Carenado King Air B200 for X-Plane 11, Version 1.1

Carenado has released a new product update for the developers Beechcraft King Air B200 for X-Plane 11. The latest release brings the software up to Version 1.1 and features a number of fixes and general improvements to the existing aircraft build. Items of note include exhaust blur using the new particle system and adjusted flight dynamics for X-Plane 11.30+.

Please see below for a complete update changelog.

  • Fixed lights
  • Adapted flight dynamics to XP11.30’s latest physics fixes (gear, flap, & fuselage drag, beta mode, cruise speeds)
  • Tweaked fuel flow for FL200 and up
  • Adjustments to prevent “hot starts”
  • Fixed radio tuning knobs
  • Autopilot heading issue addressed
  • Moved cockpit to inside “objects” folder
  • Improved VR configuration, and made yoke click spots less obtrusive in VR
  • Created exhaust blur using new particle system
  • Adapted throttle quadrant handles to new “drag rotate” manipulator standard
  • Corrected quick view locations
  • Adjusted trim, prop feathering, CG, rudder phaseout

To review the original update announcement, see the source post via Facebook. For more information about the Carenado King Air B200 for X-Plane 11, visit the product sales page via the developers website.

You may recall, the developer also recently updated the King Air C90B for X-Plane 11.

*Image courtesy of Carenado.

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