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News! - Aircraft Release! - Embraer 312 AT-27 Tucano by Brazilian Flightsim Development Group (BFDG)

 

The tandem-seat single-turboprop basic Brazilian trainer, the Embraer 312 AT-27 Tucano has been released by Brazilian Flightsim Development Group (BFDG). This high speed trainer is the middle point aircraft from small single-engined trainers to transition up to the larger jet fighter aircraft.

 

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Powered by the immensely powerful Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6 A-25C turboprop, 552 kW (750 hp), the aircraft was also built under license for the UK RAF to Short's of Ireland, and that variant is know as the Short Tucano.

 

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Features Include:

 
  • High-resolution textures
  • Nice custom sounds
  • Virtual cockpit and cabin with animated switches, knobs and levers
  • Custom gauges
  • External tanks, gun pods and bombs fully functional
  • Easy to use interface to turn pilots in/out, HUD, GPU, chocks and covers
  • Realistic Flight Characteristics tested by real life pilots
  • Systems and warnings systems modelled
  • Sasl Menu for selection options
  • English manual – user friendly – checklists
  • 14 texture packs including: Brazilian Air Force, Fuerza Aerea Venezolana, Colombiana, Argentina, Iranian Air Force, French Air Force (Armé de l'air) Royal Air Force, and private liveries

 

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Requirements:

X-Plane 10.40+ (any edition)

Windows, Mac or Linux
512Mb VRAM - 1Gb VRAM Recommended

 

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The Embraer 312 AT-27 Tucano by Brazilian Flightsim Development Group is NOW available! from the X-Plane.Org Store here :

 

EMB 312 AT27 Tucano

 

Price is US$24.95

 

Images are courtesy of X-Plane.OrgStore

 

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Stephen Dutton

1st July 2016

Copyright©X-Plane Reviews: X-PlaneReviews

 

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