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New Press Release from FTS

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Posted 29 October 2010 - 11:07 AM

7 new panels including the Garmin GNS430W, AvSimMap II, and STEC-55X autopilot. These are stand-alone instruments. They are not integrated into a complete cockpit. This enhancement pack is superb for hardcore cockpit builders that use multiple and dedicated displays for various instruments. These avionics should be used with analog aircraft panels. They are generic, allowing them to be used for ANY aircraft. The stand-alone GNS430W and AvSimMap II comes with and without the bezels, giving you the option to use real hardware buttons and knobs. Free your X-Plane cockpit from generic instruments!! Enjoy the high fidelity and resolution that FTS avionics can provide.


Visit http://www.flythissim.com/ for details and purchasing information.
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