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RealAir Simulations Announces Spitfire

Posted on Fri, 30 Apr 2004 00:15:52 GMT
Last updated Mon, 02 Apr 2012 17:25:58 GMT

Coming this summer for FS2004 from RealAir Simulations is their version of the famous WWII era Supermarine Spitfire. The plane will feature RealAir's fully aerobatic flight dynamics and offer a top speed of nearly 450 mph. To learn more, click on Read More.

RealAir Simulations is developing the legendary Spitfire Mark XIV for FS2004, with a scheduled summer release. The World War II fighter will have RealAir's latest high performance flight dynamics, with a top speed of nearly 450 mph and the ability to do a complete range of aerobatics, plus classic Spitfire ground handling. Designed in 3d Studio, The Spit will come in multiple authentic liveries, all with individual 3D cockpits which will be fully functional in all respects.

Included in the package will be highly detailed scenery of an historical UK fighter airfield with custom AI aircraft and all the atmosphere of an operational station.

For details and regular updates please visit the coming soon page at:

www.realairsimulations.com

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