• A2A - New Screen Shot of V-35 Bonanza

    Here's a shot A2A took from our Bonanza V-35 in beta (unedited, no sharpness, contrast, etc.). We just built the 4th beta build and we're working hard to get this out to our community. This airplane flies differently than anything we've ever created before:

    A2A - V-35 Bonanza

    Screen shot taken in Prepar3D v4.

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    4 Comments
    1. Rupert's Avatar
      Rupert -
      [B]GO FOR IT!![B]

      I friend of mine owned one in the '60s. We traveled all over So.Cal. and Arizona in it. One of the nicest GA aircraft I ever flew!

      Rupert
    1. damien's Avatar
      damien -
      WOW I love A2A aircraft
    1. TheAwesomeCobra's Avatar
      TheAwesomeCobra -
      This is scary realistic... Great plane!
    1. TheAwesomeCobra's Avatar
      TheAwesomeCobra -
      This is scary realistic... Great plane! Is it only for P3d, or would it work in FSX:G? (whoops, this is a repost)
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