Fs2002 Aircraft Ampjet Amphibious Jet Beta By John Fay Beta Version Of A New vogue Amphibious Jet. This liberation Is To bring in User Feedback For Improvemants. seem In Readme For liaison Info. Features let in A full operational Dvc, All Moving Control Surfaces, Working setback Thrusters, Visible passion Exhaust,working Gear Suspension, initiative Passenger And Cargo Doors,rolling Wheels,stearable poke Wheel, Working body of water Rudders, asset very much More. by John Fay
Team of 3 talking Flight Instructors with optional text captions displayed in XPlane Scoring system rates all phases of flight taxi take off cruise approach landing more Fly anywhere in the world with an instructor Easy to use Land anywhere you like and your instructors will know which runway you have chosen Just get lined up with a runway ahead of you when you descend in landing mode The instructor will look ahead figure which runway you are heading for and announce where you are going to land Instructor knows which runway you are taking off from Instructor will comment and give advice on the runway you have selected Instructor knows which runway you are landing at Even without ...
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Fs2002 Aircraft Ampjet Amphibious Jet Beta By John Fay7.50 of 10 over a total of 4 reviews
4 user opinions
I would rate this aircraft a 10 but wont only for 2 small reasons: 1) The supplied panel is a bad one but any twin engine, jet fighter panel makes it look awesome. 2) The aircraft cant be beached from the water onto land. The aircraft bounches and crashes down into the ground and you crash. Otherwise a wonderfully fun aircraft to come out. If you have any amphibious aircraft like this, please send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like to rate this AmpJet with a 12 ! This is a master example of creative design. An airplane that makes aerodynamically and statically sense too! In other words, it could be a real plane. Highly forgiving flight dynamics. Well, I parked by amphibian Twin Otter, and it will be the AmpJet from now on. You did an amazing job!