• Carenado Announces First Two MSFS Aircraft

    Carenado Announces First Two MSFS Aircraft

    Today in a brief Facebook post, aircraft developer Carenado announced they are working on two aircraft for the new Microsoft Flight Simulator. The new aircraft are the CT182T Skylane and the M20R Ovation, both of which they have previously released for other sims. They say these will be ready soon.

    Carenado Announces First Two MSFS Aircraft

    Carenado Announces First Two MSFS Aircraft

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    1. rooitou's Avatar
      rooitou -
      Guess I will skip these two. The CT182T Skylane has a glass cockpit, which I dislike and there are too many glass cockpits in FS2020 to start with. I have the M20R Ovation for X-Plane and it has the most annoying and loud gear warning alarm that I've ever heard. Almost impossible to reduce height or do a slow pass without that constant blaring noise in your ear.

      Please someone, bring some vintage aircraft with steam gauges to FS2020!?
    1. dogdish's Avatar
      dogdish -
      There's already a 152 and a 172 in all versions of the sim, I'll pass on the 182 also. The M20R will wait until they have a year end sale.
    1. N222TT's Avatar
      N222TT -
      Yes steam gauges! And N numbers.
    1. N222TT's Avatar
      N222TT -
      Yes steam gauges! And U.S. N numbers.
    1. ryogahibiki345's Avatar
      ryogahibiki345 -
      Quote Originally Posted by N222TT View Post
      Yes steam gauges! And U.S. N numbers.
      The N, in an N-number denotes US registered aircraft. There was no need to correct it. You could say, "US tail-numbers". It's kinda like saying VIN-number or PIN-number, it's redundant.
    1. rockinrobin's Avatar
      rockinrobin -
      Quote Originally Posted by ryogahibiki345 View Post
      The N, in an N-number denotes US registered aircraft. There was no need to correct it. You could say, "US tail-numbers". It's kinda like saying VIN-number or PIN-number, it's redundant.
      It may be redundant, but in the FAA Database it's called an N-number.
    1. ryogahibiki345's Avatar
      ryogahibiki345 -
      Quote Originally Posted by rockinrobin View Post
      It may be redundant, but in the FAA Database it's called an N-number.
      You completely missed the point of my original post. It wasn't about the N-number part is was the fact that he went on to say, U.S. N-number. He didn't need to add the U.S. part to N-number, that was the redundant part. The 'N' doesn't stand for number.
    1. Josette's Avatar
      Josette -
      please don't forget vintage aircrafts I particuarly did like the Carenado D18 S on FSX and Prepar3d
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