Aerobask GA Aircraft

Moderators: Tony, Sharkku, Greyman, Bruce_C, Stevil

Aerobask GA Aircraft

Postby Greyman » Mon Nov 06, 2017 4:31 pm

From my experiences, the Aerobask aircraft that i have tried, namely the Eclipse 550NG, Epic E1000, Pipistrel Panthera and Velocity V-Twin all work perfectly with FlyInside and XP11, up to 11.05 at least.

Their big touch-sensitive avionics make them a dream to fly and they aren't too bad on the fps either.
ASUS Hero VIII Motherboard, I7-6700K, EVGA GTX1080FTW, 16GB RAM, Windows 10
Oculus Rift/Touch with 1.19 Runtime
Warthog HOTAS and MFG Crosswind pedals
FlyInside XP 1.83 : X-Plane 11.05r2
(I have FI FSX too, but will say when post relates to that)
Greyman
 
Posts: 359
Joined: Sun Apr 02, 2017 6:09 pm

Re: Aerobask GA Aircraft

Postby Natman22 » Thu Nov 09, 2017 10:19 am

I second Greyman’s sentiments on the Aerobask airplanes. The Epic 1000, Velocity and Eclipse 55NG are the only airplanes that have avionics that are easy enough for me to manipulate with the mouse that I don’t have to take the VR headset off to make changes during a preflight or flight. Finding and tuning/ changing the proper ATIS frequency in VR is a breeze as is inputting a flight plan or selecting, or changing an approach while in flight. Same with selecting altitude, vertical speed and heading. The Aerobask avionics are much easier to manipulate with a mouse in VR than the frustrating concentric rotary knobs and the vertical speed dials on the Garmin 430/530 style avionics in some of my other favorite VR airplanes. The Garmin 1000 series avionics in other planes such as the TBM 850 are a little easier than the 430/530 for inputting waypoints but you still have to deal with the concentric knobs for selecting certain functions. I would love to see an Aerobask Phenom 300 or Pilatus PC 12NG!
Natman22
 
Posts: 9
Joined: Sun Jul 30, 2017 7:46 am


Return to Aircraft Compatibility with X-Plane

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest