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Duchess 76

Just Flight Releases Duchess Model 76 on AeroFly FS 2

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Just Flight has released the Duchess Model 76 on Aerofly FS 2. The four-seater, twin-engine T-tail aircraft has a cruising speed of 155 knots, a range of 780 nautical miles and a service ceiling of 20,000ft. This makes it a great aircraft for long-range tours.

The aircraft has been modelled to the same standard you would expect from Just Flight, with real-world pictures as reference and advice from real-world pilots. HD Textures and highly detailed modelling have been used to recreate the aircraft within Aerofly FS 2.

In terms of systems, many of them have been custom-coded for the release on Aerofly FS 2 with engine management, an electrical system and a custom fuel hydraulic system.

You can buy it now from Just Flight for £27.99 / €34.95 / $41.99.

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