A True FSX Cessna C310

Another nice release today for FSX, Brett Henderson and Alejandro Rojas Lucena release a sweet looking Cessna C310 for FSX.  This model was developed in GMAX and includes a full virtual cockpit and the eye candy we are used to seeing in FSX.   Both of these authors are known their outstanding aircraft, Brett’s C177 (reviewed here) and Alejandro’s B707.

You can take a look at it and other aircraft over at their website Flight Simulations and Designs.  On their main page, they have some development screenshots of a Lockheed L-188 Electra.  Keep an eye on these gentlemen, they are providing us all an outstanding service with their releases!

update 01sep08 – I took FSND’s C310Q for a quick test flight from Santa Barbara Municipal to Santa Maria Public Airport.  I have to say, this is one impressive flightsim model.  From the detailed virtual cockpit to the stable and realistic flight dynamics, to the above average exterior model, this model is a must for everyone’s FSX hangar.  Some screenshots below for your enjoyment! 

 

front shot c310

Climbing out of SBA, the engine and wing detail of this model is superb.

 

 

Crossing the Gaviota Vortac at 6,000 feet.

Crossing the Gaviota Vortac (GVO) at 6,000 feet.

 

The virtual cockpit is a wonderful place to do business.

The virtual cockpit is a wonderful place to do business.

 

Landing runway 30, Santa Maria after a joyful flight.

Landing runway 30, Santa Maria after a joyful flight.

 

On the Aviation Unlimited ramp at SMX.  Plenty of eye candy in this model.

On the Aviation Unlimited ramp at SMX. Plenty of eye candy in this model.

I have got to thank FSND for developing this model and releasing it as freeway.  I can see many hours of joyful flight simulator time in the virtual cockpit of this new model.  Thank you!

Cheers!

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One thought on “A True FSX Cessna C310

  1. I believe this is a 310R, not a Q. One of the obvious differences is that the Q had a shorter nose. Googling images of each will bear this out.

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