DC Designs announces Concorde (FSX/P3D)

DC Designs has taken to Facebook to announce their next project. Estimated for late summer is the Concorde. This makes it the second developer to announce a Concorde in the past month after Aeroplane Heaven did the same almost two weeks ago. The aircraft went out of service in 2003 and is most famous for its supersonic flights.

The developer says the aircraft has been in development for quite some time. It won’t be a study-level airplane. The developer aims more for the entertainment market but does confirm that all pilots will be busy when flying this icon. The aircraft will be compatible with FSX, P3D and FS2020, once that releases. For now, we can enjoy these external shots of the aircraft. Pictures of the cockpit should come soon.

Author: Dag

I first got into aviation 5 years ago. I bought FSX: Steam Edition first and used that for about a year. I wanted something more realistic and decided to buy some addons and eventually upgrade to Prepar3D and that's what I still use today. I've always loved writing and doing research and am very happy to put it to good use here.