Presenting the Boeing 757 Family of Aircraft!
The Ultimate 757 Collection is the most extensive 757 Package ever created for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
There is truly something for everyone in this collection. Every 757 variant ever to come off the production line has been reproduced. Featuring 'Mid-Level' systems programming, QualityWings simplified the simulation experience whilst providing both the look and feel that make the 757 such a special aircraft to fly
The 757-200 is a medium-sized twin-engine jetliner incorporating advanced technology for exceptional fuel efficiency, low noise levels, increased passenger comfort and top operating performance. Offering great versatility, it can fly both long and short-range routes and its broad use effectively lends itself to "hub-and-spoke" planning.
The 757 freighter is a derivative of the 757-200 passenger jetliner. Similar in external appearance except for the lack of passenger windows and doors, the 757-200 Freighter is designed to accept up to 15 cargo containers on its main deck. A large side cargo door in the forward fuselage, a single crew entry door just ahead of it leads to a windowless freighter interior measuring 6,600 cubic feet of cargo space. Additional freight can be carried in the lower holds located forward and aft of the wing.
The 757-300 is a stretched version of the 757-200, giving an extra 23 feet 4 inches (7.1 meters) in length. This extra length allows it to carry 20 percent more passengers and increases the available cargo volume by nearly 50 percent.
The flight deck - designed for two-crew member operation - pioneered the use of digital electronics and advanced displays. Offering increased reliability and advanced features over older electro-mechanical instruments, it boasts a fully integrated flight management computer system (FMCS) for automatic guidance and control of the 757-200 from immediately after takeoff to final approach and landing.
High quality sound-sets are provided for both Pratt & Whitney and Rolls Royce Engine variants. We promise they are THE most realistic renditions of the powerplant ever available for the Microsoft Flight Simulator series. The engine sounds were recorded from the actual powerplants during an engine run through the COMPLETE throttle range.
Release Date: 29 July 2011