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News! - Aircraft Release! - PA23 Aztec F 250 HD Series from Alabeo


The first Twin-Engined Piper was a development of the "Twin Stinson" design by Stinson aircraft, but the duel tail version never made it into production. The result for Piper was the Apache and then later it was called the Aztec.


Now Alabeo have released their version of this very popular early 1950's light twin aircraft with the later 1960's version of the F 250 with the 250hp Lycoming O-540-A1D engines (hence the "250") and improved systems, cambered wingtips and tailplane tip extensions.






Custom PA23 sounds
Volumetric side view prop effect
High quality 3D model and textures.
Blank texture for creating your own designs.
Accurately reproduced flight characteristics
64-bit compatible.
FPS-optimized model.
SuperManipulator scroll wheel support






Technical Requirements
Windows XP -7-8 (or higher) or MAC OS 10.8 (or higher) or Linux
X-Plane 10.40 (or higher)
i5 (or equivalent) 2.5 GHz - 8GB RAM - 2GB Video card
520MB available hard disk space






  • 6 hd liveries
  • 2 different color panels
  • 1 Blank texture
  • Normal Procedures PDF
  • Emergency Procedures PDF
  • Performance tables PDF
  • Reference PDF








The PA23 Aztec F 250 HD Series from Alabeo is now available from Alabeo:


Price is US$32.95


Images & Text are courtesy of Carenado©


Developer site : Carenado.com





Stephen Dutton

Update: 14th July 2016

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