DC Designs' Concorde Review

An icon comes to Microsoft Flight Simulator

For many, Concorde’s association with Microsoft Flight Simulator (MSFS) needs no introduction. More than 20 years ago, it appeared front-and-centre on both the standard and professional editions of the FS2000 packaging, and since then, good quality versions of the aircraft for the platform have acquired a somewhat mythical status. While detailed add-ons for commonplace tubeliners have graced our home cockpits with relative frequency over the years, adaptations of this complex and highly strung supersonic jet only come around so often. DC Designs has been at the forefront of producing the Concorde for the last couple of incarnations of Microsoft Flight Simulator, so with this in mind, its adaptation for MSFS came as very welcome news to the community.

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