Orbx Releases 750 XSTOL for MSFS

The developers at Orbx have taken to their Facebook page to announce the release of their rendition of the PAC P-750 XSTOL for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The add-on features a very accurate 3D model, real fuel and electric systems derived from real-world documentation, and almost all of the circuit breakers are functional. Furthermore, the developers have modelled a virtual tablet to configure aircraft settings like ground power, display units and avionics suite.

The user can choose between three variants. The passenger variant, the cargo variant, or the skydiving one with a skydive door, working skydive jump lights and a pilot-operated door handle for high-speed descent capability. These details really enhance the experience of the user. Orbx has included 13 different liveries of real-world operators.

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The PAC P-750 XSTOL is a utility aircraft used for transporting passengers and cargo, skydiving, and agriculture. The unique design of the PAC 750 allows for Extremely Short Take-Off and Landing (XSTOL). It needs less than 244 meters to perform a take-off or a landing.

If you wish to purchase this aircraft, you can do so through the Orbx Store for approximately 25€. If you want to learn more about Orbx and their recent projects, I suggest you have a look at Patrik’s article here.

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