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FSX Update For ATR 72-500

Posted on Fri, 07 Dec 2007 23:00:00 GMT

Developed in co-operation with the aircraft manufacturer, this award-winning expansion is an updated Flight Simulator X and Vista edition of one of the world's most popular short-haul turboprop airliners.

"The Flight1 ATR is best described as breathtaking... great value for money... a truly great simulation which earns yet another Armchair Aviator Award for Flight1."

   -- FlightSim.Com, Armchair Aviator Award

   -- FS Nordic Star Award

Take Command

"We selected Flight1 Software for their demonstrated ability to produce outstanding aircraft, highly realistic and with extensive features." Jean-Pierre Cousserans, Senior VP at ATR.

Developed in co-operation with the original aircraft manufacturer, this ATR72-500 is the ultimate simulation of one of the world's most popular regional turboprop aircraft.

With sounds recorded from the actual aircraft at the factory to flight testing by ATR and airline pilots, the Captain's seat has never felt more real! Over 15,000 man-hours of development make this one of the finest simulations ever for Flight Simulator.

  • Multiple high quality instrument panel options let you fly the ATR from either seat. Be the First Officer or take command!
  • With the incredibly lifelike and smooth animations in the virtual cockpit, you'll believe you are sitting in the real aircraft.
  • Accurate aircraft systems are fully modelled - including an ultra-realistic Flight Management System for the ultimate in realism.
  • From the tip of the nose to the tail and everything in between, inside and out this ATR is exquisitely detailed with photo-realistic modelling.
  • A configuration manager allows you to set up the many options, from cabin layout to fuel and loading. The Text-o-Matic editor allows you to import almost any real-life airline livery free of charge or create your own!

Now updated and flying better than ever, this aircraft works and flies beautifully in both Flight Simulator 2004 and FSX. Grab your flight bag and get ready to go - you are cleared for departure!

System Requirements Microsoft Flight Simulator X or 2004
Windows - Windows XP or Vista
Processor - 1.6 GHz
Memory - 512 Mb RAM
Hard Drive - 600 Mb free
Video Card - 128 Mb

About Flight One

Atlanta-based Flight One Software, Inc. (Flight1) is a successful and critically acclaimed developer and publisher of flight simulation technology and software.

Founded in 1997, Flight1 has released some of the best and most recognized expansions for Microsoft's Flight Simulator franchise, including Greatest Airliners 737-300, FS Clouds, Ultimate Traffic, Flight Environment and many more, including the recently released and officially endorsed ATR72-500 and Pilatus PC12 simulations.

Flight1 Europe has been established to provide local marketing and sales support for the company's range of products in major markets outside of the USA.

For more information about all Flight1 products visit www.flight1.com

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Ian Stephens

About Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens is a flight simulation enthusiast also with a keen interest in aviation and technology.  Ian spends a lot of his time experimenting with various simulator packages but has a love for Microsoft Flight Simulator X because of the huge selection of add-ons available.  However, Ian also has copies of Prepar3D and X-Plane installed. 

Ian has been writing for Fly Away Simulation for over 9 years.  Should you wish, you can contact Ian via email at ian.stephens@flyawaysimulation.com.

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