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    First class, great shots, plus the paint is superb.

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    amazing screenshots

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    Another great sets of pics Adam. Kenny

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    She's a great old workhorse and beautifully displayed in the Alaska environment.
    Larry

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    How do you like it ? From what I have read it is very immersive in terms of systems and procedures. Mike

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    Colin, Aharon, Kenny, Larry, Mike, thank you fellas.

    Mike she is fantastic as can be expected from PMDG. You have your choice on how to manage the aircraft, that's a good thing for now.


    • Artificial Flight Engineer (AFE) – The AFE can be used to assist you through various phases of flight: Before Start, After Start, Before Take-off, Take-off (Dry or Wet), Cruise, Descent, In Range, Before Landing, After Landing, Parking. During take-off, cruise and descent phases, the AFE will manage the airplane’s power and related settings for you.




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    • Airplane Systems and Equipment - The DC-6’s systems were reproduced to match the operation of those in the real aircraft, and include: De-icing, Electrical, Engines, Fuel, Hydraulic, Oil, Pressurization, Propellers and Water Injection.
      • Sperry A-12 Automatic Pilot
      • Bendix King KX 155 NAV/COMM Transceiver
      • Bendix King KR 87 ADF Receiver
      • Bendix King KI-227 ADF Indicator
      • Garmin GI-106A GPS/VOR/LOC/Glideslope Indicator
      • Bendix MN- 61A Marker Beacon System
      • Bendix KT76A Transponder
      • Bendix KMA24 Audio Panel
      • Bendix KDI572 DME Receiver

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    Beautiful pics Adam I need to get that aircraft!
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    Wow, superb pics Adam, love this 6!

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    sensational bunch of screen shots. Wow!
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