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Re: 1+ hour from Dovetail Games on the new Flight Sim World

Postby Hagar » Thu Jul 20, 2017 11:53 am

Jetranger wrote:ALSO I've been noticing, lately, that were NOT seeing any Jets on this FSW ??

rather it be large Jetliners or small jets, am I missing something ????

or is FSW maily only for Prop Aircraft as of yet ???

I can't even find anything on YOU TUBE where JETS of any size are involved in FSW ??

Maybe I'm wrong I Dunno' ????

From what I've seen so far, FSW is based around the GA side of aviation which suits me fine. 8-)
We're not all interested in flying those cigar tubes on autopilot. :P

This is the list of aircraft included with the Early Access version:

Piper PA-18 Super Cub
Piper PA-28 Cherokee
Diamond DA40 Star
Diamond DA42 Twin Star
Piper PA-34 Seneca
Piper PA-46 Malibu Mirage
Vans RV7

However, this chap has succeeded in porting over the FSX default Boeing 737 https://youtu.be/VucOWNNy2ho
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Re: 1+ hour from Dovetail Games on the new Flight Sim World

Postby papituwall » Thu Jul 20, 2017 1:42 pm

The aircraft included in FSW are of high quality A2A, or Milviz level, A2A accusim is included as default. So if you are not a fan of Beech or Cessna, the range of models is OK.

Portover has no interest. FSX aircraft can be ported if are native, but clickable and other gauges don't work. The 737 in the video has this problem the plane flies and can work with keyboard, sticks etc.: forgettable.

Vintage aircraft or simple are more suitable for portover, but as said this has no interest.
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