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For a good eight hours it has been official, the Carenado Saab 340, which has already been released in April for the FSX and Prepar3D, will soon be released for X-Plane 11 as well. That’s what a Facebook post from Carenado says. It is not yet known when exactly it will be, so there will be time to think about what would have been more sensible – at least for X-Plane 11: A Saab 2000, an ATR 72-600, a Dornier 328-100, a Dornier…



Goran Matovina’s knees are already shaking

The fact that almost everything would have made more sense than a Saab 340 for X-Plane 11 can be seen from the fact that there has been a detailed replica of this aircraft for the Flight Simulator from Laminar Research for several years now. Originally for X-Plane 10, it has been compatible with X-Plane 11 for about a year now. Since the X-Plane 11 is in a pretty good shape both optically and in terms of system depth, the reaction of the developer Goran Matovina to today’s Carenado announcement is as clear as it is expressive: His knees are shivering…

… not.