Aerosoft has released SP1 for their CRJ 700/900 aircraft released in 2017. Much anticipated by pilots who prefer short hops on regional routes, the update fixes a lot of the issues that have plagued the CRJ since release.
This SP1 update also marks the end of support for the 32-bit version of the CRJ. In a post on their forum explaining the end of 32-bit development for the CRJ, Aerosoft’s Mathijs Kok said that “the 32bit commercial market is drying up very fast and the 64bit market is rapidly developing.” He went on to say that major bugs will still be addressed but that no new functionality would be added to the 32-bit version.
The list of fixes, changes, and additions (below) is extensive, and it should be noted that the 64-bit version requires P3D version 4.3. If you originally purchased the plane directly from Aerosoft, the file can be found on your Aerosoft Instant Download page. If you purchased via SimMarket, the file will be in your downloads section.