27.3.2021 – 20:30z

NextGen Simulations Releases Embraer EMB 110 for MSFS

After detailing the development of the aircraft earlier this month, NextGen Simulations have today proudly released their first aircraft for the Microsoft Flight Simulator. The release was quite unexpected as it was originally scheduled for April this year with only a possibility of releasing earlier.

Bringing the Embraer EMB 110 to the new simulator, the addon features three aircraft variants (EMB-110P, EMB-110P1, EMB-1101PK – freighter) all optimized to run well, interactive in-sim checklists, custom-coded animations and systems logic, enhanced avionics, or authentic soundpack.

Additionally, the aircraft was developed using the latest SDK technologies and the developer promises it to both look and behave accurately. The complete feature list as well as a set of previews can be seen below.

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The aircraft can be purchased through SimMarket for approximately €29.75 with VAT excluded.

Embraer EMB 110 Bandeirante is a Brazilian twin-turboprop aircraft for both military and civil use. Produced between 1968 and 1990, over 500 units were built with primary users being Brazilian Air Force and Wiggins Airways. With a service ceiling set to 21,500ft, the aircraft has a range of about 1,000 nautical miles.

Feature list

  • Three accurately modeled variants of the EMB-110: EMB-110P, EMB-110P1 & EMB-110P1K (freighter version of the EMB-110P)
  • Frame-rate friendly models while keeping good look-and-feel
  • Fully MSFS SDK-compliant development, featuring native GLTF format, high-quality PBR-ready textures, native rain effects and scratching details in windshield windows and frosting effects in the aircraft structure
  • Ramp Manager EFB with possibility to animate doors & take control of ground handling equipment
  • 12 different liveries in total between all variants, of different EMB-110 operators from all over the world. More details below.
  • Full use of interactive in-sim checklists
  • Accurately rendered 3D virtual cockpit, with virtual cabin included
  • Custom-coded animations and systems logic virtually everywhere in the aircraft
  • Fully modernized avionics for better modern flight operations, including an easy-to-use autopilot system
  • Authentic PT6A-37 engine soundset plus cockpit sounds, thanks to the full potential of Wwise

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