The Regional Jet Collection Volume 1, made by Wilco Publishing, is an add-on to the popular flight simulator Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Flight Simulator 2004. Available in CD-ROM format, it contains 3 aircraft such as the CRJ-200, CRJ-700, and CRJ-900. All 3 contain highly detailed interior and exterior models with simulated electrical systems, hydraulics, pneumatics, automatic bleed air system, and many more features.
The realistic cockpit includes a 3D clickable interface and cabin, wing views, liveries, and a paint kit to make your own plane unique. Some liveries included are from major aviation giants such as Delta, United, and American Airlines.
There are some aircraft features that are available only to owners of Flight Simulator X like viewpoints for the gear, wing, and cabin or luggage truck animations. All planes include real sound effects and realistic animations like flaps, slats, speed brakes, landing gear, landing lights, and many, many more. Reflective textures, dynamic lightning and night lighting are all completely present on the models included.
Many other realistic features include, digital standby indicators, start logic systems, hydraulics logic systems, anti-icing systems, FADEC engine management system, APU startup and shutdown sequences, and a plethora of many more con Realistic flight dynamics have been tested by active Canadair Regional Jet pilots by Bombardier Aerospace and are based on manufacturer specifications.
Bombardier Aerospace is the third largest airplane manufacturer in the world and has their headquarters in Dorval, Quebec, Canada. Canadair has been acquired under Bombardier Aerospace and continues to make business and regional jets but no longer use the Canadair logo or brand.
Wilco Publishing has been in business since 1997 and still continues to publish games and add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
The CRJ is the most successful regional aircraft program in history. Only larger jet transports such as the Boeing jet family and the Airbus A320 family have been delivered in such numbers.
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