Digital Aviation was founded in 2003 with the launch of the CRJ-200 project and the Diamond DA-20 ‘Katana’ for Microsoft (R) Flight Simulator 2004.
Most team members already worked together on some projects before, for example the ‘Eurowings 2004′ (also known as ‘Commuter Airliners’ or ‘US Regional Airlines’) aircraft.
With new members joining, for example Tobias Albrecht, the project list has been revised and the Piper Cheyenne project became the top priority. Four different aircraft variant, all with individual cockpits have been developed at the highest standard.
Simultaneously Marcel Felde completed his long worked simulation of the Dornier Do-27, which raised the bar for general aviation aircraft simulation due to his failure and maintenance model beside the quality of 3d model, cockpit and textures.
The latest addition to the team, Florian Praxmarer, brought the Fokker 70/100 aircraft family into the development pool. This regional jet represents a fully detailed aircraft simulation with all systems including updatable FMC navigation and was sucessfully published in 2008.
Due to some change in personel we re-focused the CRJ Project on the newer aircraft models of the CRJ Series, namely the 700 and 900.
Work has started with collecting necessary documentation late 2008 and within this new site we hope to keep you updated all along the project.
We strive for the highest level of detail and realism, both in functionality and graphical/aural presentation. Not only to simulate a certain type of aircraft, but also to reflect the feeling and atmosphere inside the cockpit.
Digital Aviation – going new ways!