Some XP 11 'French Fancies'

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ducati900ss
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Some XP 11 'French Fancies'

Post by ducati900ss »

Not British, but some from our near neighbour - don't think many in the X-plane community are aware of these?.......

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Wassemer WA40 from http://frenchvfr.free.fr

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Aero AT-3 from http://frenchvfr.free.fr

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MS 733 Alcyon from http://royalefrenchnavy.restauravia.fr/ ... ations.htm

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Re: Some XP 11 'French Fancies'

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Nice find, I had some of these guys work in FSX, nice to see them moving into XP11.
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Nigel H-J
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Re: Some XP 11 'French Fancies'

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Nice find, I had some of these guys work in FSX, nice to see them moving into XP11.
Same here, all too often you have to rely on what X plane.Org have in the offering and really great to find other developers building aircraft on external sites such as here.

Though pity the ones' here are not converted for use in X-Plane. :((

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Re: Some XP 11 'French Fancies'

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Oooh,.. I did my PPL in the AT3. I'll download it when I get back (still in the USA, just about to finish my IR) and I'll let you know how it feels.

Paul

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Re: Some XP 11 'French Fancies'

Post by Nigel H-J »

Oooh,.. I did my PPL in the AT3. I'll download it when I get back (still in the USA, just about to finish my IR) and I'll let you know how it feels.

Paul
Hi Paul, good to hear from you and also that you have nearly completed your IFR Training. Will be very interesting to read your verdict on the AT3 since you actually flew it and look forward to reading your comments.

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