• Virtualcol Update 2.1.7 for Beechcraft 99 Series MSFS

    Virtualcol - Beechcraft Model 99 Series for MSFS

    Virtualcol announces the release of v2.1.7 for their Beechcraft 99 Series MSFS aircraft. This new version includes basically a new cockpit. Now it includes Glass cockpit and GPS530 operative and not as dummy as old version and the possibility to open the passenger door.

    About The Beech 99 Series MSFS

    The Beech 99 is an evolution of the successful Queen Air and King Air series, and shares the King Air's basic powerplant and layout, but otherwise is a new design, with a significantly lengthened cabin with greater seating capacity. Design of the 99 began in the late 1960s, in part to find a replacement for the venerable Beech 18. In December 1965 a stretched fuselage Queen Air was flown for the first time, while the Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6 powered prototype model 99 made its first flight in July 1966. The first customer aircraft was delivered in May 1968, the series then known as the Commuter 99.

    Virtualcol - Beechcraft Model 99 Series for MSFS

    At the time the 99 was Beech's largest aircraft yet and Beech was optimistically forecasting a production rate of 100 per year. Subsequent models were the A99, A99A and B99, with differing powerplants, sub models and weights. The B99 was available in two variants, the B99 Airliner and the B99 Executive, a corporate transport version with seating for between eight and 17 passengers.

    Virtualcol - Beechcraft Model 99 Series for MSFS

    Production of early models was halted in 1975, and it was not until 1979 that the improved C99 Commuter (plus the larger 1900) was announced as part of Beech's return to the commuter airliner market. A converted B99 fitted with P&WC PT6A34 engines served as the C99 prototype and flew in this form for the first time on June 20 1980. Production aircraft featured PT6A36 engines, and deliveries recommenced following certification, both in July 1981. Shortly afterwards it became known as the C99 Airliner. C99 production ceased in 1986.

    Virtualcol - Beechcraft Model 99 Series for MSFS

    Virtualcol is thrilled to bring you a recreation of the Beechcraft 99 Airliner for Microsoft® Flight Simulator®, including an analogue cockpit in the first release, with expectations of a further update including a glass cockpit. This pack includes three models: two for passengers and a freighter version and 20 liveries.

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    1. drmiller2's Avatar
      drmiller2 -
      The new update looks good love that you can now open the Passenger door and the redesigned GNS530 looks good and placement is accurate I am having an issue with radios and GNS not turning on but it is also doing that in other 3rd party airplanes and some default ones after the Last MSFS update, I do not think that is an issue with the plane hope they Fix that soon
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