Eaglesoft Releases Cessna Citation II/SP

Eaglesoft Development Group has announced the release of their Cessna Citation II/SP model for FS2004. The Citation includes standard corporate model, lite corporate mode and air ambulance model.

The Eaglesoft Development Group's Cessna Citation II/SP fits the corporate world with a luxury cabin, animated control surfaces, animated passenger doors and cargo door that are accurate in their detail. The systems modeling for oxygen, pressurization, electrical, fuel systems and flaps systems is also very accurate.

Eaglesoft's Cessna Citation.

Modeling uses the best quality 3-D techniques while reflections and lighting bring the Citation II/SP into realistic life mode. Don't underestimate the background sounds, sounds that are pitched and honed to let you relive an airport or flight experience as if you were really there now.

The Cessna Citation II/SP works supremely with either FS9 and FS9/SP1 or FSX and FSX/SP2/DX10. In your virtual cockpit find an Eaglesoft Garmin GNS 500 GPS Unit, Eaglesoft Collins RTU-4200 Radio Tuning Units, a Sandel 4550 Electronic Altitude Indicator, and a Sandel 3308 that has a moving map, flight plan and Navigation data, or, Navdata, in a one hundred and twenty degree mode.

Visually look forward to the displaying of extra airfield accessories like tie downs, safety cones or luggage. You can also enjoy a 'Repaint Kit' that lets you make your own livery to your specific liking.

As far as flight dynamics go this is one of the most realistic versions around. A Cessna Citation II/SP jet is a light corporate jet modeled after the Cessna Citation II.

The US Navy used the Citation II for training in radar systems. The Cessna Citation uses turboprop engines. With a turboprop engine a portion, typically a small portion, of the power generated by means of the turbine is used for driving the compressor. The basic components of a turboprop engine are its compressor, combustor, turbine and propelling nozzle, there is also the intake. Take air into its intake, compress this air with the compressor, combine the compressed air with fuel in the combustor and watch it combust. As this combusts, the hot gases will expand through the turbine.

What wasn't used to drive the compressor is sent to the propeller where more expansion of the hot gases takes place in the propeller's nozzle as the propeller is spinning. Turboprop aircraft come in handy in out of the way locations where gasoline in an aviation grade is scarce but jet fuel is plentiful.

This plane is ideal for smaller corporate flights and fits the air ambulance model of the software as well.

More details can be found on their web site here.

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Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens is a flight simulation industry expert with over 20 years of experience and also has 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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