QualityWings Ultimate 757 Collection for Prepar3D v4

After a long time here it finally is. The QualityWings Ultimate 757 Collection has been released for Prepar3D v4.

The original QualityWings 757 aircraft model was released many years ago for 32-bit Microsoft Flight Simulator X. Today it is a brand new story. The QualityWings 757 is now available for Prepar3D v4 and with over 100 realistic animations, TCAS system, autopilot with LNAV, VNAV, autoland, and many other features make the new QualityWings Ultimate 757 Collection one of the best 757’s for Prepar3D v4 out there!

The main competitor of the new QualityWings Ultimate 757 Collection is the CaptainSim 757 III which has many great features as well. All these things make this battle between QualityWings and CaptainSim even more interesting for us customers. In this case, everyone wants to be the one on top and as we all know “Any competition is good competition”.

QualityWings Ultimate 757 Collection comes in 5 variants and 15 models:

B757-200 Passenger

Rolls Royce RB211-535E4B
Rolls Royce RB211-535C
Pratt & Whitney PW2000 Series

B757-200 Special Freighter

Rolls Royce RB211-535E4B
Rolls Royce RB211-535C
Pratt & Whitney PW2000 Series

B757-200 Package Freighter

Rolls Royce RB211-535E4B
Pratt & Whitney PW2000 Series

B757-200 Air Force Variant (C-32A)

Pratt & Whitney PW2000 Series

B757-300 Passenger

Rolls Royce RB211-535E4B
Pratt & Whitney PW2000 Series

QualityWings offers many liveries which is a big plus. You can download liveries from their official website.

Here is the whole Feature List:

  • Detailed 2D Cockpit featuring both Widescreen (16:10 aspect ratio) and Standard (4:3 aspect ratio) resolution bitmaps
  • Standard 757 gauges or Retrofit LCD displays upgrade based on real world 757/767 Cockpit Retrofit
  • Detailed 3D Virtual Cockpit with parallel functionality as 2D environment. If it works in the 2D, it works in the 3D
  • Option of using Round ADI or Speed Tape ADI, as well as single cue and dual cue flight directors
  • Autopilot with VNAV, LNAV, Flight Level Change and Autoland capability.
  • Thrust Mode Select Panel
  • EICAS System with accurate differences between Rolls Royce and Pratt & Whitney
  • EICAS Messages as well as EICAS Aural Sounds modelled
  • Traffic Collision Avoidance System with aural warning sounds
  • Customizable Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS) with FULL Altitude Callout. You choose which callouts you want!
  • 757/767 Retrofit Displays Upgrade Option included
  • Standard and LITE panel modes available on the fly via the QualityWings Control Panel. Standard mode balances realism and simplifed approach. Optional LITE mode available for those who REALLY want things SIMPLE.
  • Options Galore (Available via Config file)
  • Flight Management System
  • Exceptional attention to detail and typical characteristics of the B757
  • Over 100 realistic Animations, including:
    • Shock Strut Compression with realistic animated bogey tilt behaviour, controlled by XML
    • Realistic XML controlled Wingflex, reacting to turbulence
    • Realistic XML controlled Flap system including simulated Flap Relief System
    • Realistic XML controlled Slat system including Auto Slat feature
    • XML controlled Flight/Ground Spoilers
    • XML controlled rudder (locks at low speeds)
    • All primary Flight Controls
    • Super Smooth Gear animation
    • Detailed Thrust reversers with Blocker Door animations
    • Entry/Service/Cargo Doors with CORRECT animation (controllable by the Qualitywings Controlpanel® )
    • Realistic Nose Wheel Steering
    • APU Door (opens only when APU is running)
    • Outflow Valves and RAM Air inlets
    • AOA Sensor
    • Wheel Chocks

You can purchase the QualityWings Ultimate 757 Collection for Prepar3D v4 on the Flight1 store for less than 15 dollars. If you are a Microsoft Flight Simulator or Prepar3D v1/v2 user you can buy it for the same price on Flight1 store as well.

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