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SimFlight3D Releases 1947 C140

Posted on Tue, 13 Sep 2011 17:41:55 GMT

C140The C140 is a two-seater, single-engine, light utility airplane with a maximum speed of 109 knots (125 mph), never to exceed 122 knots. Original models came equipped with 85-90 horsepower, 4-cylinder piston engines. The C140 was first introduced in 1946 at the end of World War II, and produced from 1946-50. More than 7664 airplanes have been sold.

Exterior of SimFlight3D 1947 C-140 (Tail Dragger).

Exterior of SimFlight3D 1947 C-140 (Tail Dragger).


  • True FSX aircraft
  • Working, highly detailed virtual cockpit (with custom upgraded panel for IFR)
  • Doors, and engine compartment open (for oil check)
  • Full 2D and 3D panels -- (day and night)
  • High resolution, photo - realistic textures (interior/exterior), Optimized for smooth frame rate
  • Realistic shadows and lighting, bump and reflection mapping
  • Includes checklist and performance information
  • Available in 4 paint schemes
  • Real manual flaps handle
  • Click chart for map screen/mike button for ATC window
  • Animated key chain and retractable landing light

Cockpit of of SimFlight3D 1947 C-140.

Cockpit of of SimFlight3D 1947 C-140.


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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. 

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