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ATR 72-500 (Wallpaper 3)

Sunday, September 25, 2011

ATR 72-500 Aircraft Wallpaper 3
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ATR 72-500 (Wallpaper 3)
3. Photo wallpaper gallery of ATR 72-500 Aircraft. 3. ATR 72-500 Aircraft pictures and images collection.
From the tip of its nose to the tip of its tail, this is one beautiful aircraft add on, inside and out! If you want to find out what it takes to fly the ATR 72-500, Flight 1's product is the closest thing I've seen yet! Those of you "seasoned" flight simmers that are familiar with various avionics of larger aircraft, i.e., FMC's (Flight Management Computers) and the like, will find this product especially realistic. I’ll get into details on that aspect in a bit. You simmers out there that have experience with your basic "heavies" that are default with MSFS 2004 and previous versions, will find a whole lot more avionics than in your average default aircraft! For you newcomers to the world of flight sim, I would have to say that as complex as this product may seem, there are options and tutorials that can get you up and running in...I was going to say no time at all, but in fact, there is some challenge in authentically learning to "fly" this aircraft. You can, however, start from three different options that you can set up in the Configuration Manager, that Flight 1 so handily provides with there products. These options are; cold and dark (man oh man, someone should have gotten here sooner and warmed this cockpit up a bit! BRRRRR!!!), Ready for Boarding, or Ready for Taxi (someone DID show up and warm her up for you, but where's my coffee?)! This package has a lot to offer at any level of experience. So, even if you are new to this hobby, you learn by challenging yourself, and this package is a great challenge, indeed! The ATR 72 is a version of the ATR 42 lengthened by 4.5 m (14 ft 9 in) and with modified wings. It was announced at the 1985 Paris Air show and made its maiden flight on October 27, 1988. Exactly one year after that, on October 27, Kar Air commuter airline of Finland became the first company to put the plane into service. Production locations. Alenia Aeronautica’s manufacturing facilities in Pomigliano near Naples produce the aircraft fuselage and tail sections. Aircraft wings are assembled at EADS Sogerma Services in Bordeaux in western France for Airbus France. Final assembly, flight-testing, certification and deliveries are under the responsibility of ATR in Toulouse, France. Three main variants: AT 72-200, the original production version. ATR 72-210, with updated engines. ATR 72-500, originally named the ATR 72-210A, with higher weights and improved airfield performance. The first ATR 72 freighter with a large cargo door was unveiled at Farnborough 2002. Deliveries. At March 2003, 370 ATR 42 have been ordered and 306 ATR 72, totaling 676 orders. Of these orders, 655 have been delivered. There are 109 operators of the complete ATR range (ATR 42 and ATR 72) in 72 countries. Details. Accommodation: 2 crew + 74 passengers. Cargo/baggage:10.6 m³ (375 ft³). Max speed: 275 knot (509 km/h). Range: 910 nautical miles (1,685 km). Wingspan: 27.1 m (88 ft 9 in). Length: 27.2 m (89 ft 2 in). Height: 7.7 m (25 ft 2 in)

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