sign. If you wish to view the shots for yourself, they can be found here on the QualityWings website.


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