Aerosoft Further Previews Twin Otter for MSFS

Aerosoft’s Mathijs Kok has recently taken to the Aeorosft forums multiple times to share new previews of the up-and-coming rendition of Twin Otter aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Alongside the Twin Otter, Aerosoft is as well working on a CRJ, that is scheduled to be released this month, and the Airbus series for the Microsoft Flight Simulator.

All recent previews can be seen below in the article. They are showcasing the aircraft both in the simulator itself and in the modelling software. It is clear from the previews, that Aerosoft is aiming to bring as much detail to the aircraft as possible.

The developers are, amongst other things currently working on the seats, lighting, and details in the cockpit. Regarding the cabin, the aircraft will upon release feature two cabin variants – one with seats and one with cargo space.

The de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter is a 19 passenger utility aircraft with STOL capabilities, manufactured in Canada. It has a high rate of climb due to its twin turboprop engines, which make this a popular aircraft for both commuting and cargo uses.

The price and release date unfortunately remain unknown.

Author: George

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