• AFS Design - Boeing 787 Dreamliner Now Available

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    The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is a twin-engine long-range airliner and is designed for 200 to 300 passengers.

    The Boeing 787 is one of the most fuel-efficient aircraft in the world and the first large commercial aircraft primarily made from composite materials. The B787 is designed to be 20% more fuel efficient than the 767 it is meant to reaplce. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner has an electronic control system (fly by wire), a four-piece windshield, noise-reducing chevrons on the engine nacelles, and a smoother nose contour.

    All models have a fully functional cockpit:

    • Five multi-function displays
    • Center console with FMC, radio display with transponders, trim and engine thrust lever control
    • Yoke with controllable switches
    • Upper panel with about 100 real deposited switches
    • "Seatbelt" and "No Smoking" sign with acoustic sound
    • Autopilot features: ILS, FD, ALT, VS, HDG, NAV, speed, Mach, Loc, autothrottle / Master, QNH
    • HUD - Display: artificial horizon, velocity, G, Mach, TAS, IAS, compass, QNH, height, pitch
    • 2D panel in the resolution 1280x720 px / 3D panel with 1024x1024 px textures

    Other Features:

    • Detailed external and internal model including virtual cockpit with a friendly co-pilot
    • Animations in the external model: flaps, slats, spoilers, three cabin doors and two hatches, gear
    • Extensive lighting effects of windows and exterior lighting
    • Exterior lighting: beacon, strobes, nav, landing and taxi Lights
    • Virtual cockpit: panel light, window reflections, highly detailed, including avionics for radio navigation
    • Panel with FMC (Flight Managment Computer) and GPS
    • Engine thrust reverser including animation and realistic flight dynamics
    • All models with ATC-ID sign in the cockpit and exterior models
    • New textures (1024x1024) with specular shine, night lighting and alpha technology
    • Gangway stairs and Logo Light


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    1. saj124's Avatar
      saj124 -
    1. tb02gro's Avatar
      tb02gro -
      No. Just...no. Everything about it is horrible, even down to the cabin, which looks like it was designed after a L-1011/727 cabin hybrid. Ughhhh. However, this a a step above the Abacus Fly the 787.
    1. darthfinkles's Avatar
      darthfinkles -
      Just looking at the pics, where is the very distinct wing flex of the 787 in flight?
    1. andy2000andy's Avatar
      andy2000andy -
      Very nice model. It's the best Boeing 787 ever.
    1. vpilot0728's Avatar
      vpilot0728 -
      Nice model but, the panel and sound files are not that good. I replaced them with freeware.
    1. Bennzo's Avatar
      Bennzo -
      Never again, AFS.

      The fact that this product is offered as payware is an insult. My advice: Aerosim B787 is a much better value for the money. ( I learned this a bit too late )
    1. oskiatl's Avatar
      oskiatl -
      Looks like it should be grounded with the real 787!
    1. cloudsurferuk's Avatar
      cloudsurferuk -
      Quote Originally Posted by Bennzo View Post
      Never again, AFS.

      The fact that this product is offered as payware is an insult. My advice: Aerosim B787 is a much better value for the money. ( I learned this a bit too late )
      Aerosoim is the current best option for a full package I agree. TDS best model but no panel etc. AFS have always made awful aircraft and perfect flight? dont even get me started!
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