Two videos from FlightSim Studio’s E-Jets

The folks at AviationLads on YouTube have released two trailers over the last several days featuring Flight Sim Studio AG’s Embraer E175 coming to Microsoft Flight Simulator. The two videos give us a pretty good look at the state of this project and give us a sense of what we can expect. Let’s have a look!

Interior and exterior

First reported by German language sim blog Cruise Level, FlightSim Studio AG is working on an Embraer E175 for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This regional airliner is popular on many routes around the world but it gets less attention from sim developers who have traditionally gone for Airbus and Boeing products.

The development of this project is tied closely with X-Plane developer X-Craft’s whose first generation of E-Jets products was well regarded and whose second generation of them is highly anticipated. That close connection speaks well to fans of the jets who will hopefully be able to enjoy high quality renditions of them in both sims.

Two trailers, produced by the trailer experts at AviationLads, have been released. The first trailer is focused on the exterior of the aircraft. Plenty of great shots on this one.

Then we go inside to see the cockpit power up, windows slide, sunshades come down, and lights cast some beautiful glows. Check it all out!

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Jer Stryker says:

    I’ve pretty much always used a high quality flight sim airliner to get familiar with a new jet in real life (including the Wilco/Feelthere Embraers back in the FS9/FSX days). Even if it’s not perfect, it’s nice to be able to just sit in an interactive sim and learn and experiment at your own pace before the firehose of the simulator starts. I’m hoping they get the FMS/automation pretty right. If they do, this could come in handy to a lot of fledgling regional pilots.

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    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      That’s great to hear. I know one or two folks who have used the simulators to get a better sense of the cockpit and where everything is even if the systems or the modeling isn’t 100%. Fascinating stuff.


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