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IFR Flight with Business Jet Challenger 300 X-Plane 10 and scenery. X Plane 10 Bombardier Challenger 300 Download Speed. 8/19/2017 0 Comments Aircraft Encyclopedia - Aircraft List. The aircraft type encyclopedia of flugzeuginfo. Until today a total number of 1. And the encyclopedia is still growing with some hundreds more to come. The range of aircraft starts with the very early ones like the Wright Flyer. This aircraft is basically a more advanced version of the CRJ, and shares many cockpit similarities, though Bombardier says it is a newer, clean-sheet design. For me, it was a good step up from turboprop aircraft (in my case, the default King Air C90B). Review: VMAX Challenger 300 For X-Plane. The Bombardier Challenger 300 for X-Plane from VMAX isn't exactly new but it's still one of the few bizjet add-ons for this flight simulator. Being older, it's also ideal for pilots like reviewer Shawn Weigelt who are running older computers.
The famous Challenger 300 by dden, one of X-Plane's most popular aircraft with the full XP11 Treatment.
The Bombardier Challenger 300 is a new generation business jet capable of transcontinental flights. This aircraft has been designed to let you fly this high-performance aircraft just like a real pilot does. All systems have been programmed to work the way they do in the Challenger 300.
Superb Modeling in and out:
- Awesome 3D model - Fully decorated and animated luxury cabin
- Many high-resolution liveries
- Considered by many to be the best looking aircraft in X-Plane
- VR support (more to come as X-Plane progresses)
Fully Functional Virtual cockpit:
- Crisp and easy to read high-resolution panels
- Click to toggle between 3D and easy view
- Suitable for beginners and experts (You decide you level of realism)
Systems modeled after the real Challenger 300:
- Air conditioning/pressurization
- Aural/visual alerts
- Flight instruments
- Fuel system
- Flight controls
- Ice & Rain protection
As accurate as it can be:
- Accurate Flight Model
- Tested and approved by real Challenger pilots: 'As a pilot with several years experience flying Challenger 300s, I can say that this model is extraordinary. Cockpit switches and systems are faithfully reproduced. Flight modeling is accurate and predictable. It truly captures the experience of flying the Challenger 300. Highly recommended!' IAN
Windows 7 / 8 / 10, Mac OS 10.10 or Linux 14.04 LTS (64 bit)
At least 2 GB VRAM Video Card (4 GB VRAM recommended)
Download-Size: 110 MB
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- Added LibRain plugin support. Download the plugin here - https://github.com/skiselkov/librain/releases/download/v0.12/librain.plugin.zip and install to Challenger300_v2_XP11plugins folder
- Added latest Terrain Plugin support (TAWS test mode) - https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/37864-terrain-radar-vertical-situation-display/
- Added script for additional commans, called 'newcommands.lua'. Custom commands can be added to it
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I purchased it after reading a recommendation in another thread on this sub, and reading some reviews and watching youtube videos of the aircraft.
I applied the most recent XP11 patch for the aircraft. which was linked in the X-plane.org store in the dev thread, when I purchased this plane.
For the most part I'm pretty happy with it. The performance seems reasonable compared to the real world version. The current version uses the XP11b FMC, which is not perfect (but quite a bit better than the XP10 FMC, from what I understand). Occasionally, the autopilot does something I don't want, but at this point I'll chalk that up to my own mistakes. I will say that if you don't program a flight plan close to your STAR or final approach, it seems to bug out and lose the destination airport. Not a problem with this aircraft, it's a problem with the XP11b FMC.
It seems like most people who post here are either concerned with the heavy metal, or basic GA stuff. It's funny that bizjets seem to be lost in the middle. This aircraft is basically a more advanced version of the CRJ, and shares many cockpit similarities, though Bombardier says it is a newer, clean-sheet design. For me, it was a good step up from turboprop aircraft (in my case, the default King Air C90B)
The aircraft was apparently developed with help from an actual C300 pilot, and he answers a lot of questions in this thread, which, despite being 5 1/2 years old, was very helpful to me in learning the aircraft.
Using the aircraft in XP11b9, I've found out a few things:
The default ATC assumes you're a prop plane, and wants you to descend from FL450 in 15 nm, and yells at you if you start a normal descent 120 nm out. I don't think this is a problem with the aircraft, rather this is a problem with beta ATC. When I fly this plane, I configure my flight plan in the FMC, and pretend that's what I was cleared for (though I'm interested in trying this in VATSIM).
The RNAV approach to Toncontin will not line you up with the runway. I assume it's because I'm supposed to hand fly the plane from TG011 to land. On my second attempt, hand flying it, I was lined up with the runway, and ran into a flock of birds, so I ended up pulling a TACA Flight 390.
I'm not sure if it's a hardware issue on my side, but I can't get Mach Hold to work beyond a minute or so. I can stabilize the speed at my desired Mach (0.80), and engage Mach Hold, and it will start oscillating until it exceeds the Mach Hold limits. I can basically set the N1 to 72%, and it stays close enough to M080 at FL450 over a long period of time that I don't really need Mach Hold.
As someone who didn't blink at spending $70 on XEnviro, I feel this ~$30 was well spent.