PC-12 Ready to Roll

Shade Tree Micro Aviation (STMA) has released the Pilatus PC-12/47G for X-Plane 10 and 11.

The aircraft features 15 high-resolution liveries, animated doors, realistic lighting and wing icing effects.  The flight model was made with the cooperation of a Swiss PC-12 pilot and is designed to be used by both casual X-Plane users and professional pilots.

Other features include a virtual cockpit, which uses the new X-Plane manipulator and the systems and instruments replicate the ones in the real aircraft.    The complex custom avionics include two X-Plane XP530 GPS, both of which are controlled through the PC-12 Electronic Flight Control System (EFIS).  This can be autopilot-coupled, providing the ability to fly complex flight plans based on VOR/ADF or RNAV waypoints.

External animations are a ground power unit and a remote control tug to move the aircraft into and out of our HangarOps  animated hangers.  The package also comes with a new popup STMA dock which enables you to operate the doors and window blinds; pop up portions of the instrument panels  to make adjusting settings more easy for aging eyes; and instantaneously swapping out the cabin between the Luxury Passenger  and Medical Evacuation.

Documentation consists of real equipment manuals and authentic Pilatus PC-12/47 pilots information manual (PIM) to describe the aircraft’s systems.

An auto-updater is also included to checks for updates every time you load an AU-enabled model in X-Plane.

Click here for x-plane.org

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