Virtualcol, Airbus A220 + Beechcraft 99

Virtualcol has announced two new projects for FSX and Prepar3D.  Specifically, both the Airbus 220 and Beechcraft 99 are currently under development and planned for release early next year.

With respect to the Airbus A220, the developer writes, “Know about the latest advances of model AIRBUS A220-100 and AIRBUS A220-300.  This product will include 2 models and 2 variations, 6 repaints, original sounds, virtual cockpit operative with switches and knobs in 3D, wipers effects, engine fans in 3D and wing-flex effects.  Date estimated to release: February 2019.”

Moreover, regarding the Beechcraft 99 project, the developer explains, “Know about the latest advances of our BEECHCRAFT 99 model in versions Airliner, Commuter B and C and Cargo.  This product will include 4 variations, 40 repaints, original sounds, virtual cockpit operative with switches and knobs in 3D, wipers effects and other surprises.  Date estimated to release: January 2019.”

Check out some preview images below.

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To review more screenshots, visit the official project development page via the Virtualcol website.  As always, stay tuned for more.

*Images courtesy of Virtualcol.

2 Responses

  • Low level of simulation, flight systems, and dynamics are 2/10. No FMC, even with Aivlasoft V2, the addon is so weak that it is impossible to fly an ILS correctly without overshooting or zigzagging. I paid 20€ for a low-quality addon. Qualitywings Avro P3D v4 is 17€ with a medium to the high-quality addon. I feel like scammed with Virtualcol.

    If you are flying in a virtual airline or over networks (VATSIM and IVAO) don’t buy this addon, Carenado is way better to fly special and non-standard aircraft.

    If you are just looking to make a video with an A220 landing in Zurich from a spotter point of view (camera next to the runway) it will be perfect.

    • Thanks for the feedback Alex, sorry to hear about your experience with the product. Have you thought about contacting the developer regarding these issues?

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