Flight Procedures Simulation Releases Embraer 190 for X-Plane 12

Flight Procedures Simulation (FPS) has recently released its Embraer 190 add-on for X-Plane 12. This is the next aircraft in line after the E195, which was released last summer. The developers behind the new Embraer 190 are the same as those who created the Supercritical Simulations Group (SSG), so this is not their first project for X-Plane. The Embraer 190 comes packed with a range of features.

The Embraer E190 is a member of the Embraer E-Jet family. This Brazilian-made aircraft is a narrow-body airliner. The project was initially revealed by Embraer in 1997, but it was not officially unveiled until two years later. In 2002, the first E-Jet had its maiden flight, and the E190 model made its debut in 2004. The E-Jet family comprises of four commercial airliners, including the E170, E175, E190, and E195. To date, 568 E190s have been delivered, with the most prominent operators being JetBlue (48), Aeroméxico Connect (46), KLM Cityhopper (32), and Tianjin Airlines (31). Thanks to these operators, the E190 can be seen all over the world.

The new Embraer 190 is packed with features, such as a highly accurate rendition of the E190, tons of animations, wing flex animation, custom lights, a detailed 3D cockpit, a custom FMS system, a custom flight model, custom sounds, an integrated tablet, and much more.

The add-on is currently available on the X-Plane. Org Software Store for $69.00. However, there is a sale going on at the moment, and the price has been reduced to $55.00.

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