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FSCharter Releases Turbo Commander 690

Posted on Mon, 13 Dec 2004 19:57:05 GMT
Now available from FSCharter is the Gulfstream Turbo Commander 690, a high wing twin turboprop utility and corporate transport aircraft. Designed with Gmax, the performance is based on actual Turbo Commander documents. For full details, click on Read More.FSCHARTER has released their Turbo Commander 690. The Gulfstream Turbocommander 690 is a stable high-winged twin, pressurized turboprop utility and corporate transport aircraft that is suitable for a variety of missions, The flight dynamics of this model are based upon real performance figures found in the official Turbo Commander documents. This model includes: virtual cockpit, custom sounds, moving parts (ailerons, elevators, rudder, flaps, rolling wheels and opening doors), flight manual, checklist, custom panel and gauges. It has been modeled in GMAX for optimal realism.

Please use the links below to take you to the FSCHARTER site for more details:

http://www.fscharter.com/

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