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Razbam SA2270BC Metroliner III for P3D

Razbam SA2270BC Metroliner III for P3D

Razbam SA2270BC Metroliner III for P3D

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SKU DL-RZMETROP3D
COMPATIBILITY P3D v2.x ONLY
MEDIA INSTANT DOWNLOAD
SIZE (Mb) 387
PUBLISHER Razbam (MORE)
 
Regular Price: $49.95
Price: $15.00
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P3D v2 users can now enjoy the Metroliner III model from Razbam in their sim. This classic twin-engine prop aircraft is available in both passenger and cargo-carrying variants, and is a high-quality model very worthy of adding to your virtual hangar. Grab your copy now here at PC Aviator!

The Metroliner III has been used by many well-known airlines around the world, and in Australia, it is used by Sharp Airlines, TNT Cargo, TOLL and Regional Express (REX) Airlines. Sharp, TOLL Aviation and TNT liveries are featured in this download package. The panel is modelled very well in this add-on and the external model is well-detailed. Performance is good and the entire package is typical of RAZBAM quality. Buy and download now from PC Aviator.

The Fairchild Swearingen Metroliner or the Fairchild Aerospace Metro is a 19-seat, pressurised, twin turboprop airliner first produced by Swearingen Aircraft and later by Fairchild at a plant in San Antonio, Texas, United States.

The RAZBAM SA227-BC Metroliner for P3Dv2 includes the following amazing features and innovative functions:

  • Highly detailed exterior and interior models
  • Very comprehensive representation of cockpit systems which include:
    • AFCS (Autopilot)
    • Detailed and comprehensive navigation instruments
    • Faithfull representation of the EHSI gauge
    • Weather Radar
    • Detailed electrical and hydraulic systems and panels
  • Detailed cockpit and exterior lights
  • Passenger and Cargo load manager
  • User's Manual in PDF Format

Liveries included:

  • Bearskin Airlines "Spirit of Sioux Lookout"
  • Key Lime Air
  • Ameriflight
  • LC Busre
  • Swedish Air Force C26
  • Life Flight MEDEVAC
  • Sharp Airlines
  • Perimeter Aviation
  • Toll Aviation
  • Skippers Aviation
  • Aerolitoral
  • Aerolitoral (Old Livery)
  • Fuerza Aérea Mexicana (Mexican Air Force) C26
  • US Navy C26
  • US Air Force C26
  • TNT Australia
  • RAZBAM Sims (Special 10th Anniversary Livery)

Paint kit is included

Version 1.1 Includes the following:

New models:

  • Swedish Air Force TP-88 AEW
  • US Air Force RC-26
  • Fuerza Aérea Mexicana (Mexican Air Force) RC-26
  • US Air Force RC-26B

New functionality:

  • New GPS modes: Approach, Calculator and Aux
  • Propeller start locks
  • User configurable realism settings

The Metroliner was an evolution of the Swearingen Merlin turboprop-powered business aircraft. Ed Swearingen, a Texas fixed base operator (FBO), started the developments that led to the Metro through gradual modifications to the Beechcraft Twin Bonanza and Queen Air business aircraft, aircraft he dubbed Excalibur. The SA227-AC Metro III was initially certified in 1980 at up to 14,000 pounds (6,350 kg) this increasing to 14,500 pounds (6,577 kg) as engines and structures were upgraded. An option to go as high as 16,000 pounds (7,257 kg) was offered. Externally, improvements incorporated into the Metro III were a 10 ft (3.05 m) increase in wing span, four-bladed props, redesigned "quick-access" engine cowlings and numerous drag-reducing airframe modifications, including landing gear doors that close after the gear is extended.

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