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Flight1 release the P51 Mustang!

#1 User is offline   Eric 

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Posted 06 November 2009 - 11:40 PM

With extensive research and help from a P51D owner-pilot, this is probably the most realistic development yet of the iconic WWII fighter.

Specifically developed from the ground up for Flight Simulator X, Aeroplane Heaven has made no compromises with the modelling of this wonderful warbird, which represents the actual aircraft ‘factory-fresh’ as in 1945.

Real-life pilots have been involved from the start of the development to ensure accuracy inside and out. WWII-era flight manuals have been followed to ensure that everything works as it should, from start-up to shut down.

Once in the air the help of restorer and experienced P51D owner-pilot Maurice Hammond has ensured this P51 flies just as good as she looks. Choose to fly Maurice’s own aircraft – ‘Marinell’ and ‘Janie’ – and you’ll even get to see Maurice in his distinctive helmet at the controls. Don’t forget to give him a wave when he taxis past!

Available to download now at http://www.flight1.c...uct=p51dmustang for just $34.95, see for yourself what it is like to take to the air in this magnificent aircraft.

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Posted 07 November 2009 - 12:53 AM

Did this thing come out of nowhere?, I hadn't even heard they were developing one, and I usually keep up with these things.
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Posted 19 January 2011 - 09:10 PM

Daniel Andrew Wolcott is adding some download material about this on his website www.danielandrewwolcott.com

I think he's building that site now or it might be under www.andrewowlcott.com or Andrew Wolcott

I am not sure. But I think it has drawings of this aircraft and it operates with Pro Controller.
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