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I recently posted X-Plane 10 screenshots of a FedEx 787F overflying Hurricane Sandy, and many of you have contacted me to inquire about that livery. Yes, I did create that – and no, it’s not perfect. But if you still want it anyway, you can download it here.

May 19, 2020 Thomson Airways livery for the Magknight 787: Aviator's Edition v1.4.2+ What's New in Version 1.1.0 See changelog. X-Plane.Org Powered by Invision Community. X-Plane Boeing 787 Dreamliner + UFMC X737FMC 2.8, 4 years, Software, 1, 284.13 MB. Oct 14, 2018 - 3 min - Uploaded by R1 AviationShowcase of the Boeing 787-9 by Magknight. Features: New engine fanblades. Jun 21, 2018 Boeing 787-9 by Magknight First of all let us clarify that this Boeing 787 is not related to the original Heinz Dziurowitz version of the B787 (that aircraft was the B748) but outwardly and inwardly they are very similar as both used only native basics of X-Plane (Planemaker) makes them very much in the same design. Magknight Aviation announces the release of v1.7.0 of their 787 Aviator's Edition for X-Plane. This is the biggest update since initial release. Highlights include improvements to the fuselage and cockpit art, an improved fuel system including fuel jettison, automatic checklists and upgrades to the ACARS system to support enroute operations.

There are two main issues with it that make me not-so-happy:

  • First, the lights from the fuselage windows are visible during night flying. Even though there are no widows in this livery, I’m not exactly sure how to disable that feature when this livery is selected from the main control panel. Maybe it’s a simple fix – I have no idea. If anyone knows the solution, I’d appreciate it if you could let me know.
  • The second issue is that I wasn’t sure how to add in the FedEx logos on the engines so that they would display properly. The paint kit only offers the ability to paint the inner and outer engine cover – one template each for both engines. So that means that if you put a logo on it, it will look good on one side of the aircraft. But the other side will be reversed! This is actually sort of hard to explain, but it will quickly become evident if you start messing around with X-Plane paint kits.

But whatever. I initially created this livery for myself (and it was good enough for who it was for), but many of you have expressed an interest in using it. That’s great…I’m happy to share! But please know that it’s not completely accurate and I’m not claiming that it’s the best one out there. So don’t come complaining…

Despite it’s inaccuracies, I enjoyed making it. I’m definitely going to make more of these liveries for the X-Plane 787 whenever I can. But I gotta be honest and say that my airliner art has a higher priority. There just aren’t enough hours in the day!

Please click here to download this livery.

FlightFactor, a well-known X-Plane 11 aircraft developer standing behind projects such as A350, B757, or A320, has today taken to their social network profiles to share a new set of previews showcasing their upcoming Boeing 787 rendition in X-Plane 11.

Today’s set of previews is the first set of previews to showcase the overall cockpit in the simulator. All three previews can be seen below. It is visible from the screenshots, that the aircraft does not have systems and some animations implemented yet.

It was stressed by the developer, that the previews might not represent the final look of the aircraft’s cockpit as it is still a “work in progress”.

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No new information has been disclosed about the expected release date or pricing details.

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Developers have mentioned in the announcement post, that the FlightFactor 787 Pro will conquer new heights in complexity, usability, and variety of features. Furthermore, we can expect a next level of texturing and 3D rendering. It is going to be the first product in the “Pro” series by FlightFactor.

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