Ifly 747v2 SP1A
Both military and civil versions Everything from the Goodyear blimp to the Zeppelin Beautiful shots taken while the sun is below the horizon Accident, incident and crash related photos Photos taken by airborne photographers of airborne aircraft Aircraft painted in beautiful and original liveries Airport overviews from the air or ground Tail and Winglet closeups with beautiful airline logos. This is what kept me from Aerosoft's Airbus. Even though I am a big fan of 747 and an all-time supporter of iFly see my current signature banner for instance , I have to agree. You can change the many different autopilot options and change the setting for each display unit and much much more. But I've heard some people say it uses less than the 777.
Apart from the added eye candy, the overall look of the cockpit was executed flawlessly. If this is the case, rest assured that if you can operate the most basic of aircraft add-ons, you will have absolutely no issue with using the iFly 747 v2. Our team is a group of very passionate Flightsim people, and we use this pattern and it is very effective. There is also a profile view that also works quite nicely. So I have parked it in the hangar and enjoy performance back with the above mentioned addon planes. She transported the equivalent of 80% of the human race. The Boeing Factory is the biggest factory in the world.
For those who have it, what do you think of it? Erik is very motivated for what he is doing and he never budge an inch when he is committed to make his dream come through no matter what it takes to get there. It looks beautiful, but the lack of wingflex makes it look 'toyish' in the air. And for now, that's exactly what this bird is. For example, System 1 and 4 controls the Trailing Edge Flap, Landing Gear, Brakes, Steering and it also provides power to the Primary Flight Controls. The reason I am writing this is because I always appreciate a little info on a new airplane. So for those of you interested in the new iFly 747 here are a few quick shots in no particular order. In the entire development process the only reference data we use are the real 747-400 flight and maintenance manuals.
Sadly I don't have the ability to produce good quality repaints, although I have done a couple for my personal use, so I'm happy to wait until the professionals release theirs. In fact, the 747 is so well known that from the very first glance, just about anyone can spot errors in a replica of the 747. The picture below shows what it typically looks like. Can you spot the differences between these displays? For a detailed explanation of these features, I would highly recommend that you read the manual. . Given the complexity of this product, would you say that your target audience are advanced simmers or can just about anyone enjoy using this product? Frame-rates are poor considering the small size of the software and the lack of detail, pointing to a lack of optimisation in the code.
All the download links and details can be found on the. I'm sure that, systems wise, the iFly is pretty good. However, with this aircraft, surprises lurk at every phase of operation. The list of options found in this tool is quite extensive and it covers both basic and complex options that related to the systems. First of all, I thought it would be a good idea to find out more about the iFly development team and the 747 project.
The quality of the textures was superb and the modelling detail was equally stunning. You can download and install real-world flight plans, whether it's from simroutes or onlineflightplanner, or wherever you get get your routes. I have to say some feature can't be modelled due to platform limitation. Well it is impossible to give you a detailed list but here is a summary of the major work. Boeing agreed to deliver the first 747 to Pan Am by the end of 1969. But what about the performance? I particularly like the fuel and hydraulic systems.
Clouds are even known to form near the 11 story high ceiling. While the videos may be a bit lengthy, I strongly encourage you to see for yourself how detailed aircraft really is. The wing bounces nicely when taxiing. It's very inconsistant with frame rates and smoothness. The aircraft supports Active Sky Next for the on board weather radar, which is a very nice feature as it is one of the most realistic weather engines out there. Here are a few screenshots of the virtual cockpit.
The new add-on, published by Flight1 is part of service pack 3 of the original product which also adds a bunch of new features too. Last but certainly not least is the cockpit night lighting which looks great as well. After reviewing the manuals on how to use the configuration tool and on how to add liveries, I would also encourage you to review the flight tutorial document which is some 90 pages long. I strongly encourage you to read about the new approach procedures of this aircraft since it is now as true to life as possible. He's one of the most prolific painters out there, and I hope the reason he hasn't moved all of his repaints from one of his previous projects is because the paintkit, texture maps are hard to work with.
As you can see, the airplane looks great. If we were to go into further detail, the hydraulic system is actually made up for four 4 independent systems which share the function of powering various aspects of the aircraft. As far as the Terrain radar is concerned, it effectively displays the terrain as expected. Since then, the 747 has seen many changes which included more efficient engines, greater passenger capacity and cockpit upgrades that saw the elimination of the flight engineer. This is especially visible after arriving at the destination airport. Some retraining will most likely be needed in order to fly the aircraft correctly.