Andrzej Borysewicz Provides Reassurance on the Development of the CRJ-Series
The CRJ-Series for X-Plane 11 headed by Andrzej Borysewicz is continuing to make progress, according to a post in its Facebook group.
The aircraft was initially developed by Supercritical Simulations Group (SSG) for a couple of years.
However, the evolving tools of X-Plane and the coronavirus pandemic led to the decision to suspend development twenty-eight days ago.
Borysewicz, who had put a lot of effort into producing the aircraft for X-Plane, "did not want to wait until next year."
As a result, SSG handed off the project to Borysewicz, although it is currently unclear if SSG will pick the project back up again in the future.
The developer also said they can put more focus into their existing two projects "for a new simulation era," with the possibility of incorporating the technology they are working on now into the CRJ aircraft.
Today's post included one image as shown below, along with reassurance that work is now progressing despite the fact it is not affiliated with any company as of yet.
"Hello CRJ-700 fans. Just wanted to let you know that the project continues to be developed," wrote Borysewicz. "It is not under any studio yet etc. but it is being worked on. I will try to post something here on few weeks basis to keep you updated.
"Here is screenshot of WIP on electrical part of overhead panel.
"FYI, that area inside the button cavity was [added] and is NOT mapped yet."
Stay up-to-date with the project by joining the Facebook group here.