Microsoft announced that have started to develop both ATR 42-600 and ATR 72-600 in partnership with Aerosoft (Hans Hartmann, founder of Digital Aviation and main developer of the CRJ series for the German publisher). The turboprop were engineered in the 1980’s in the South of France, by the company Avions…
New video available to follow the current project of ATR 72-600 by MilViz. It’s now the turn of the FMS to show us the flight plan edition. Reminder : It’s a project for both P3D and X-Plane.
https://youtu.be/WwIasc5Ao5Q Step by step, follow the instructions to create a flight plan with the FMS of the ATR 72-500 in the model of Carenado. For example, the FMS supports the airways insertion to avoid to edit every waypoint of the flightplan. And you can also select the SID/STAR procedures to…
Fly the beautiful turboprop ATR 72-500 accurately modelled by Carenado for P3D up to v4 and FSX. As usual from this team, expect PBR materials and HD textures with real startup procedure.
Favorite turboprop of many virtual pilots, the ATR 72-500 will come back in P3D and FSX through Carenado collection. Preview screenshots revealing both exterior and virtual cockpit 3D models are published on their Facebook page.
The very high quality model of the ATR 42-500 designed for P3D v4/v3 and FSX by Carenado is available at simMarket. Calibrate your screen and open your eyes to get ready for the 4096×4096 pixels textures and their PBR effects (in P3D v4).
New screens of the ATR project from Milviz ! The airlines liveries work has begun, check their Facebook. Their pack will have variants 42 and 72, and with compatibility for P3D, X-Plane, and FSX.
https://www.facebook.com/Milviz/videos/457513744784359/ After the screenshots of the virtual cockpit in last October, the ATR 72-600 has now the first animations set ! Check Milviz post at Facebook to follow their turboprop project for X-Plane.
WOW effect guaranted with MilViz and their current work-in-progress screens taken from the virtual cockpit of their ATR in X-Plane. They are working on the ATR 72-600 and 42-600 models.