Flysimware Dassault Falcon 50, V1.8C

Flysimware has released a new product update for the Dassault Falcon 50 for FSX and Prepar3D. Specifically, the latest release brings the software up to version 1.8C and features a number of additions, fixes, and general improvements to the existing aircraft build.

Please see below for a complete update changelog according to the developer.

New Features

  • New payload manager layout with new features that lets you customize payload with more precise range.
  • New visual Fuel truck for changing fuel payloads with sounds. Fuel truck requires engines off and parking brake on.
  • New gear sound with wind, new wind sound, new wheel whine sound and flaps handle sound.
  • Tires are increased in polys to make the roundness smoother.
  • New seatbelt textures and some other various placards in the cabin area.
  • GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT added to user manual table of contents. See page 43.

Bugs & Updates

  • Flight dynamics updated. N2 accuracy is increased. More throttle lever range for higher rpm to help maintain speed.
  • Improved glareshield lighting.
  • Tooltip for the vertical speed hold fixed for fsx.
  • The Hobart sound fixed.
  • Both HSI ADF/VOR needle updated. See the new updated user manual page 10 section 9 for detailed info.
  • The ITT now has a minimum of 15 Celsius displayed for the lowest temp.
  • The APU Generator load now reads between 3 and 5 Amps.
  • Emergency lights now turns off the VC dome light when off or armed.
  • Beacon and strobe lights for P3D updated for flash rate time.
  • Engine gauges updated for accuracy on which bus is powering each unit. See the new updated user manual page 29 section 24 for detailed info.
  • The kohlsman inhg no longer will skip values. It will repeat a value every 12 clicks just as the default tooltip does.

Please note, the update was sent to all stores on Thursday and should be available now or very soon.

To review the complete announcement, see the source post via Avsim. For more information about the Flysimware Falcon 50, visit the product sales page via the developers website.

*Image courtesy of Flysimware.

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