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NEWS! - New Images : Aerobask shows off more images of the Falcon 8X


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Teasers are the name of the game lately, keep you wanting... but still waiting. It is Aerobask's turn this time with new images of their ongoing development of the Dassault Falcon 8X, the long range version of the successful Falcon 7X. The aircraft is being developed with Dassault Aviation as a partner (or authorised in partnership with Dassualt) to create the most authentic Private Jet yet.


Details continue to filter out, but again there is no release date or even any idea of a release of this most anticipated aircraft for the X-Plane simulator, but notable was the book and vase of flowers in the aircraft...  personally I would rather have a coffee machine, but then again that is just me. Note the excellent EASy III Flight Management Window display...


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Price, around US$50 would be about right...  The Aerobask X-Plane.Org development page is here - Dassault Aviation Falcon 8X


Images are courtesy of Aerobask



News by Stephen Dutton

6th July 2021

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I'm guessing the price tag will be more inline with the likes of HotStart. Their TBM is $65.00. So i figure this aircraft will be arount $70.00. As long as it has simular systems depth and a nice flight model i can accept up to 70. Heck look at what Justflight put out with their 146 with a stock L&R FMC junk. They be charging over $80 bucks for that bird. Not knocking it though. Other than the fmc totally worth it. This still a cheaper hobby than boating or motorcycling LOL.


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