Known as the "Swiss Army Knife" of general aviation, the new FSX package is a complete overhaul of the best-selling FS2004 version. This aircraft package offers several different configurations that include: commuter, executive, cargo, and multi-mission surveillance.
|Windows XP / Windows Vista|
|This add-on works with|
|CPU: 1.80 Ghz|
|Graphics: 256 Mb|
|RAM: 1 Gb|
|Hard Disk: 500 Mb|
Known as the "Swiss Army Knife" of general aviation, the new FSX package is a complete overhaul of our best-selling FS2004 version. This aircraft package offers several different configurations that include: commuter, executive, cargo, and multimission surveillance. This versatility along with the PC-12's advanced aerodynamic airframe will allow you to explore the FS world with unmatched flexibility.
Flight One Software continues its "commitment to authenticity" with it's rendition of the Pilatus PC-12. The performance of the 1200 hp Pratt & Whitney PT6A-67B turboprop engine, along with its Hartzell 4-blade aluminium prop, will take you to 30,000 feet as you SCREAM along at 310 mph. The available range of 2,239 NM will allow sim pilots to go coast-to-coast, with just one stop.
Pilatus PC-12 for FSX Product Features:
The package also includes caution and warning voice alerts in 4 languages; English, German, Spanish and French which can be selected from the included configuration manager. Flight1's Text-O-Matic repaint utility will allow you to expand your fleet with customized paint schemes. Also included is a detailed pilot's manual, Garmin reference guides, and much, much more.
The PC12 has become my favourite aircraft in FSX (had you guessed) and I am still on a very enjoyable learning curve with it. If you have not got it; get it, or you will be missing a very enjoyable time in your simming sessions of a very enjoyable aircraft. Having to learn something rather than jump in and up and away, has got to stimulate the mind better and keep one young at heart. I took up FSX after retirement to keep my mind active, Flight1 Pilatus PC12 has definitely done that. James