Browsing: DA40

News

Alabeo DA40 For X-Plane 10 Now at simMarket

By 0

Alabeo’s DA40 is now available on simMarket. Featuring Vision Microsystems VM 1000 Engine Instruments, Two Default X-Plane 10 GNS430’s along with High quality textures etc its certainly an awesome plane for a flight. For more information or to purchase it head over to the store page.

X-Plane

Alabeo – DA40 Released For X-Plane 10

By 0

Alabeo’s DA40 has literally just been released on their store. You can head over to their store and get yours today although its for X-Plane 10.30 or higher. It features; Two Default X-Plane 10 GNS430, Volumetric side view prop effect, Vision Microsystems VM 1000 Engine and more.

FSX

Alabeo DA40 interior pics

By 1

Alabeo opened the doors of the Diamond DA40. Jump in and have a glance at the virtual interior and panel for the first time. The gauges have not been inserted on the 3D panel yet, but the seats, belts and textures already give a nice overview of the airplane interior.

FSX

Alabeo next project revealed

By 0

The sophisticated Diamond DA40 is a trendy light aircraft for pilots studying with the modern glass cockpit environment, but it’s also well adapted for travels. You too, will be able to choose your kind of use of it when Alabeo release it. Well, be patient, as they have just announced the…

Add-on or Expansion Pack

Lionheart “Fleet Pack” Available

By 0

Fans of Lionheart’s models can now get their hands on a pack covering five of the developer’s models, from the LSA Aerospool WT-9 Dynamic through the Diamond DA40, Quest Kodiak and Epic LT Dynasty to the private jet shown above, the Epic Victory. The aircraft are all designed for FSX…

FSX

Review: Iris Pro Series – Diamond Star XLS

By 5

The IRIS Diamond Star DA40 XLS is a reasonable model of this new style type of GA plane ie made from composite materials with radical design features. It looks good and flies very well and it has its own sounds which are unique to this plane. In general terms the instruments are good, being specially developed for the Iris DA40 they are clear and functional with a few minor niggles. The DA40 has a range of over 700nm so it is quite useful for those 4 to 5 hour flights and at a cruise of around 150KIAS, it’s no slouch. Being equipped with a “glass cockpit” ie the G100 it can be flown for both VFR and IFR flight. In terms of performance, size and design you would have to compare the DA40 to the Cirrus SR20, the Columbia C400 (much faster) with the choice coming down to personal preference and how fast that you want to get there. The Interior looks a little flat, I would have expected more detail in the seating but there are 2 interior colours available (as in the real deal). As I have noted on several previous occasions, it does not have facilities for loading, maintenance or repair during use, and that would have made it a much better plane in my opinion. This is the first GA plane developed by IRIS FSS and it shows great promise for the future. In the words of Flying Officer KITE: “Jolly good show” (courtesy of the BBC).