This pack includes two different instrument equipments and two liveries
- TWO DIFFERENT INSTRUMENT EQUIPMENTS
- TWO LIVERIES
- LOW IMPACT ON FRAME RATE
- FULL MOVING PARTS
- COMPLETE VIRTUAL COCKPITS
- CHOOSE AMONG ONLY 2D PANEL, 2D PANEL AND VC OR 2D PANEL, VC AND CABIN
- MOST GAUGES VISIBLE IN 2D PANELS, INCLUDING GPS's
We have developed the 2D panels for these planes under a simple philosophy: panels in which you can see, read and handle as many gauges as a medium quality monitor screen allows, using the minimum number of windows, with a gauges layout as real as possible.
A pleasure to fly with these panels, no need of complementary windows spoiling your maneuvering or views. See the screenshots ahead to have a look of every view.
Concerning the aircraft 3D model, you’ll find realistic movements of essential parts (ailerons, flaps, rudder, elevator, gear, doors, etc…) and a complete VC (in which you can manage all the gauges too) and passengers cabin. We try to avoid things not very useful which reduce substantially the frame rate in their respective views.
Some of the gauges included in this aircraft are:
- BENDIX KR 87 ADF
- BENDIX KX165 NAV C0M RADIO
- BENDIX KT76 TRANSPONDER
- MEGGITT MAGIC ENGINE INFORMATION DISPLAY SYSTEM
- MEGGITT MAGIC EFIS PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY
- MEGGITT MAGIC NAVIGATIONAL DISPLAY
- BENDIX KLN94 GPS
- GARMIN GNS 530
Aircraft Specifications sumary
The PA-31 was developed at the request of company founder William T Piper, and the program for a new larger twin was given the project name Inca. The first prototype PA-31 made the type's first flight on September 1964 and was Piper's largest aircraft to be built to that time.
Deliveries began in the first half of 1967. The first model was the PA-31-310, powered by two 230kW (310hp) turbocharged Lycoming TIO-540-A1A engines. The PA-31-310 had five cabin windows per side and Piper's distinctive Tiger Shark engine nacelles with optional nacelle lockers.
The Navajo six/eight seat cabin class twin has been adapted to a number of commuter, charter, air taxi, light freight and executive transport roles.
Production of the PA-31-310 had ceased in 1983.
- Type: 6-8 seat corporate transport and commuter airliner.
- Period built: 1964-1983
- Country of origin: United States
- Aircraft Dimensions: Wing span: 40’ 8” Lenght: 32’ 8” Height: 13”
- Weight: Empty: 4.062 lb. Max. Take off: 6.500 lb
- Engines: Lycoming TIO-540-A turbocharged and fuel injected flat six piston engines driving three blade constant speed propellers, each of 310 hp.
- Max. speed: 227 kt / 420 kph
- Max. cruising speed: 218 kt / 404 kph
- Long range cruising speed: 147 kt / 273 kph
- Initial rate of climb: 1,445 ft per min.
- Service ceiling: 27,300 ft
- Range: 1,295 nm / 2,398 km with reserves
-Windows XP with at least SP1, .Net Framework 1.1 and FS9. A screen resolution of 1024 x 768 or higher (1240 x 1024 recommended).