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Project Magenta Announces New Twin Panel

Last updated Sun, 17 Jul 2011 20:49:52 GMT
Originally posted on Sat, 28 Feb 2004 21:44:02 GMT

Project Magenta's upcoming GAIFR twin panel will offer high fidelity graphics and advanced precision instrumentation similiar to that in their single engine panel. New features include HSI and newly modelled AI with Flight Director. For full details, click on Read More.

The upcoming GAIFR twin panel incorporates the same high fidelity graphics, and advanced precision instruments of the single engine range of aircraft. New features include an HSI with GS information and a newly modelled AI which incorporates a Flight Director system. Based on the Piper Seneca, the most popular general aviation twin training aircraft, the ASI and Engine instruments accurately portray the correct data for this aircraft type.

We will also include an option to switch engine and ASI gauges to model the performance data of the Beechcraft Baron aircraft which is a default FS2004 aircraft. The panel itself can be used with any twin you wish. Whilst the twin panel is still in development, it will be released soon and will be included as a free update in the GAIFR package.

The current IFR package includes the Piper Archer, Cessna and fully sizeable and positionable instruments for single and twin engine aircraft.

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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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