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    Douglas C-47 Dakota for X-Plane 11

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    Douglas C-47 Dakota for X-Plane 11


    A new version was uploaded as 2.4.0. ensure you download the latest version...
    The Douglas C-47 is a twin-engined low wing transport aircraft, powered by Twin Wasp R1830-90C engines.
    Between 1935 and 1947 Douglas built a total of 10,654 of the type and over 80 years later there are still almost 1,000 in flying condition.
    This magnificent aircraft was originally designed by Manfred Jahn, Jan Visser and Team for P3D and is being flown by 100’s of happy P3D/FSX users. At the end of July, Aeroworx obtained the permission to port this aircraft to X-Plane.
    Eight weeks later we are releasing the first public beta of the C-47. As its sister project for P3D, this aircraft will remain free-ware for X-Plane 10 and 11.
    As members of the South African Airways Museum Society, we have direct access to their C-47 and also a few other DC-3/C-47's. Getting good photographs is no problem, the crews flying and maintaining these aircraft are also extremely helpful in providing us with documentation, advice, etc.
    This aircraft features a fully 3D Vintage Virtual Cockpit, with dozens of mouse click-able animations. The Sperry is the primary autopilot, but for the more “modern” guys, a G530 is available as a pop-up.
    This is a public beta version, PLEASE read the "Release Notes" attached to the download.
    X-Plane 10 version can be downloaded here
    Forum Topic here: Aeroworx Douglas C-47 on the Forum
    The Breitling and "Dazzle Dak" liveries are not included in this download. Will make them available once we have the proper permissions.
    AEROWORX - Johan van Wyk, Fred Stegmann

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    Yes,

    Great to see this gem coming to X-Plane 11. And Liveries are also becoming available.
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    I love the aircraft in x-Plane but sound cone is not as good as FSX and P3d...
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    I agree. There is certainly still some work to do, but that's why they call it a WIP
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