Aerofly’s Boeing 777

An interview with Jan Hanuschik from IPACS on the development of the platform’s newest aircraft.

The Boeing 777 is one of most popular wide-body airliners. At the end of last year, the team at IPACS (the makers of Aerofly FS 2), decided to bring the highly sought-after jet to its simulator. We sat down with Jan Hanuschik, IPACS’ lead aircraft developer, to find out more about the aircraft and its development.

The 777 features a realistic aerodynamic flight model and a highly detailed and interactive cockpit with full VR hands support.

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