Best known for their highly accurate flight simulation hardware often used for flight training, RealSimGear has in recent days released the Garmin G500 avionics addon for X-Plane 11. It is the first standalone software product released by the company.
The addon basically integrated the Garmin G500 avionics suite to the supported aircraft of your choice. These aircraft include, for example, the default Cessna 172, or TorqueSim’s BN-2 Islanders. The developers promise to deliver more integrations in the future. The addon is of course compatible with RealSimGear’s G1000 PFD/MFD.
The G500 Avionics Suite is also compatible with the RealityXP GTN and GNS avionics and features detailed map views showing the flight plan, traffic, terrain, airports, airways, and more. The developers did their best to recreate the G500 avionics as accurately as possible for the best immersion and ability to train real-world procedures.
Accurate avionics with detailed menus and configurability.
An integration into default Cessna 172 is included, ready to fly, with the download!
Already integrated into the TorqueSim BN-2B Islander and BN-2T Turbine Islander – and more integrations are coming!
Detailed map views showing the flight plan, terrain, traffic, airspace, airports, airways, highways, cities, and more!
Unparalleled custom avionics for X-Plane.
Waypoint information page, able to retrieve detailed information about airports, VORs, and more, right from the G500!
Integration with the RealityXP GTN and GNS avionics for even more accurate behavior!
Helicopter configuration, with flipped displays for right-sided mounting.
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