• Carenado Previews EMB120 For FSX/Prepar3D

    Carenado Previews EMB120 For FSX/Prepar3D

    Not a lot of information, but Carenado has released a few new screen shots showcaseing their upcoming Embraer EMB120 turboprop airliner. Reportedly "coming soon"...

    Carenado Previews EMB120 For FSX/Prepar3D

    Carenado Previews EMB120 For FSX/Prepar3D cockpit

    Carenado Previews EMB120 For FSX/Prepar3D interior


    About The Embraer 120 Brasilia

    Development of the EMB120 family began in 1974 and first flew in 1983. Some 354 were built between 1983 and 2001 and they are used by the Brazilian Air Force and a number of regional airlines. Standard capacity is 30 passengers plus two pilots and one flight attendant.

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      Kirk -
      This is kind of cool. When we fly we usually will make hops to either L.A. or San Francisco to catch the main flight. Those hops are almost always in this aircraft. I'm nowhere near ready to move up to this grade of aircraft, but I'm kind of excited to see how Carenado does with it.
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