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Concorde Olympus 593 Pilot Edition Sound Pack for FSX/P3D

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition logoThis addon is compatible with Microsoft Flight Simulator X. It should also work with Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition. Some developers have explicitly stated compatibilty with Steam Edition but others haven't. Check the product description below for guaranteed compatibility. Just because it doesn't mention it, this does not mean it will not work with the Steam Edition.

Sound Pack Compatibility Note: This sound pack will work with any aircraft model, both freeware or payware in FSX and P3D.

Concorde Olympus 593 Pilot Edition Sound Pack for FSX/P3D
Media Format
Immediate Download
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator X inc. Steam Edition and Prepar3D (all versions including v4)
File size
145 MB

Turbine Sound Studios proudly presents the Concorde Olympus 593 Pilot Edition sound package for FSX.

This Pilot Edition is as heard from the cockpit.

This product has been developed for the freeware Concorde X model for FSX ( Other models will also work with this sound package ) 

This sound package includes the following :

  • External engine sounds.

  • Internal engine sounds.

  • Wind sounds.

  • Cockpit environment sounds.

  • Geardown sounds.

  • Gearup sounds.

  • Custom Splash and Crash.

All recorded in HD and compiled to meet Microsoft Flightsimulator specifications.

Concorde was jointly developed and produced by AÈrospatiale and the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) under an Anglo-French treaty. Concorde's name reflects the development agreement between the United Kingdom and France. In the UK, any or all of the typeóunusually for an aircraftóare known simply as "Concorde", without an article. A total of 20 aircraft were built in France and the United Kingdom; six of these were prototypes and development aircraft. Seven each were delivered to Air France and British Airways. With only 20 aircraft built, the development of Concorde was a substantial economic loss; Air France and British Airways received considerable government subsidies to purchase them.

Concorde needed to fly long distances to be economically viable; this required high efficiency. Turbofan engines were rejected due to their larger cross-section producing excessive drag. Turbojets were found to be the best choice of engines. The engine used was the twin spool Rolls-Royce/Snecma Olympus 593, a development of the Bristol engine first used for the Avro Vulcan bomber, and developed into an afterburning supersonic variant for the BAC TSR-2 strike bomber. Rolls-Royce's own engine proposed for the aircraft at the time of Concorde's initial design was the RB.169

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