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Flight One Releases Boxed Baron 58

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Flight One Releases Boxed Baron 58

 

Posted on Saturday, July 29 @ 13:31:21 BST by darklord

 

Flight One Software has now released the boxed version of the DreamFleet Beechcraft Baron 58 for FS2004. This popular light twin is part of DreamFleet's "Greatest Airplanes" series. For more information, click on Read More.

 

Flight One Software and DreamFleet continue their Greatest Airplanes flight sim series with their latest release, the Baron 58 now available in a superb boxed package for Flight Simulator 2004.

 

For those who own the Beech A36, the Beech Baron 58 will feel like a comfortable shoe. Why? The Baron 58 is based on the Beech A36, and is known around aviation circles as the "Twin A36". If you step inside a Baron, and do not notice the dual throttles and engine gauges, you might think you are in a Beech A36, or vice-versa; that is how similar (in most cases identical) they are on the inside.

 

The Baron 58 continues the Flight 1 / DreamFleet tradition by providing users the latest in Flight Simulator technology. The aircraft is another DreamFleet Trendsetter; the first GA aircraft to feature Reality XP's new, ultra-realistic Sandel 3308 EHSI with Storm Scope! Also provided is Reality XP's latest Garmin GNS530 GPS system (GNS 530XP 2005 v 5.2â„¢). The package also includes a fully interactive virtual cockpit & cabin, complete moving parts, accurate flight dynamics, high resolution instrument panels, plus much more.

 

Already in receipt of numerous awards for the quality of the software, this great value boxed edition also includes a quick start guide with checklists and performance data to get you up and flying this beautiful aircraft quickly.

 

Sim pilots can purchase directly from SimShack.net

 

 

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