– Tweaks to airspeed indicator settings
– Added Asobo trim template to rectify direction of analog trim controls
The Rutan Model 61 Long-EZ is a tandem 2-seater homebuilt aircraft designed by Burt Rutan’s Rutan Aircraft Factory.
The Long-EZ has a canard layout, with a delta wing and wingtip rudders, and a pusher engine and propelleor. The tricycle landing gear has fixed main wheels with streamlined spats, and a retractable nosewheel. Its predecessor was the VariEze, plans of which were first available to homebuilders in 1976. The prototype, N79RA,of the Long-EZ first flew on June 12, 1979. The Long-EZ was a plans-only kitplane, and several variants of the basic design have surfaced over the years.
• Highly detailed internal and external visual models
• 8K high resolution textures
• 4 liveries with customizable registration markings
• Custom sound package (using legacy sound pipeline – WWise sounds not supported at launch)
• Native Microsoft Flight Simulator flight model (at the moment of the initial release, MSFS does not properly support canard planes – the plane may exhibit a behavior that may differ from the real aircraft in extereme conditions)