[May 6th 2022 - we have now released the trislander !https://www.blackboxsimulation.com/index.php/products/fs2020/trilander-bn2/)
Hmmm… Blackbox has another aircraft. Can’t tell what it is, but I am looking forward to it.
I’d recon it must be this one…!
There is a big clue in the screenshot
We have a winner
Project codename “JOEY”
Hahaha great! It’s verrrry very ugly. I love it!
I agree…with a gauge (rear engine fail)…what else?
that’s going to make throttle and prop selection challenging on most throttle quads!!
Awesome! I have started to cut back on what buy because have so many planes now it’s impossible to fly them all properly but I am definitely going to look at this one! Anything with a USP or just different to your usual plane is still very much appreciated! Keep up the great work
God that thing looks horrible… LOVE IT! hahahahaha
Woof ~ Woof & Salute!
reminds me of the old saying:
“Helicopters can’t fly, they are just so ugly that the Earth repells them”
Helicopters are technically sexy what are talking about?
I didn’t coin the phrase I merely repeated it. And beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Looks fun but how the heck do you configure this on the Bravo throttle quadrant with the three propellers? I didn’t get the JU52 for this reason.
noted - We will be doing the Short nose as well as the Major Hugly Long nose beast
Hey this is great!
Have you got any info about the Trislander with the rocket assisted takeoff option(!) - it sounds completely bonkers & I can’t seem to find anything on it anywhere. Also I watched a couple of cockpit view vids from the Aurigny a/c & can’t see a mixture lever, is it automatic or just hidden somewhere?
The “poor man’s 727” they call it in this article.
The bods at BN are just trying to confuse you …
Mixture controls are the green “Pawn shop balls” at the top LOL
Hah! well that seems a safe arrangement. I was hoping they were squeezy horn bulbs though :
Takeoff rocket was a factory option? not exactly an option I was expecting…
Well with apologies done expect a RAT Option in this MSFS version