PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
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  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
  • PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
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Fokker 50 is a medium large size aircraft found in many counties of the world! The aircraft structure is based on 40 years of experience with Fokker 27 Friendship. It's success surpassed belief and this has resulted in an economic repair life of 90,000 landings.

PAOB wanted to create an aircraft that it will make your sim flight experience even more challenging and realistic.

PAOB Fokker 50 provides a high level of detail, plus detailed Operation Manuals and realistic procedures like Check Lists.

Detailed does not mean complex - The Flight deck Fokker 50 features a 'dark cockpit' philosophy - It is easy to fly and all contribute to reduced pilot workload. The panel is quite user friendly, so you do not need to spend a month on reading huge manuals.

Our manual is a 80 page pdf file and the an additional 20 page "Speed & Performance" Excel table. You can concentrate on the realistic "Check Lists" procedures which are built in panels by integrated file system with voice.

PAOB's products feature - "Art of Machine" philosophy - so we are not only especially great on precise Modeling, but also strong in Flight Dynamics. We try our best to input the real data on flight dynamic files, then being the intensive flight dynamic test.

The Panel Project Development is in cooperation with a talented gauge programmer and panel designer. Our virtual cockpit panel simulation was upgraded to a new level!

Fokker 50 Feature

Realistic flight model and animated parts are accurate configuration:

  • Detail 3D Virtual Cockpit & Virtual Cabin
  • Main, Overhead, Pedestal panels are almost fully functions
  • Flexible-wing effect
  • High detail on external model
  • High resolution graphics for livery & panel
  • 5 airlines livery: KLM, VLM, SonAir, MASwing and VLM-Aanvalluh
  • More liveries will be coming soon
  • Accurate animate on flaps, rudder, aileron, elevator
  • Detail Propeller, gear compressed,
  • Wing root section and wing profile
  • Wing Root Airfoil, NACA 64-421
  • Wing Tip Airfoil, NACA 64-415
  • Steerable front gear and retractable gears
  • Highly detailed gear and accurate moving parts
  • Animated passenger door & gear door
  • Reflective shinely & light-map texture
  • Metallic object is really reflect with environment
  • Reflective glass is really transparent and reflective
  • Detailed windows are really cut on the cockpit and cabin
  • Over FS standard's cockpit 2D panel
  • Authentic sound effect created for real Fokker 50


Fokker 50 Panel Design

Air Conditioning, Anti-Ice, Auto-Flight, APU, Communications, Check Lists, Electrical, Fire Protection, Flight Instruments, Fuel, Hydraulics, Landing Gear, Navigation, Power Plant, Pressurization, Night lighting, Sound effect.

The CAP - "Central Annunciator Panel" is a integrated alerting system which we have been simulated the failures and warnings as follows:

LEVEL 3 ALERTS, LEVEL 2 ALERTS, LEVEL 1 ALERTS, Warning inhibit modes, Warning system tests, Other failure lights.

Air Conditioning
  • Cockpit and cabin temperature control

Anti-Ice

  • Engine, airframe, probes and window anti-ice systems

Auto-Flight

  • Flight Mode Panel
  • Automatic vertical and lateral guidance
  • FS GPS integrated with FMP

APU

  • Auxiliary Power Unit for electrical and pneumatic needs on the ground

Communications

  • Two VHF COMM radios
  • Two Mode C Transponder

Check Lists

  • Integrated file system with voice

Power Plant

  • Propeller Speed indicator
  • Two Engine RPM indicators:
  • Nh: High-pressure spool-speed indicator
  • Nl: Low-pressure spool-speed indicator
  • Inter-Turbine Temperature (ITT)
  • Torque indicators
  • Oil Temperature indicators
  • Oil Pressure indicators
  • Engine Rating Panel
  • Auto-Feather indicator
  • Power Control Handles
  • Fuel Shut-off Levers

 

Electrical
  • Simulated AC and DC systems
  • Digital displays to monitor state of AC and DC system
  • Multiple power sources: engine, APU or ground power

Fire Protection

  • Full fire detection system with engine shut-off valves
  • Overhead panel fire handles

Flight Instruments

  • Primary Flight Display (PFD) or Enhanced ADI (EADI)
  • Navigation Display (ND) or Enhanced HSI (EHSI)
  • Airspeed/Mach Indicator with speed bugs
  • Altimeter
  • Vertical Speed Indicator
  • Radio Navigation Indicator (RMI)
  • Standby horizon
  • Distance Measuring Equipment (DME)
  • Clock
  • Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS)

Night lighting

  • Instrument lights
  • Instrument panel backlights
  • Cockpit flood light

Sound effects

  • Check List
  • Warning & Caution
  • V-speed call out & DH
  • Flaps, Gears, GPWS
  • Buttons & Switchers
  • APU & Air Conditioner
  •  Engine power startup rating callout 

 

Fuel
  • Fuel Control Levers
  • Booster pump switches
  • Fuel Temperature Indicator
  • Fuel Flow Indicator
  • Fuel Quantity Indicator
  • Fuel Level Warning

Hydraulics

  • Hydraulic Panel with pressure and quantity indicator
  • Engine pumps and electric pumps

Landing Gear

  • Seven landing gear status indicators
  • Landing gear lever
  • In transition light
  • Alternate gear extension lever

Navigation

  • Radio Distance Magnetic Indicator (RDMI)
  • Navigation Display (ND) or Enhanced HSI (EHSI)
  • Two VHF NAV radios
  • Two ADF units
  • FS GPS integrated with auto-flight system

Pressurization

  • Cabin altitude, cabin climb and differential pressure indicator
  • Barometric Pressure/Landing Altitude indicator
  • Manual and automatic control

 


The CAP simulates these failures and warnings:

LEVEL 3 ALERTS:
  • Left engine out
  • Right engine out
  • Takeoff configuration not set
  • Left engine fire
  • Right engine fire
  • Left engine ITT high
  • Right engine ITT high
  • Left engine oil pressure high
  • Right engine oil pressure high
  • Landing gear not out
  • Cabin altitude max pressure exceeded
  • Doors open when parking brake not set

 

LEVEL 2 ALERTS:
  • Flaps asymmetric
  • Left engine torque high
  • Right engine torque high
  • Pitot heads off
  • Hydraulic system fail
  • Pax door open
  • Aft door open
  • Forward cargo door open

 

LEVEL 1 ALERTS:
  • Fuel level imbalance
  • Tank pressure low
  • Beacon lights not on
  • Cabin emergency lights not on

Warning inhibit modes:

  • Engine out inhibit
  • Takeoff inhibit

Warning system tests:

  • CAP power off selftest
  • Alert system test
  • Fire system test
  • Smoke detection system test
  • Takeoff configuration test

Other failure lights:

  • Master Warning light
  • Master Caution light
  • Left fuel control engine out light
  • Right fuel control engine out light

 

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CUSTOMER REVIEWS
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Patrick Bijvoet
*Verified Product User*
2009-11-06 11:43:05
A second review after a few weeks flying:

As a Dutchman I wanted to have the complete KLM & KLM cityhopper fleet 2009 complete. This was almost no problem, cause for every plane there was a good Addon on the market. However, not for the Fokker 50. I found one, but some movies on the Internet did not impress me. A few weeks ago someone pointed me to the new Fokker 50 on the market from PAOB. He was pleased and knew that I was searching for my last piece of the puzzle.
I did some research and found some information on the internet, which impressed me. PAOB did produce another product, which was very nice to handle. This convinced me to go ahead and buy the Fokker. I am glad to say that this was the right decision.

The PAOB Fokker 50 is a nice aircraft which does fits in my fleet. http://forum.flightsimulatorx.nl/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=799&start=15 It handles very nicely and most systems are simulated. Combined with the Integrated Simavionics package for the FMC (which has to be bought separately, http://www.isgsim.com) it is quite simple a plane which is must for the real flightsimmer. The classic Fokker family has to be one of the outsiders in everyone's fleet.
The Fokker is (also without the FMC) a plane which has to be learned. It is not a simple plane such as the standard default planes, but a plane which requires a knowledge from the professional flightsimmer. Landing on a difficult airport as London City or Innsbruck becomes the standard for those pilots who failed with their other and slightly bigger planes.

The Fokker 50 handles like a real turboprop. Having flown the real Fokker 50 as a passenger for many times, I can say it feels, hears en looks like the real thing. The sound of the engine is as it should be. The reverse of the props make the sound which I (as a neighbor of EHAM) hear frequently. The after sales is wonderful. You will get in direct contact with the developer. He also made the panel for me, to combine the plane with the ISG FMC. I heard there was some criticism about the crosswind landing of the plane. There was not enough Yaw ability. I totally disagree. I tested this for PAOB and found that the plane with moderate and heavy crosswind handles exactly like the real Fokker should do. Landing crosswind will always be work. Don't be a lazy pilot ;-). The test was done under manual and ILS conditions. Even in manual mode I managed to hit the centerline of RWY 27 on EHAM as I should do.

It's clear I am very happy with this plane. It's worth it. With or without the ISG package.
Patrick Bijvoet
*Verified Product User*
2009-10-20 15:06:16
Yesterday I bought this plane. At first I had to get used to it, cause I am used to the large Add on ac, not to a Turbo prop as the Fokker 50.

However, after reading on the internet, after reading the manual, and testflying, I learned the ac very fast. I only have some trouble to learn how to decent, the ac starts to climb again, but I will also find the trick. De ILS and other systems where logical thinking.

The AC flies beautifuly. It handles wonderfull and is good flyable by hand. I am deeply in love.

The after sales service is great. I send a mail abt something and got an answer within a few hours!

The Paob Fokker 50 is a welcome addition to my fleet. (My fleet:http://www.fsp-studios.nl/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=111)
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PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
Patrick Bijvoet
A second review after a few weeks flying: As a Dutchman I wanted to have the complete KLM & KLM cityhopper fleet 2009 complete. This was almost no problem, cause for every plane there was a good Addon on the market. However, not for the Fokker 50. I found one, but some movies on the Internet did not impress me. A few weeks ago someone pointed me to the new Fokker 50 on the market from PAOB. He was pleased and knew that I was searching for my last piece of the puzzle. I did some research and found some information on the internet, which impressed me. PAOB did produce another product, which was very nice to handle. This convinced me to go ahead and buy the Fokker. I am glad to say that this was the right decision. Th-
e PAOB Fokker 50 is a nice aircraft which does fits in my fleet. http://forum.fl-
ightsimulatorx.-
nl/viewtopic.ph-
p?f=20&t=79-
9&start=15 It handles very nicely and most systems are simulated. Combined with the Integrated Simavionics package for the FMC (which has to be bought separately, http://www.isgs-
im.com) it is quite simple a plane which is must for the real flightsimmer. The classic Fokker family has to be one of the outsiders in everyone's fleet. The Fokker is (also without the FMC) a plane which has to be learned. It is not a simple plane such as the standard default planes, but a plane which requires a knowledge from the professional flightsimmer. Landing on a difficult airport as London City or Innsbruck becomes the standard for those pilots who failed with their other and slightly bigger planes. The Fokker 50 handles like a real turboprop. Having flown the real Fokker 50 as a passenger for many times, I can say it feels, hears en looks like the real thing. The sound of the engine is as it should be. The reverse of the props make the sound which I (as a neighbor of EHAM) hear frequently. The after sales is wonderful. You will get in direct contact with the developer. He also made the panel for me, to combine the plane with the ISG FMC. I heard there was some criticism about the crosswind landing of the plane. There was not enough Yaw ability. I totally disagree. I tested this for PAOB and found that the plane with moderate and heavy crosswind handles exactly like the real Fokker should do. Landing crosswind will always be work. Don't be a lazy pilot ;-). The test was done under manual and ILS conditions. Even in manual mode I managed to hit the centerline of RWY 27 on EHAM as I should do. It's clear I am very happy with this plane. It's worth it. With or without the ISG package.
PAOB - FOKKER 50 FS2004
Patrick Bijvoet
Yesterday I bought this plane. At first I had to get used to it, cause I am used to the large Add on ac, not to a Turbo prop as the Fokker 50. However, after reading on the internet, after reading the manual, and testflying, I learned the ac very fast. I only have some trouble to learn how to decent, the ac starts to climb again, but I will also find the trick. De ILS and other systems where logical thinking. Th-
e AC flies beautifuly. It handles wonderfull and is good flyable by hand. I am deeply in love. The after sales service is great. I send a mail abt something and got an answer within a few hours! The Paob Fokker 50 is a welcome addition to my fleet. (My fleet:http://ww-
w.fsp-studios.n-
l/viewtopic.php-
?f=25&t=111-
)
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