A rugged workhorse with a high power-to-weight ratio
The PAC750 isn’t the most beautiful aircraft but it certainly is a functional one. It also happens to be the latest third-party single-engine turbine aircraft released for Microsoft Flight Simulator (MFS), joining the likes of the popular Daher Kodiak and Pilatus Porter in the utility exploration class for the simulator.
With a high-lift wing, powerful 750hp Pratt & Whitney PT6A-34 engine, 3-blade Hartzell fully reversible propeller and sturdy fixed tricycle undercarriage, the PAC750 is a true go-anywhere aircraft. It’s perfect for venturing away from the long asphalt runways within MFS and out into rough unpaved bush strips, short-field and high mountain top landing sites. Air Kasthamandap even flies the type on a regular scheduled service to world-famous Lukla airport at an elevation of 9,337ft in the Himalayas.