by Brett Holcomb
Date Added: Friday 13 May, 2016
I've been used to the MAAM-SIM DC-3 in the MS Flight Sim series and that was the gold standard of DC-3s for the MSFS world. This one comes very close in it's modeling of flight, instruments, and other characteristics. The sim even models random failures The only issue and why it's not a five star is that you can not turn off the failures. Sometimes when you just want to fly for fun or are testing the sim or getting used to the aircraft you don't need random failures popping up. You just want to fly or test the sim or get used to the aircraft. In real life you learn to fly it before doing emergency procedures. I suggest that LES take a note from A2A who has some extreme detailed modeling including failure for the MSFS series but they allow you to turn it off.
Other then that it's a great aircraft.