There’s a surprising (to me) number of fans of Cessna’s push-pull propeller driven Skymaster II. Fans of the type are about to see their hopes realized as MSFS now has a flyable option. Carenado has been at work on this project for many months and now has finally released it to the Microsoft Flight Simulator Marketplace. Let’s have a look!
Here’s what you get
The Skymaster II comes with the usual array of Carenado standard features including their usual attention to detail on exterior and interior modeling and texturing, 5 liveries, GNS530 (with GTN750 integration option if you own the GTN750), weather radar, radio, custom ADF, transponder, and sounds recorded from the real thing. And the aircraft also has Carenado’s now standard tablet for controlling things like the static elements, doors, and even enabling a quick start for those who want to skip the start-up process.
The Carenado Cessna C337 Skymaster is available exclusively in the MSFS Marketplace for $29.99 USD.
And if you’re on the fence about this aircraft, check out AvAngel’s review of the aircraft which is already out!