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Carenado C172SP Skyhawk for X-Plane 11 Announced

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In a Facebook post, Carenado has announced that they’re developing the Cessna 172SP Skyhawk for X-Plane 11 along with some previews.

From the previews, we can see that this C172 certainly differs from the X-Plane 11 default aircraft with Carenado’s G1000 avionics, custom ground aircraft objects and the ability to hide/show the wheel fairings or “pants”.

The Cessna 172SP Skyhawk is a four-seat, single prop, high wing aircraft. More C172s have been built than any other aircraft meaning the C172 is widely popular when it comes to flight training and recreational flying.

We don’t have much more information regarding Carenado’s rendition of the C172SP Skyhawk for X-Plane 11 but we will endeavour to keep you updated.

 
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FSElite First Look: Vertx DA-62

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Sean Moloney, best known for his work at RealAir, has recently returned to the flight sim world after a prolonged absence. With him, he brings a new development studio, a new product line, but most importantly, a new plane, the Vertx DA-62. From the ashes of RealAir comes Sean’s talent roaring back into life. Today, we’re taking a first look
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Vertx Flight Simulation Announces Diamond DA62 For P3D v4

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Vertx Flight Simulation has today announced the impending release of their inaugural product for the Prepar3D v4 platform, the Diamond DA62. The developer, whose name you will likely not recognise, is actually the new project from Sean Moloney. Sean is best known for his work as one half of RealAir, who are well known as having produced some of the best
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Carenado C172SP G1000: The FSElite Review

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Now, this was a plane I was really looking forward to. For the 10+ years FSX has been out, there has been no payware Cessna 172SP, to my knowledge. Carenado had made a C172N before, and of course, there was the A2A C172R which is very similar to the C172SP. But they were not the SP model, and they all
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