AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
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  • AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
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  • AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
  • AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
  • AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
  • AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
  • AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
  • AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
  • AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
  • AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
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  • AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
  • AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
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Most flight simulator fans prefer flights that do not exceed two hours, and for a good reason. The parts of simulated flights considered “fun” are the departure and arrival. That’s why commuters are so popular with flight simulator fans.

The Bombardier CRJ 700 and 900 series are some of the most often used regional airliners today – every 10 seconds, one of them takes off. You will find them at most airports worldwide. Although not very popular with passengers as those seats are indeed very small and you cannot even stand upright if you are tall, airline companies prefer them because they are efficient and reliable. They are still in production, and although the newer models have better seats, larger overhead bins and better sound proofing they will never be really comfortable.

Pilots like to fly them because they are powerful, agile, and a joy to fly manually. It is often described as ‘sporty’. They also demand more flying skill than a modern Airbus or Boeing because the flight management systems are limited, for example: no auto throttle and only advisory vertical navigation.

In our simulators, they were missing for a long time, but the Aerosoft / Digital Aviation CRJ 700/900 X provides the aircraft we have all been waiting for. As with all internal aircraft projects, the CRJ was created with the job of the pilot in mind. It fully focuses on the task of piloting this aircraft. We feel that things that have never happened in real life should not play a major role and that allows us to create a high-end aircraft for a modest price.

Highlights:

  • Exquisite modelling with many animations with up-to-date standards
  • VAS and FPS friendly because we love complex airports as much as you do
  • Extended Flight Management System delivered with August 2017 nav data (compatible with NavDataPro and Navigraph)
  • Complete MCDU with full keyboard control option
  • All displays available as high resolution 2D windows
  • Highly accurate flight model
  • Panel State saving/loading
  • Standard Sound set done by Turbine Sounds Systems, additional Virtual Cockpit sounds provide by Aerosoft
  • Heads-up Guidance system
  • Includes Frank, our avatar to walk around the aircraft and airports (Prepar3D only)
  • Fully functional (though linked to this aircraft) RAAS provided by FS2Crew
  • Complete management tool to load fuel, passengers, and baggage. This tool also allows you to tweak the simulation to your hardware
  • Livery manager with drag and drop functionality
  • Fully prepared for AES, Chaseplane, PFPX
  • Many new options to tweak the product to your likings and your hardware, for example to link a hardware control to the nose wheel steering
  • Our Virtual Cockpit tool (DAVE) has checklists, fuel and passenger loading, change settings, etc.
  • Five manuals, including detailed step-by-step documentation
  • Fully Prepar3D V4 compatible with dynamic lights and several other adaptations to use the newest technology

CRJ 700 models:

  • Lufthansa Regional D-ACSB
  • American Eagle N508AE
  • HOP! Air France F-GRZH
  • Lufthansa Regional Star Alliance D-ACPT
  • United Express N770SK
  • Alaska Airlines N215AG
  • American Eagle N508AE OC
  • Brit Air F-GRZG
  • Conviasa YV2088
  • Delta Airways N367CA
  • Horizon Air N613QX
  • SA Express ZS-NLT
  • Styrian Spirit OE-LSF

CRJ 900 models:

  • Lufthansa Regional D-ACNN
  • Lufthansa Regional D-ACKI
  • US Airways Express N247LR
  • Air Nostrum EC-JYA
  • Delta Airways N806SK
  • Adria Airways S5-AAK
  • Air Canada Express C-GOJZ
  • Air Nostrum EC-JZS
  • Air One EI-DOT
  • AtlasGlobal TC-ETC
  • Binter Canarias EC-MEN
  • PLUNA CX-CRA
  • SAS Scandinavian Airlines OY-KFI
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Shanard Letang
2017-08-15 21:08:09
It was definitely worth the wait. Good sounds, visuals, and textures. I know there are some issues at the present moment but the AS CRJ works great. There are a few differences from JR CRJ 200, ei, the NW switch that actually moves in the AS CRJ 700/900, startup and shutdown procedures are different to each aircraft. One thing I noticed is the fuel in the CRJ manager does not produce the accurate amount of fuel at times so some additional fuel is require via taxi or holding fuel section. This aircraft is very immersive and fun to fly.
Bryan Wallace
*Verified Product User*
2017-08-04 04:37:12
Ok. After over 2 years of waiting, the CRJ 700/900 has arrived. I must say it is an impressive aircraft. This is truly a study level aircraft at the least. It is on the level of Aerosoft Airbus 320? I would say not quite, but not far off at all.
I really enjoyed the tutorial. It was well written and did not leave too much that needed to be asked. However, I would suggest printing out the manual. If you don’t have multiple monitors you are going o be flipping and scrolling between windows like a mad man! (Or woman!)
My biggest concern is the simulation is NOT compatible with Saitek’s Multi-panel nor does it work with my VRInsight MPC II panel. The message boards suggest there is someone working on a module for LINDA program to be used with the VRInsight MPC II, but I have heard nothing official.
You are going to need to put some time into this aircraft if you want to be doing it right. Chase plane or EZDOK pre programmed views will also be a great assistance to you.
That being said, as long as it has taken to come to market, it seems it was time well spent. This program fills a huge void for a study level aircraft for P3D and FSX that is not a Long Hauler Aircraft. Now we have a study lever regional jet for hops from Nashville to Atlanta or Gatwick to Schiphol. No offense to the Majestic Dash-8. You’re a turbo prop. :o)
Zsolt Monostori
*Verified Product User*
2017-08-04 00:50:10
Aerosoft's CRJ was one of the most highly anticipated aircraft products on my to-buy list and it was no question whenever it appears at Simmarket, will be a day one purchase. And so it happened.

Knowing that the CRJ has been in the making for seven long years I can't deny the fact I had really high hopes and expectations for this one and knowing Aerosoft is a company that has the resources to deliver stunning stuff I was pretty much confident it will blow my mind.

Installation is as simple as it can be, the usual Aerosoft installer, takes no time to get the CRJ up and running. Let'see the bird now!

As much as I wanted it, my enthusiasm rapidly declined after loading the aircraft for the first time. I did not want to believe my eyes when I beheld the low resolution virtual cockpit textures. Meanwhile the 3D modelling inside-outside as well as the exterior texturing are all top notch, the VC textures are a complete letdown, looking cheap and plastic - one would perhaps accept them in 2010 when they first announced the aircraft but it's definitely not enough in 2017.

The resolution of the display fonts is also something that needs significant improvements. Although the screens themselves are relatively small thus makes it harder to get them readable, still the CRJ is not the only aircraft with tiny displays and others somehow managed to successfully overcome this obstacle. Clicking on each display, one can call for the respective 2D pop-up window, which, however, provides crisp fonts and graphics.

Then the sounds. This aircraft does not sound good. It's not outright bad but is way too shallow, lacking that energetic punch that other products of even lower price range, deliver successfully to the user's speaker or headset. Many buttons and switches have no click sounds associated with them, resulting in a kind of lifeless, dull flight deck. Those switches and buttons and levers and whatnot scream for sounds. And I can't look away from the fact how long the development cycle has been - where did all the sounds go?

As for the exterior textures, they are superb, looking at the CRJ from the outside is a feast for the eyes. As said earlier, the 3D model is excellent making this jet one of the finest looking currently available, certainly matching the level of other well known products.

The lack of improved ground physics is kind of sad but the developers are still looking at ways tweaking it which is promising.

As for systems modelling, the Aerosoft CRJ is not your study level aeroplane but systems wise it's more complex than their last version of the Airbus, just for a quick comparison. It is a robust and stable product and I had no issues at getting it in the air, the code works like a cham, it's straightforward and logical. This isn't a surprise though knowing it's Hans Hartmann behind the programming of the jet and he did a very good job (again).

You get your external CRJ tool which allows for fuel and load management and much more but you can even live without it by using the on-board tablet computer they named "Dave" which also enables the user to manipulate passenger figures, cargo and fuel - as well as numerous options and functions can be found there. It would be a nice touch to make this tablet computer optional so that the user can hide it as it is (in a way) fictional and die hard simmers may not want to see imaginary equipment in their cockpit. If it could be made so that it can be displayed or hidden would harm no one - I am sure it's not that too difficult to achieve.

Handflying the CRJ is a pleasure, very responsive and feels natural.

The manuals and tutorials are clear and concise and answer whatever questions you have - make sure you read them, it's not a difficult material to struggle through, even quite enjoyable.

I would happily give this one four stars but the ugly virtual cockpit textures, the unreadable fonts and the lifeless sounds simply destroy the immersion. Also the product is not on the cheap side, at this price tag I would expect crisp textures and immaculate sounds, which is unfortunately not the case.

Nevertheless those of you who fancy the type will surely find ways to fall in love with the CRJ and I am sure the above mentioned key issues will be looked into and addressed in future updates - which will catapult this aircraft to a much higher class.

For now, I can't wholeheartedly praise it - in 2017 this is not enough value for the money.

Let's hope Aerosoft gets these sorted, sending us the missing "wow factor" so that this otherwise very interesting and adorable product can take the place it truly deserves after being developed for such a long time.
Johnny Turco
2017-08-02 23:52:05
Hell of a wait, but it was worth it. It's by no means a study-level sim, but it's also not a "lite" aircraft sim either. It bridges both worlds nicely.

Pros: Easy to get going
Flies like a dream
Great FMC
Plenty of liveries to choose from (included)
Great for both seasoned pilots and newbies

Cons: None so far


Whatever you feel about Aerosoft, they did a fine job with this bird. It's a solid addition to your hanger.
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1GB
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Registration key after purchase, see order details page in customer account
REQUIREMENTS

Microsoft Flight Simulator X (SP2), FSX: Steam Edition or Lockheed Martin Prepar3D V3/V4
Microsoft Windows 7 / 8 / 10
CPU: 2.6 GHz, Dual/Quad Core highly recommended
RAM: 2 GB
Graphics card: Nvidia GeForce® or AMD Radeon, 512 MB VRAM

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Digital Aviation
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AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
Shanard Letang
It was definitely worth the wait. Good sounds, visuals, and textures. I know there are some issues at the present moment but the AS CRJ works great. There are a few differences from JR CRJ 200, ei, the NW switch that actually moves in the AS CRJ 700/900, startup and shutdown procedures are different to each aircraft. One thing I noticed is the fuel in the CRJ manager does not produce the accurate amount of fuel at times so some additional fuel is require via taxi or holding fuel section. This aircraft is very immersive and fun to fly.
AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
Bryan Wallace
Ok. After over 2 years of waiting, the CRJ 700/900 has arrived. I must say it is an impressive aircraft. This is truly a study level aircraft at the least. It is on the level of Aerosoft Airbus 320? I would say not quite, but not far off at all. I really enjoyed the tutorial. It was well written and did not leave too much that needed to be asked. However, I would suggest printing out the manual. If you don’t have multiple monitors you are going o be flipping and scrolling between windows like a mad man! (Or woman!) My biggest concern is the simulation is NOT compatible with Saitek’s Multi-panel nor does it work with my VRInsight MPC II panel. The message boards suggest there is someone working on a module for LINDA program to be used with the VRInsight MPC II, but I have heard nothing official. You are going to need to put some time into this aircraft if you want to be doing it right. Chase plane or EZDOK pre programmed views will also be a great assistance to you. That being said, as long as it has taken to come to market, it seems it was time well spent. This program fills a huge void for a study level aircraft for P3D and FSX that is not a Long Hauler Aircraft. Now we have a study lever regional jet for hops from Nashville to Atlanta or Gatwick to Schiphol. No offense to the Majestic Dash-8. You’re a turbo prop. :o)
AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
Zsolt Monostori
Aerosoft's CRJ was one of the most highly anticipated aircraft products on my to-buy list and it was no question whenever it appears at Simmarket, will be a day one purchase. And so it happened. Kn-
owing that the CRJ has been in the making for seven long years I can't deny the fact I had really high hopes and expectations for this one and knowing Aerosoft is a company that has the resources to deliver stunning stuff I was pretty much confident it will blow my mind. Instal-
lation is as simple as it can be, the usual Aerosoft installer, takes no time to get the CRJ up and running. Let'see the bird now! As much as I wanted it, my enthusiasm rapidly declined after loading the aircraft for the first time. I did not want to believe my eyes when I beheld the low resolution virtual cockpit textures. Meanwhile the 3D modelling inside-outside as well as the exterior texturing are all top notch, the VC textures are a complete letdown, looking cheap and plastic - one would perhaps accept them in 2010 when they first announced the aircraft but it's definitely not enough in 2017. The resolution of the display fonts is also something that needs significant improvements. Although the screens themselves are relatively small thus makes it harder to get them readable, still the CRJ is not the only aircraft with tiny displays and others somehow managed to successfully overcome this obstacle. Clicking on each display, one can call for the respective 2D pop-up window, which, however, provides crisp fonts and graphics. Th-
en the sounds. This aircraft does not sound good. It's not outright bad but is way too shallow, lacking that energetic punch that other products of even lower price range, deliver successfully to the user's speaker or headset. Many buttons and switches have no click sounds associated with them, resulting in a kind of lifeless, dull flight deck. Those switches and buttons and levers and whatnot scream for sounds. And I can't look away from the fact how long the development cycle has been - where did all the sounds go? As for the exterior textures, they are superb, looking at the CRJ from the outside is a feast for the eyes. As said earlier, the 3D model is excellent making this jet one of the finest looking currently available, certainly matching the level of other well known products. Th-
e lack of improved ground physics is kind of sad but the developers are still looking at ways tweaking it which is promising. A-
s for systems modelling, the Aerosoft CRJ is not your study level aeroplane but systems wise it's more complex than their last version of the Airbus, just for a quick comparison. It is a robust and stable product and I had no issues at getting it in the air, the code works like a cham, it's straightforward and logical. This isn't a surprise though knowing it's Hans Hartmann behind the programming of the jet and he did a very good job (again). You get your external CRJ tool which allows for fuel and load management and much more but you can even live without it by using the on-board tablet computer they named "Dave" which also enables the user to manipulate passenger figures, cargo and fuel - as well as numerous options and functions can be found there. It would be a nice touch to make this tablet computer optional so that the user can hide it as it is (in a way) fictional and die hard simmers may not want to see imaginary equipment in their cockpit. If it could be made so that it can be displayed or hidden would harm no one - I am sure it's not that too difficult to achieve. Han-
dflying the CRJ is a pleasure, very responsive and feels natural. The manuals and tutorials are clear and concise and answer whatever questions you have - make sure you read them, it's not a difficult material to struggle through, even quite enjoyable. I would happily give this one four stars but the ugly virtual cockpit textures, the unreadable fonts and the lifeless sounds simply destroy the immersion. Also the product is not on the cheap side, at this price tag I would expect crisp textures and immaculate sounds, which is unfortunately not the case. Nevert-
heless those of you who fancy the type will surely find ways to fall in love with the CRJ and I am sure the above mentioned key issues will be looked into and addressed in future updates - which will catapult this aircraft to a much higher class. For now, I can't wholeheartedly praise it - in 2017 this is not enough value for the money. Let's hope Aerosoft gets these sorted, sending us the missing "wow factor" so that this otherwise very interesting and adorable product can take the place it truly deserves after being developed for such a long time.
AEROSOFT - CRJ 700/900 X FSX P3D
Johnny Turco
Hell of a wait, but it was worth it. It's by no means a study-level sim, but it's also not a "lite" aircraft sim either. It bridges both worlds nicely. Pros: Easy to get going Flies like a dream Great FMC Plenty of liveries to choose from (included) Great for both seasoned pilots and newbies Cons-
: None so far Whatever you feel about Aerosoft, they did a fine job with this bird. It's a solid addition to your hanger.
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