Just Flight’s Duchess Model 76

A light twin with some unique system features

Just Flight has recently released the Beech Duchess for FSX/P3D which, as we found, has been packed with new features…

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 Born to compete

In the heyday of general aviation, all the major manufacturers produced a single engine, four-seat aircraft that could be used for more advanced training and cross-country flights. Beechcraft’s offering was the Musketeer and its point of difference from other companies was its higher payload and very robust trailing landing gear. Then in the mid-1970s, Beechcraft was looking at developing an aircraft to compete with the emerging Piper PA-44 Seminole and Cessna C310 twin piston-engined aircraft.

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