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Carenado Announces Cessna C182T and Mooney M20R for MSFS

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Aircraft developer Carenado has announced two aircraft in the making, for the new Microsoft Flight Simulator. The Cessna 182 Turbo Skylane and the Mooney M20R Ovation were recently displayed on their Facebook page. The highly detailed, PBR textured aircraft can be seen in the WIP images below.

The Turbo Cessna 182 Skylane is powered by a powerful TIO-540 engine that enables the aircraft to fly as high as 20,000ft. Two liveries are presented in the images for the Cessna without any instrument panel views. Looking closely, we can see the reflections on the aircraft from its surrounding environment.

Powered by an IO-550 engine, the Mooney M20R Ovation is capable of cruising high and fast with little fuel usage. Furthermore, the Mooney images show an accurate cockpit display with detailed texturing. The instrument panel seems to include all of the instruments found in the real aircraft including the Garmin GPS.

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IndiaFoxtEcho Previews Rutan Long-EZ for MSFS

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Aircraft developer IndiaFoxtEcho Visual Simulations previews the Rutan Long-EZ experimental aircraft, designed by Dino Cattaneo, for the new Microsoft Flight Simulator. The Long-EZ is a highly efficient aircraft, designed with a forward canard and large winglets for fuel efficiency, it can travel a range of 2000 miles (3,200 km). The aircraft was presented over on their Facebook page, along with a few
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Aerobask Releases Lancair Legacy RG for X-Plane 11

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The Lancair Legacy RG is rated for being one of the fastest non-turbine general aviation aircraft known. Categorized as an experimental, Lancair is capable of performing aerobatics, and it's perfectly designed to also be an efficient and economical cruiser. The Lancair Legacy RG fits the best of both worlds. Developed by Aerobask, who are well known for their DA-42 for X-Plane,
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A2A Simulations Accu-sim P-40 For P3D v4 Released

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Over on their Facebook page, A2A Simulations have announced the release of their Accu-sim P-40 which has finally been brought over to Prepar3D v4. The Curtiss P-40 is an American, single-prop, single pilot warbird. It is the third most produced aircraft used in World War II with 13,738 P-40s having been made from the early years of 1939-1944. A2A's rendition of the P-40 for
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