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Orbx Releases Lancair!

#1 User is offline   JayKae 

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Posted 25 October 2010 - 06:30 AM

Orbx is pleased to announce the release of its debut aircraft. The Lancair IV-P is a kit-build aircraft unlike any other before it. The ultra-sleek lines are formed from composite materials and allow it to slice through the air and into the FL's whilst offering a fully pressurized cabin. Orbx has spent over two years on this projects and it shows - from the exact modeling of the curvacious lines, to the faithful reproduction of the cockpit and instruments, everything about the Lancair shouts quality and precision. To ensure that the simulated aircraft behaves precisely like the real one, we've flown many hours in our donor aircraft in Australia and Switzerland for both handling checkflights and 32-bit HD audio captures. Lead modeler and developer Jared Charalambous actually services VH-LLW so it's as close to reality as you can get. With flight modeling by Alexander Metzger (formerly DA), repaints by the Orbx team and Tim Fuchs from REX. For more information visit fullterrain.com
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