Blue Bird Simulations Shares 'Interesting Features' Video on their 757 for MSFS - Bluebird Simulations, Microsoft Flight Simulator

Blue Bird Simulations Shares ‘Interesting Features’ Video on their 757 for MSFS

Blue Bird Simulations took to their Facebook page to share a preview video showcasing interesting features of their upcoming Boeing 757 rendition for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The video was created by Ehviator, a real-life 757 pilot who is also a technical advisor at Blue Bird Simulations. In the video, Ehviator goes over some interesting features of the 757, all of which will be included in the upcoming rendition.

The video begins with Ehviator reiterating the commitment and dedication of Blue Bird Simulations to bring the Boeing 757 to Microsoft Flight Simulator.

A focus on the Boeing 757’s Rolls Royce RB211 engines is then given. The fan blades and the spinner of the rendition can be also seen.

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The video then shifts onto the front gear section of the aircraft. You may notice that something on the screenshot is missing, let us know in the comments if you figured out what it was.

Finally, Ehviator goes over the P62 Panel, a panel used by engineers to extinguish and shut down the APU if a fire breaks out.

Watch the video to listen to the in-depth explanations of these features. Please note that this video does not reflect the final rendition of the aircraft.

If you want to learn more about Blue Bird Simulation and their upcoming Boeing 767 rendition, read George’s article.

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The Boeing 757 is a twin-jet narrow-body airliner. It made its maiden flight on February 19, 1982, and was in production until 2004. The 757 was released in three main variants: the 757-200, the 757-200F and the 757-300. The Boeing 757 is now mainly used for medium-haul passenger operations across the US and as a freighter on other continents. Notable operators of the aircraft type include Delta, United and FedEx.

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