Rotate Simulations’ MD-11

An immersive and engaging freighter add-on

As early as the late 1970s, McDonnell Douglas had started looking at what may, eventually, supersede the DC-10. The aim was better efficiency, longer range, more passengers and a truly ‘global’ aircraft that could still uphold the same values as the DC-10 but bring the aircraft into more modern times.

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