FSX Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 The C-130J is the well-nigh recent version of the Hercules and the entirely model silence in production. outwardly comparable to the classic Hercules in universal appearance, the J model is a real another aircraft. These differences let in new Rolls-Royce AE 2100 D3 turboprops with Dowty R391 complex scimitar propellers, digital avionics (including Head-Up Displays (HUDs) for apiece pilot) and scaled knock down bunch requirements, two pilots, one burden master, and one bunch chief. The C-130J flies faster, higher and widespread than all previous C-130 models. fully cluster for FSX/SP2 (DX9 graphics), tailored 2D and Virtual Cockpit panels with HUD, & Garmin avionics. tradition sound, full animated parts, true life history flight model. 4 covering/liveries included - USAF, USCG, RAF and United States Marines aristocratic Angels bear out aircraft. by Jean-Pierre Brisard and Bob May - prime minister Aircraft Design.
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FSX Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 The C-130J is the most9.63 of 10 over a total of 8 reviews
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Very fun airplane to fly. Although the VC cockpit intruments may not be totally authentic, they are extremely easy to use and very informative. The plane sucks fuel up faster than you'll expect like the person said ealier. The plane flys well, looks great, and has some nice opening and closing hatches. Very nice job. Thanks.
works fine, with the same level of quality than a microsoft model! Really amazing, Congratulations (and thanks!)
A suggest perhaps to the developers : to add a feature to the virtal cockpit. A click to hide (or, alternate, to show) the yoke, as in some commercial products, would offer a better view on the panel, especially the speedmeter.