Orbx’s PAC P-750 XSTOL

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.

The PBR texturing really enhances the visual model with the sunlight bouncing off the rivets.
The PBR texturing really enhances the visual model with the sunlight bouncing off the rivets.

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.

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