Piper Seneca V

Aircraft For Flight Simulator X and 2004

A luxury twin engine prop, ideal for flying at higher altitudes or over long distances. Thousands of the Seneca V are flying worldwide, providing safe, reliable business travel to destinations not normally frequented by commercial carriers.

With a 200 KTAS cruising speed and 800 nm range, operating at altitudes up to 25,000 feet, the pressurized Seneca V is ideal for personal transportation and business travel.
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The Piper Seneca V

The Piper Seneca line was developed as a twin-engine version of the Piper Cherokee Six. The PA-34-220T Seneca V was certified on December 11, 1996 and put into production in 1998.

The Seneca V is the latest in long legacy of twin-engine Piper airplanes. It utilizes two turbo-charged, 220 HP Continental engines and can haul about 1,400 pounds of passengers and cargo at over 175 KIAS and has a useful range of 812 miles at 10,000 feet.

The Seneca V can operate up to a ceiling of 25,000 feet with both engines and is well suited for travel across country. The cockpit features both a standard avionics and "steam driven" cockpit, as well as a glass gauge cockpit, all included in the package.

 

 

 

Several very interesting videos on several of the Seneca V variants are available here:

 

Your Choice of cockpit

The Seneca V comes standard with two styles of cockpit. A standard "steam driven" instrument cockpit, and a glass cockpit.

Both a 2D conventional panel and virtual cockpit are provided. All paint schemes are configured by the Load Manager to use both types of cockpit for you to choose in the simulator.

Features
  Unparalleled aircraft modeling, incorporating all of the advanced visual design techniques, including full-feature animation and an unprecedented level of detail from nose to tail.
  Ultra-realistic flight dynamics
  Asymmetric thrust abilities not found in typical FS twins
  Both standard and glass cockpits 
  Authentic panel instrumentation and aircraft systems 
  Persistent damage modeling with repair/cost management
Complete cabin environment controls
  5 additional paint schemes available 
  Complete documentation and checklists. 
Recommend System Specifications
 While cutting edge add-on aircraft such as this will "run" on a system with the minimum specifications outlined by Microsoft for Flight Simulator, the following are minimum guidelines to achieve acceptable performance:

  Microsoft Flight Simulator X, Flight Simulator X Steam Edition or Flight Simulator 2004  required for use of this software
  Pentium or AMD microprocessor or higher with 2 GHz MHz + speed and 2 MB RAM minimum 
  Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista or XP. 32 or 64 bit.
  Nvidia or ATI Radeon based 3D accelerator video card with full antialiasing and T&L lighting capability and a minimum of 512 MB onboard RAM 
  SoundBlaster Live or equivalent 128-bit DirectX sound device 
  Up-to-date DirectX video and sound drivers
   
  Obviously, higher end systems with multi-core processors and 3.0 GHz+ speed  CPU, 2+ GB system RAM and 1024+  MB or preferably video RAM will perform much better. 
   
Documentation  
You can download several documents and manuals:  
Pilot
Handbook
Standard
Cockpit
 
Glass
Cockpit 
Performance
& Planning
Load Manager
Handbook
Normal
Procedures
General
Limitations
Screenshots