Aerosoft CRJ for MSFS Video Tutorial Series

A brand new video series is being put together by YouTuber Flyer0245 which focuses on the upcoming Aerosoft CRJ for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The new video is an extensive first look at the aircraft during the first few safety checks from a cold and dark aircraft state.

Flyer0245 takes us on a deep dive into some of the systems and how they can all interact with one another. He takes us through the electronic pages, hydraulics, warnings and much more.

Whilst we don’t usually share videos like this from content creators, this is the first time we’ve seen such a detailed look at the jet aircraft for the new simulator. This video will be part of a long-term project where Flyer0245 will take users through operating the CRJ.

Aerosoft has been previewing the Aerosoft CRJ for many months now and this video adds to the extensive range of previews we’ve already seen. We know that the Aerosoft CRJ for Microsoft Flight Simulator will release for €42.00 (plus any local VAT). Those who then want to buy both the 900/1000 models will be able to then buy the additional package for an extra €16.75 (plus any local VAT). If you can’t wait to learn more about the aircraft, the first volume of the manual is already available to download and read through in preparation for the release.

The Aerosoft CRJ for Microsoft Flight Simulator will release through the Aerosoft store and the Microsoft Flight Simulator Marketplace once the aircraft is ready. If the CRJ isn’t of interest to you, why not take a look at the Aerosoft Airbus series being developed for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Thanks to Niels for the tip.

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Aerosoft Confirms Pricing for CRJ for Microsoft Flight Simulator

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Following on from the recent previews of the Aerosoft CRJ for Microsoft Flight Simulator, Mathijs Kok has confirmed the pricing for the aircraft add-on product when it does eventually release.

It has been confirmed that the product will be split into two different packages. The first package will be the CRJ 550/700 had will cost €42.00 (plus any local VAT). Those who then want to buy both the 900/1000 models will be able to then buy the additional package for an extra €16.75 (plus any local VAT). It is made clear that if you want to fly the CRJ 900/1000, you will need the ‘base’ CRJ 550/700 package installed. It was also confirmed that the 550/700 will release first.

Mathijs also confirmed that the product will only be sold via the Aerosoft store and also the Microsoft Flight Simulator Marketplace. Aerosoft wants the aircraft release in both stores as soon as possible, but the availability of it being in the store will come to to “how fast Microsoft can handle it”.

As a reminder, beta testing for the aircraft will happen in a few days, and then a release won’t be too far long afterwards. You can see a range of detailed previews and even more information in our previous post.

Thanks to CoffeeCup in our Discord for giving us the tip.

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