The Cobalt Co50 Valkyrie is a four-place aircraft currently undergoing certification by Cobalt Aircraft. It is designed specifically for short to medium length trips. The all-composite aircraft incorporates a canard and split vertical stabilizers in the design, and a pusher engine configuration w...
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The Cobalt Co50 Valkyrie is a four-place aircraft currently undergoing certification by Cobalt Aircraft. It is designed specifically for short to medium length trips. The all-composite aircraft incorporates a canard and split vertical stabilizers in the design, and a pusher engine configuration with retractable landing gear. Introduced in 2010, it's first flight was in September 2012. Features animated parts, virtual cockpit with illuminated glass gauges and 2D panel. By Mark J. S. Macaluso.
The Co50 is not yet in production so design changes are a probability. The Cobalt Co50 also utilizes the SmartDeck avionics suite. To my knowledge FSX does not have the ability to recreate all of the data used in the SmartDeck so I took some liberties in the panel and aircraft design. Example: based on the GMax model, I could not figure out how the passengers got in and out the back seats so I added back doors accessed with [Shift]-[F2].
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|Cobalt Co50_readme.txt||02.13.15||3.55 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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