Captain Sim 767 Captain Version 1.1 Released

767 CaptainCaptain Sim have released version 1.1 of their 767 Captain add-on for Microsoft Flight Simulator X. The update includes many revised and new features incuding four new exterior models of the aircraft, additional liveries and 3D model upgrades including winglets and more.

This is the official update from Captain Sim:

British Airways livery on the Captain Sim 767

The Captain Sim Boeing 767 add-on with the British Airways livery applied.

The 767-300 Base Pack version 1.1 is available and includes the following new features and enhancements:

New features:

  • Four new exterior models:
    • Boeing 767-300ER GE (variant 2)
    • Boeing 767-300ER PW
    • Boeing 767-300ER PW (variant 2)
    • Boeing 767-300ER RR
  • Ten new liveries
  • Winglets available for all models
  • ACE (Aircraft Configuration Editor)
  • Two flights (Cold-n-Dark and Hot)
  • Animated sun shields (4) in VC
  • Animated overhead compartments (100) added
  • Separate Captain's and F/O's fx lights control in VC


  • Fuel system recasted
  • APU system recasted
  • APU power loss fix
  • Speed brake fixes
  • Sound fixes
  • EICAS fixes
  • Autobrake knob fix
  • RTO switch fix
  • TRP Temp selector fix
  • Cargo Overheat Light switch fix
  • Engine performance fix
  • Center of Gravity (CG%) settings fix
  • Stab trim setting fix
  • TMCP mode fixes
  • GPWS callouts fix
  • EPR calculation fix
  • MCP Mach settings fix
  • Command airspeed bug fix
  • Cabin TV set fix


  • Improved Textures
  • Improved Model
  • Flaps animation fix
  • Updated Manuals

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Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens

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