Aerobask Velocity V-Twin


The V-Twin has a slippery shape, cruising along at around 200 knots TAS.

With X-Plane 11 gobbling up a significant amount of market share in recent years, it is interesting to see developers new and old embrace the platform and explore the capabilities the simulator allows for. Aerobask was an early entrant into X-Plane development and has been building a solid reputation for turning out unique aircraft that take full advantage of the X-Plane engine. With recent hits such as the Eclipse 550NG and Epic E1000 Skyview among others, the crew at Aerobask has turned its attention to a twin-engine piston aircraft with a futuristic design that has garnered attention for its advertised safety and efficiency: the Velocity V-Twin.

The Dynon Skyview can be popped up to a 2D presentation. The deeply modelled system is one of the most intricate and functional navigation suites we’ve seen in an X-Plane product.
The weight and fuel and ground menus provide for instant loading and adjustment of passengers, fuel, control over doors, filling oxygen and ground service options such as chocks and a ground power unit.

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