Browsing: Learjet

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Lionheart – Learjet LJ24B P3D4 2nd Generation

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Lionheart Creations has launched ‘Generation 2’ of the Learjet LJ24B package.  An extensive update that features tons of modifications and updates which includes modifications to sound management handling, coding to systems, better autopilot and fuel system management with coding improvements to the fuel system. Now compatible with P3D4.

FSX

MilViz – Lear 60XR VC Preview

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MilViz team is revealing their work in progress status in the virtual cockpit of their future Learjet 60XR. And the current 3D model with its textures set is already beautiful ! Check out their existing catalogue at simMarket and see how well are reviewed their products by the other customers.

FS2004

Learjet External Displays

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The PFD and MFD displays developed by Simscape for the Learjet in FSX, P3D and FS2004 are now also available as standalone programs to make them run on different PC machines via your network. The MFD has two modes for the navigation display, or the engines and systems data. All of…

FSX

New Learjet Appeared

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Franz-Luftfahrt from Cologne has released a Learjet model for FSX (SP2/Acceleration). Some of the features include “….. highly detailed exterior FSX SP2 aircraft model with self-shadowing, specular, reflection, and bump maps. Animated control surfaces and animated door sequence. NASA, US-, Swiss- and German-Business Jet paint schemes….”. And many more. there’s…

News

Bill Lear Jr. Died

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The designer and developer of the famous Learjet has died at the age of 81, December 14th. For those of you interested to learn more about this interesting man, who many considered as a pioneer of the business jets, Bill Lear wrote a biography entitled “Fly Fast … Sin Boldly;…

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Xtreme Prototypes Bizzjets

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Xtreme Prototypes in a press release announces the release of its 20 Series add-on business jet package for Microsoft Flight Simulator X, available now on CD-ROM or for download. “…. The classic Learjet 20 Series aircraft, nicknamed “fighters in civilian clothing” because of their sleek design and amazing performance, were…