Carenado, a long-time flight simulation developer, has today released an update for their Cessna T182T Skylane for the Microsoft Flight Simulator. The aircraft was the first to be sold for the new simulator and has not been updated since the initial release making this its first update.
It is unclear from the announcement what version has the aircraft been update to, but as the changelog was included, it is clear that both fixes and improvements are featured in the update.
The new version features, for example, fixed flood light effects, fixed autopilot activation logic, improved textures and sounds, improved static elements, or fixed autopilot NAV mode in the aircraft. The complete changelog can be found below.
In order to update the aircraft, simply run the simulator and the aircraft should update itself automatically. Carenado calls this “new era“. If you want to purchase the aircraft, the only way of doing so is via the Microsoft Flight Simulator Marketplace for €27.
- Fixed Flood Light effects.
- Fixed stby altimetter baro setting.
- Fixed Horometer
- Fixed autopilot NAV mode
- Fixed autopilot activation logic
- Improved stall characteristics
- Implemented tablet over pilot’s yoke to set desired airplane flight condition
- Implemented static elements
- Improved stall alarm sound
- Improved textures
- Improved sounds