Aerobask DA50 RG now available!

The Diamond DA50 RG is relatively new to general aviation in the real world and X-Plane aircraft maker Aerobask have jumped on this latest Diamond aircraft to offer what looks like yet another impressive aircraft release for X-Plane 11… and 12.

On sale now

Building on the Aerobask DA62, this single engine version of the popular two engine aircraft in X-Plane 11, comes with a bunch of expected and unexpected features. High quality 3D model, 4K PBR textures, flight model by X-Aerodynamics, Enhanced version of the Laminar X1000/G1000 with custom EIS, annunciations, and touch screen features. There’s also configurable pilots, passengers, luggage, and FMOD sounds by now legendary sound artist Daniela Rodriguez Careri.

These are all expected features from Aerobask, however, the unexpected features include wingflex (a first for GA aircraft in X-Plane to my knowledge), as well as support for some X-Plane 12 features that is currently not available but will be for the new sim. Those features include windshield effects like rain and frost and visual icing on the wings. Cool!

The Aerobask Diamond DA50 RG is on sale through the X-Plane.org Store for $39.95.

Review and flight journal entries are sure to follow so stay tuned!

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Chris says:

    It loooks nice.

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    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      Flies nice too. Good cruiser aircraft like the DA62. Not actually a ton of difference between them (except for the engine) but it’s still a rewarding aircraft to fly.

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      1. Urgent Siesta says:

        I like it aesthetically more than the twin. this one has a somwhat brutish facade (i guess the hard angles here and there…).
        It looks kinda Tough – in a good way 🙂
        And of course, the view out of a single is always very nice compared to a twin.

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      2. ShamrockOneFive says:

        Yeah you’re absolutely right. Without the two big engines there you get a much better view left and right and the DA50’s wing has a relatively short chord.

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