Leading Edge Simulations Updates Saab 340 for X-Plane 11

Leading Edge Simulations, an X-Plane 11 developer responsible for a variety of GA aircraft such as Beechcraft Duchess, Beachcraft Sundowner or DC-3, has updated their rendition of Saab 340 to version 1.6.5.

The information about the update has been shared through the X-Pilot forums by the founder of X-Aviation, Cameron. This update brings us new CTOT, taxi lights, improved autopilot as well as elevator trim, and a bug fix to G/S/ Horizontal Deviation Indicators.

The developer also noted that this is the last Saab 340 update of the v 1.6.x series. To update the aircraft, you have to log in to your X-Aviation account and redownload the aircraft.

In order to properly update the aircraft to v1.6.5, re-download the aircraft files from the X-Aviation store and replace the previous ones. The aircraft can be purchased exclusively through the previously mentioned store for a price of $49.95 or €41.15.

Changelog

  • CTOT (Created new torque value curves for Power Lever to more closely match actual try %)
  • Taxi Light (Adjusted brightness value)
  • Autopilot/Elevator Trim (Fixed bug preventing proper trim when autopilot engaged)
  • Auto-Latch (Added User Pref option to all variants to prevent improper reset)
  • AEW Left ITT Digital Display (Fixed bug hiding LED generic instrument)
  • G/S / Horizontal Deviation Indicators (Fixed bug causing indicators to not display under certain conditions)
  • Saab/Sim Hanging (Fixed bug where loading Saab at certain airports would hang the sim)


Author: Patrik

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