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Review Alabeo Piper PA-44 'Seminole'
mutley posted a topic in News and Press ReleasesJust published is Andrew Godden's review of Alabeo's Piper PA-44 'Seminole' The multi-engine Seminole was a development of the Piper PA-28 'Cherokee' and is primarily used for multi-engine flight training. How well does Alabeo's model perform? Read on...
Review Carenado Aero Commander 500S 'Shrike Commander'
mutley posted a topic in News and Press ReleasesJust published is Andrew Godden's review of the Carenado Aero Commander 500S 'Shrike Commander' By all accounts a very popular, see if this model lives up to expectations. Read on...
Review REX / Milviz's WX Advantage Weather Radar
mutley posted a topic in News and Press ReleasesJust published is Brian Buckley's review of REX / Milviz's WX Advantage Weather Radar. This new product takes weather radar functionality to another level, so how good is it? Read on...
Review Just Flight - DH.104 'Dove' and 'Devon'
mutley posted a topic in News and Press ReleasesJust published is John Guest's review on Just Flight's DH.104 'Dove' and 'Devon' This versatile aircraft was used both in civil and military operations, see how this model performs.. Read on...
Just published is John Guest's review of the 'wooden wonder" de Havilland DH.98 'Mosquito' FB Mk. VI Does this much awaited product live up to the it's promises? Read on..
my FlySimWare MU2B-60 review
Deimos posted a topic in General Aviation (GA) and CorporateI took the plunge and bought an addon aircraft that I have flown in real life. Since I did not find a review of it here I wanted to share my thoughts and impressions with you and go from merely consuming to contributing The FlySimWare MU2B-60 is Twin Turbo Prop with a geared Turbine, that can cruise up to 30000 ft and up to 300kts TAS. It was produced from 1963 to 1986 in various models for a total of around 700 aircraft. One of its main features was the lack of conventional ailerons. Roll control is achieved by spoilers extending upward from the wings surfaces in order to reduce lift