REVIEW: Mad Flight Studio’s Spectr-Aero SP-30

ADD-ON FOR X-PLANE 11

A VFR trainer and utility aircraft

Comparable in size to a singleengine Cessna, the SP-30 has a taller stature but weighs only 1,091Ib at maximum weight.
The SP-30 can be outfitted with low, medium or high pitch propellers for better take-off or cruise performance.

System requirements

X-Plane 11. Windows, Mac or Linux. 4GB VRAM minimum. 8GB+ VRAM recommended.

Download size: 1.1GB

It has been a good year for us fans of bush and utility aircraft with many releases for both Prepar3D and X-Plane. Earlier in the year, new X-Plane developer Mad Flight Studio released its unique Spectr-Aero SP-30. Manufactured in Russia, the SP-30 is basically an upgraded version of the Zenith CH-701. Marketed as a training and utility aircraft, the SP-30 is a rugged performer and Mad Flight Studio has gone to extraordinary lengths to enhance the experience by adding some unique features to this module.

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