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Twin prop engine passenger aircraft required

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Can anyone recommend a 60's onwards 20-26 passenger twin prop aircraft which'll work in P3Dv3.4 please?



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Hi Sue, 

Sorry, its taken me some time to reply.  I've been busy re-installin P3Dv4.1 and all the scenery and getting stuff to work on it...the excellent PF3 ATC for example.  If LM wants to convince people its a real training aid, they really should up their game on that.

Thanks for this info' Sue.  I've had the B-1900 but although I think probably the real aircraft is ok I didn't really like the way you had to fiddle with the P3D version.

I'll certainly have a look at the BeechD18S Wheeled.  Its a new aircraft on me.

All the best.



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Only problem with the D18S is it only seats 8 which is a bit smaller than your requirments.  B-1900 is closer with 19 passenger load.


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