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Thread: PILOTS B314 - FS9 version

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    Default PILOTS B314 - FS9 version

    I think this one has been discontinued for some time. Although I'm trying to track it down and see if its still available to purchase.
    Has anybody had this product? Was it ok? I do have the Mike Stone B314 with an updated FDE etc. Its fun. Was wondering how it compared to the PILOTS version.

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    You have mail!
    Robin
    Cape Town, South Africa

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    https://www.medimops.de/profisoft-ve...00061Q9M6.html

    Was also available at Aerosoft Germany boxed; can contact them to check whether or not they still have any copies left!

    Cheers!

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    Thanks. Got it already.
    Awesome add on and planning my first flight in it soon.

    Can’t wait to sit there for hours with my speakers blaring the sound of 4 monster radial engines while my wife works at her desk next to me. She loves it trust me.

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    Is that a download and what is the US price

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    It's boxed for FS2004; condition: used very good and ships globally, price/payment is in euros; shipping charges are approx 3 Euros per item for international shipment (outside Germany)

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    Kind of on topic:
    Any recommendations for best places or scenery to land things without wheels like the B314? lol
    Mark Daniels

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    Mark, Lakes & rivers are normally great to land on, with wheel-less things..
    Great advantages are.. plenty of space, no buildings, & no numbers to try land on. You will probably find a vast selection to choose.
    Robin
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    Quote Originally Posted by zswobbie1 View Post
    Mark, Lakes & rivers are normally great to land on, with wheel-less things..
    Great advantages are.. plenty of space, no buildings, & no numbers to try land on. You will probably find a vast selection to choose.
    Thanks Robin, I figured out the lakes and rivers stuff but was curious if there were any cool little sceneries that you could then taxi too after landing and dock at, with the plane that has no wheels. haha
    Mark Daniels

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher12 View Post
    Thanks Robin, I figured out the lakes and rivers stuff but was curious if there were any cool little sceneries that you could then taxi too after landing and dock at, with the plane that has no wheels. haha
    Yes there is. Some bases used by Pan Am. A package. Actually I thought it came with the B314 package above?

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