Flysimware Learjet 35A for MSFS Releases for Early Access

Flysimware has released their Learjet 35A into early access. The Learjet 35A, which was previously available in P3D, has been updated to take use of new features found in MSFS. According to Flysimware users of the older FSX/P3D version will notice this product to be more accurate with a steep learning curve to understand the compex systems of the aircraft. 

The Learjet 35 first flew in 1971 ands started production in 1973, with the upgraded Learjet 35A starting production in 1975. The learjet 35 is a light business jet that can carry about 8 passengers. The learjet 35A is an upgraded version of the airplane with more powerful TFE731-2-2B engines and upgraded avionics. The 35A also supported wing-tip fuel tanks that extended the range of the aircraft to around 2,700 Nm. 

The Flysimware Learjet 35A is currently in early access, with no manuals or tutorials included at this time. Flysimware stated that the product is flight worthy, however a discord is available to discuss systems and aircraft bugs, updates will be available to address bugs before the final release. The FSW Learjet 35A currently supports the Asobo Garmin 530 as well as both the PMS/TDS GTN 750. 

To join this early access period for the Flysimware Learjet 35A, head over to the Flysimware Store. The cost to join the early access is $39.99 USD and will include an update to the final release when available. For more information about the product, see the Flysimware Discord.  

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