Tuesday, December 31, 2013

New Milviz Beechcraft King Air 350i Screenshots!

FSX/P3D/P3Dv2. If there is one turboprop aircraft I'm particularly looking forward to, then it's Milviz's upcoming Beechcraft King Air 350i. Milviz's 350i VC will feature a Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21™ integrated avionics suite, and, with its ability to operate out of runways shorter than 3.000 feet, is bound to be a new favourite for 300–600 NM trips.

Bandwidth Warning! 37 High-Res Prepar3D v2 Screenshots!

At maximum weight, the 350i is able to climb at an astounding 2,730 feet per minute, and its unbeatable performance, refinement and versatility make it one of the most popular turboprops...ever.

As 2013 draws to a close, I leave you with some Prepar3D v2 shots of  Milviz's King Air 350i on the ramp at Flughafen Heringsdorf (EDAH) in Germany. Please note that these are pre-Beta development screenshots and we will update you with information and screenshots of the aircraft and its systems as development progresses.

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Tyler said...

Is this the er version, 2200nm range?

Peter said...

Shut Up and Take My Money!!!

ALX WNT said...

What are you using for weather Jerome ? Opus ?

Jerome Zimmermann said...

I generally use FS Global Real Weather from PILOT'S and in the above shots used Opus, since it's the only weather engine that's compatible with Prepar3D v2 at the moment.

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