Saturday, December 28, 2013

Milviz KingAir 350i Update!

FSX/P3D. With the exception of Carenado's 1900D in development, the 350i is likely the most highly sought after Beechcraft by flight simmers. Lucky for us, Milviz has set out to meet the demand and based on the provided screenshots thus far, this is one impressive looking bird! Here are the latest shots on this one! Try not to drool... I know I did...









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10 comments:

Aeromaestro said...

Is it just me or does the nose and front section of that aircraft look all wrong for a King Air? Carenado nailed it. So did Flight1. Umm.... this looks off to me. Just an observation...

Chris Strobel said...

Saaaweeet!

hornet said...

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/48/Hawker_Beechcraft_King_Air_350i,_MAKS_2011.jpg

Looks close enough to me

Todd said...

Aeromaestro, I thought the nose looked off too (kind of curved), but on closer inspection it's an illusion caused by the way the light is reflected. This is one worth waiting for.

Jim said...

How I would love to see these folks do a Lear 60XR with the Collins Pro Line avionics.

This is an incredible job they are doing with the King Air 350!

Jacob said...

I hope they make a business jet next. With the demise of Eaglesoft, the market needs a high quality corporate jet. Wilcos 7x will probably not fit the bill.

Charlotte said...

I hope they make the CJ lineup: cj2+,cj3,cj4(especially)

Ronald Hamilton said...

There is no Eaglesoft "demise"! We are considering working with a few modeling houses including MV on select model revisions but we not come to agreement just yet. More on this in 2014.

Ronald Hamilton

Tyler said...

Excellent news, Ron! I hope ES continues to fill the void of biz jets in the market.

Ronald Hamilton said...

We certainly will Tyler and thanks to all for their support.

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