Flight1 hat die von Coolsky programmierte DC-9, MD Super 80 (classic) und Super 80 Professional in einem Paket veröffentlicht. Erfahrene Piloten werden sich an diese Flieger im FS2004 und FSX noch erinnern, welche ursprünglich einzeln zu erwerben waren. Für 54,95$ ist dieses exkusiv P3DV4 Paket zu haben. Allerdings räumt Flight 1 vorherigen Kunden einen Rabatt ein, sofern Sie eine der FSX Vorgänger Version besaßen. Die Flieger besitzen eine große Systemtiefe, inklusive Fehler- und Dispatchsystem.
So much history and a lot to explore in this ultimate MegaPack of clasic Super 80 and DC-9 aircraft. Released in partnership with Coolsky and exclusively for Prepar3D v4, we bring our entire previous “Ultimate Airliners” series into this single product.
The DC-9, built by the Douglas Aircraft Company, is a twin-engine, single-aisle, short to medium range jet airliner. The DC-9-30 is capable of carrying just over 100 passengers. It cruises at around 570 mph/910 km/h and has a range of about 1600 nautical miles (3000km). The DC-9 family of aircraft is one of the most successful series of airliners ever built with a total production of over 2,400 aircraft.
The Super 80 brings back the classic modes of flying in the era where glass was just starting to appear. This rendition is based on the original Super 80, circa 1979. So with the combination of classic analog and early electronic navigation, you have a product that requires a lot of attention, but also rewards proper cockpit management. And if this does seem complicated, the new Integrated Cockpit Training System will help guide you through many of the steps required in order to have a successful and accurate flight.
The Super 80 Professional simulates the latest cockpit upgrade given to the MD-80 series. It includes a full Electronic Flight Deck (EFD) that includes a full EFIS with FMS, TCAS, Systems Display Panel, Engine Display Panel, and many more advanced systems. The Super 80 Pro gives you the high-tech avionics required to fly the precision procedures executed by today’s professional pilots.