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  1. A2A’s Jake Gentile returns from a 16 hour round trip down the US East Coast to Florida, making it his longest cross country trip yet. Jake is working on his instrument rating, commercial, and CFI using the A2A Piper Comanche 250. Note his landing after being in the air all day from morning to sunset.SOURCE
  2. Here is our newest Prepar3D Warbird release, the P-40. The P-40 is the most manual and raw Warbird we have made, with a manual throttle and cooling functions. It's a very satisfying airplane to fly. This P-40 also comes with the latest rain physics we debuted with our Accu-Sim Bonanza. We are now rolling this our entire P3D fleet. We plan to offer our rain physics as freeware to the developer community so they can easily integrate it into their own projects. More information: https://a2asimulations.com/product/accu-sim-p-40-p3dv4/SOURCE
  3. Here is a 15-minute look at the A2A V-35B V-Tail Bonanza developed for Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Lockheed Martin Prepar3DSOURCE
  4. We've been quietly working on multiple projects, and here is a short update on what we've been up to.SOURCE
  5. Here's a takeoff I (Scott) did in a T-6G during our Accu-Sim flight testing. Nothing crazy about this - just a routine takeoff showing the controls. It needs to be said that this was all possible thanks to the late Vlado Lenoch, God rest his beautiful soul.SOURCE
  6. Here is just a short flight showing the beautiful sights and sounds care of the A2A Comanmche 250, while flying to Goodspeed airport to check on the Comanche 400 prop being overhauled. When we returned you can see the Lycoming 720 engine uncowled, before we remove a few cylinders to check the camshaft lobes inside.SOURCE
  7. All on the A2A Store now and sent out to third party vendors today. Free updates to the A2A P3D fleet; Accu-sim C172 Trainer Accu-sim C182 Skylane Accu-sim Cherokee 180 Accu-sim Comanche 250 Accu-sim T-6 Texan http://a2asimulations.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=115&t=60025 Check out the moveable lamps in the T-6 cockpit and the added lamp to the Comanche cabin. thanks, Lewis
  8. Just a short video of Scott Gentile of A2A running up a Comanche 400 prior to it's annual inspection. This is one of under 100 Comanche 400's around today, with a Lycoming 720 cubic inch engine making 400 horsepower. The engine is so powerful it will drag locked wheels on the pavement.SOURCE
  9. Here is a 12-minute look at the Captain of the Ship Constellation developed for Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Lockheed Martin Prepar3DSOURCE
  10. We recently measured the A2A Aerostar's takeoff performance, and decided to put it to video. The Aerostar is a "by the numbers" aircraft and you need to verify that it is performing as expected. This is one of these tests.SOURCE
  11. A 15 minute official demonstration video of the A2A Simulations Accu-Sim T-6 Texan. Startup, Taxi, Takeoff, Aerobatics, and landing. You can join the conversation and discussion here on the A2A forums; http://a2asimulations.com/forum/index.phpSOURCE
  12. During a recent test flight for our up and coming Accu-Sim T-6 Texan, we gave our own Jake Gentile an opportunity to fly the T-6. Special thanks to Vlado Lenoch.SOURCE
  13. Just a quick video taken as we ran up the engines after being in the restoration hangar for almost a year. After fixing a little issue with the right starter, both engines fired up nicely. We hope to fly her out of here by the year's end. You can see the beautiful A2A Comanche parked, our work horse taking us comfortably and reliably wherever we need to go.SOURCE
  14. A2A Simulations Flying tips - Flying the Accu-sim Comanche 250 simulation in a realistic manner. Tips on keeping a fuel reserve from Scott Gentile.SOURCE
  15. Here is a video showing the Aircraft Factory P-51H "High Performance " Mustang for Microsoft Flight Simulator XSOURCE
  16. www.a2asimulations.com. Here is an 15 minute first look into the development of the Accu-Sim Piper Comanche 250 for Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Lockheed Martin's Prepar3D.SOURCE
  17. Here's a development video made for our 2006 release for the He219 for Flight Simulator 2004. Look how far ahead of it's time was with a plethora of features - made by our own Robert Rogalski. End Music by Phil "Action" Jackson Later re-created for FSX with all that is here and more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWX4yF_rSxQSOURCE
  18. Here is part 3 of 3 of the Accu-Sim C172 Trainer development video for Microsoft Flight Simulator X. Created and narrated by Peter Matthess. Enjoy.SOURCE
  19. Some have asked about the Cessna 182T's characteristic of requiring rotation for takeoff. Here is a brief section from our very first time taking off in a Cessna 182T. You will see the following: - First reaction after flying the Skyhawks - I rotate at 100kias, and the plane actually goes right back down on the runway after releasing pressure on the yoke - Requires back pressure all the way to 120kias to maintain level flightSOURCE
  20. Here is an 18 minute first look at the soon to be released, Accu-Sim powered Cessna 182 Skylane, from A2A Simulations.SOURCE
  21. Here is a 10 minute close look at the Accu-Sim powered Piper Cherokee 180, from A2A Simulations.SOURCE
  22. [starting views: 6000] [prior released video re-rendered for Oshkosh] Scott Gentile of A2A Simulations flight tests both the Piper Cherokee and Cessna 172. Detailed differences are explained between these two legendary aircraft and their high or low wing configuration.SOURCE
  23. A short tutorial showing the advanced support for the Bendix / King KT 76C Transponder unit in the A2A Accu-Sim C172 Trainer.SOURCE
  24. A short tutorial showing the advanced support for the Davtron clock unit in the A2A Accu-Sim C172 Trainer.SOURCE
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