Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Aerobask: Round Robin's All Around


You are but one or two paragraphs away from owning this beautiful aeroplane...


Can you see yourself flying this beauty over some scenic land perhaps towards a setting sun or away from a summery dawn breaking out from down under?

Well then, Aerobask have made it happen by setting the "Thank-you!" bar as high as it can possibly go by thanking their X-Plane customers and community by way of donating this spectacular aeroplane as freeware.



This latest Aerobask arrival is a delightful VR-ready four seat Avions Robin DR401 fitted with Garmin G1000's and powered by a FADEC driven diesel engine.



The wow-factor behind this story is that Aerobask haven't just delivered a fabulous aircraft, but they have delivered it to all X-Plane pilots irrespective of whether they are Aerobask customers or not. What a wonderfully generous gift this is!



If you have in the past flown some VFR flights under the skies of MS FSX and/or LM P3D, then you'll know just how real this can seem.



But you see the thing is, until you've flown VFR with photo-scenery and autgen overlays under the skies of X-Plane 11, then you haven't really experienced the very best that FS has to offer, and with aircraft such as Aerobask's Robin DR401, it just gets better and better!



To add to this already heady mix, I am reliably informed that with an Oculus Rift connecting the sim-platform to the sim-pilot as a single entity, simply put, flight simulation just doesn't get any better than this, period.



To Aerobask I say thank-you and well done, but not just for your immaculate Robin DR401, but for the spectacular GA fleet creations that you have brought to life under our most favourite skies - the Diamond DA62 and DA42, the Pipistrel Panthera, Eclipse 550NG, the Epic Victory, the Antares motorglider, the Viperjet, the Velocity V-Twin canard, and the Fokker DR-1 (find them all here).



Aerobask - it's time to sit back, relax, and bask in your own limelight!

Visit X-Plane.org to download your copy.


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