The DC-9 Classic has officially gone beta! The files have been sent out to the beta test team and we are going full steam towards the finish line now!

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Here is part two of the interview I did with Angelique van Campen for Aerosoft Sim News. In part two you can read more about the DC-9 Classic, get more information about the product and see more new screenshots. Enjoy!

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I just finished doing an interview with Angelique van Campen for Aerosoft Sim News (ASN) about the upcoming DC-9 Classic. In the interview I talk a whole lot about the DC-9 Classic, the design process, features, how it works and so on. In fact, I talked so much they decided to split and publish the interview in two parts. ASN has also posted some exclusive new screenshots along with the interview.

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Want to see the whole virtual cockpit? Here is the first screenshot showing the complete main panel of the virtual cockpit.

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The DC-9 Classic project has been in development for a long time now. We have put a lot of hard work, late nights, and our hearts into making her the best possible aircraft we could. She is truly a labor of love. Development is coming to an end now. It is with great pride and joy we give you this very first preview video of Ultimate Airliners: The DC-9 Classic.

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The final lineup of the liveries to be included in the release package hasn't been set in stone yet, but here is a preview of some of the candidates.

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Here are a few brand new screenshots of the external aircraft model to give you a glimpse of what's coming!

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The DC-9 wings were designed to be fast on cruise and perform well on short runways. The final wing design was the optimal combination of wing-sweep angle, 24 degree sweep back at the center chord, and wing thickness to yield the lowest operating cost for a given cruise speed (M.80), payload-range ability and field length requirements. Designed to provide a stable, sturdy and reliable airplane structure, the all metal wing was produced to withstand the stress of frequent takeoffs and landings which jets operating short haul endure.

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It's been way to long since I gave you an update on the DC-9 project. I apologize for that. In an attempt to make up for it, I'm bringing you these huge close-up screenshots. The first screenshot shows the First Officer's instruments. The second screenshot shows the center part of the main panel where all the engine instruments are located.

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