A new Boeing 767 has just landed in Microsoft Flight Simulator. After Captain Sim’s questionable proposition, now it’s RHDSimulations presenting what seems to be a similar idea: A 767 with default (but “customised”) 747 systems.
RHDSimulations’ Boeing 767-300ER is equipped with General Electric CF6 engines and comes with options for both winglets and original wingtips. The developer has modeled the aircraft quite extensively, including the exterior, flight deck, and cabin.
Other features of this new B767 include wingflex animations with smooth and dynamic bendings, custom animations of various cockpit elements like side windows, seats, and armrests, and an authentic flight model.
RHDSimulations says the cockpit screens have also been modified to replicate the real aircraft, and the fuel system is the same as the one used in the real plane as well. This 767 also features custom dynamic cockpit lighting, engine and wing effects, like contrails, engine heat, and vortices.
The developers added full support for MSFS ground equipment and support for the native startup checklist.
While the generality of the features appears to be in line with what one would expect from MSFS, the problem arises when the systems are presented as being based on Asobo’s 747, with customization mostly limited to the visual side. So don’t expect to fly this 767 in an engaging and realistic manner.
The Boeing 767-300ER from RHDSimulations is now available at Simmarket, priced at €25.