The Piper PA-46 is a family of light aircraft powered by a single engine and has the capacity for one pilot and five passengers.
In 1997, Piper announced its intention to market a turboprop-powered version with a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-42A of 500 shp (373 kW). The first turboprops were delivered in November 2000. Changes made to allow for turboprop power include larger wings and tail surfaces. In 2009, Piper began offering the Meridian with a three screen version of the Garmin G1000 including the Garmin GFC 700 autopilot as a replacement for the Avidyne Entegra system.
Exterior and interior model, made in Gmax with the standard quality materials of the Flight Simulator X. High definition textures and normal map makes this model one of the most realistic aircraft in Flight Simulator X.
The package contains three real liveries, and also includes PDF User Manual with real information. This manual has the aircraft control panel description and a very extensive checklist.
The cockpit is a very high accurate 3D model, and fully interactive. It is made in Gmax and all switches are controlled like a real aircraft with all animations. The cockpit has realistic night lighting with exclusive effect. Includes sound pack.