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NEWS! - Aircraft Release : Let L-200D Morava by Pannon Wings Design Team (PWDT) and NH Adrian Let, sounds Eastern Bloc doesn't it, and it is. Aircraft Industries, a.s., operating as LET, n.p., is a Czech (formerly Czechoslovak) civil aircraft manufacturer and its most successful design has been the L-410 Turbolet. Formally LET initially built gliders, but moved into full aircraft production with the LET Aero Ae-45, a teardrop shaped machine that sold very well. Now released is the LET L-200D Morava, which was produced between 1957 and 1963, it was a two-engine touring, twin-tail and light passenger aircraft designed and produced by Let Kunovice and the first pure LET aircraft, for the period the L-200D was simply an revolutionary aircraft in design and performance. The developers are not actually new, as Pannon Wings Design Team (PWDT) and NH Adrian having already developed a Zlin Z-142, a Yak 18T, also done a C152 Mod and also created the ASK21, their latest is probably their most ambitious project yet with the iconic Let L-200D Morava. Features Full PBR materials in 4K resolution Blank livery for talented painters Amazing Night Illumination with dynamic lighting system. Incredible amount of detail on internal and external model Lot of custom animations Accurate flight dynamics tested by real L-200 pilots and instructors Accurate system modelling Incredible VFR sensations Virtual Reality (VR) compatibility 4 Liveries Custom FMOD Sounds Immersive Virtual Cockpit Seats (pilot / copilot / passenger) are modeled Use of manipulators throughout Easy to read high quality panel AviTab support RealityXP GNS430 v2 support Full 3D instruments with real 3D lights All switches, arms, levers, knobs are functional 3 different cockpit language (English / Hungarian / Czech) Checklists The Let L-200 Morava is a retractable landing gear four seat light twin which was one of the few light aircraft to be exported from behind the Iron Curtain during the Cold War era, albeit in small numbers. The Morava is distinguishable by its twin tails, standard thermal wing deicing equipment and inverted inline engines. The prototype XL-200 Morava flew for the first time on April 8 1957. The XL-200 prototype and a series of preproduction. L-200s were powered by 120kW (160hp) Walter Minor 6-III inline sixes. The L-200D remained in production until 1969, and 5 aircraft were licence built in Slovenia (then part of Yugoslavia) by Libis. Most L-200 production aircraft was sold to customers within the Soviet Bloc - Aeroflot for example operated a large number in a range of different roles. However small numbers were exported to western Europe, the USA and Australia. Please be aware, Morava is a multi engine aircraft without autopilot, so not an easy-to-fly aircraft! Always use appropriate checklists when you fly. The Let L-200 Morava is now available from the X-Plane.OrgStore There is a Support forum for the L-200D Images are courtesy of Pannon Wings Design Team and NH Adrian _____________________________________ Yes! - Let L-200D Morava by Pannon Wings Design Team (PWDT) and NH Adrian is NOW available from the X-Plane.Org Store here : Let L-200D Morava Price is US$25.99 Requirements X-Plane 11 Windows, Mac or Linux 4 GB VRAM minimum - 8 GB+ VRAM Recommended Download Size: 1GB Current version: 1.0 (July 13th 2021) ___________________________ News by Stephen Dutton 14th July 2021 Copyright©2021: X-Plane Reviews (Disclaimer. All images and text in this review are the work and property of X-PlaneReviews, no sharing or copy of the content is allowed without consent from the author as per copyright conditions) All Rights Reserved