Carenado Releases CT182T Skylane G1000 for X-Plane 11

By
Luke Phillips
Friday, October 11, 2019

Carenado has released their latest product for X-Plane 11: the CT182T Skylane. The aircraft is the X-Plane 11 version of the developer’s previous C182 for X-Plane 10, which was part of their “HD Series”.

The aircraft features full VR support, full PBR implementation, and a realistic flight model tested by real-world pilots of the aircraft (full feature list below).

The Cessna 182 Skylane is a 4-seat aircraft built by Cessna and produced in a range of variants, including the conventional tricycle gear configuration, or with retractable gear. The aircraft was introduced in 1956 as a tricycle variant of the C180, and since then has become the second most popular Cessna model after the C172. The version that Carendo has simulated is powered by a 235HP Lycoming piston engine and was certified in August 1980.

Features:

  • Fully VR compatible
  • Updated X-Plane default G1000
  • Specially designed engine dynamics for XP11.
  • Flight physics optimized for XP11 standards.
  • Physically Based Rendering materials and textures throughout.
  • PBR materials authored with industry-standard software used by the film and gaming industries.
  • Realistic behaviour compared to the real airplane. Realistic weight and balance. Tested by several pilots for maximum accuracy.

Carenado also recently released their Fokker 50 for X-Plane in late August. The aircraft features 4K textures with PBR, FMOD sounds and Librain integration. Browse the full Carenado X-Plane collection here.

The Carenado C182 for X-Plane 11 can be purchased for $34.95 from their website.

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