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Extreme Challenges - Paro International

£ 4.99 GBP
MSFS 2020

This immersive Extreme Challenges Pack offers pilots the opportunity to attempt the impossible by landing a selection of aircraft in to one of the worlds most difficult airports. With a choice of six aircraft – the Diamond DA62, Cessna 208B Grand Caravan, Cessna CJ4 Citation, A320, B747 and B787 – you can experience the thrill of landing with varying levels of difficulty. Each mission spawns you a few nautical miles away from the airport, giving you time to prepare the aircraft, and more importantly, prepare yourself, for the challenge ahead.

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Product Features

36 Unique Scenarios:

With an impressive selection of 36 scenarios to choose from, this Extreme Challenges Pack offers a large selection of missions to enable you to have the best variety.

Livery Inclusion:

This pack contains a custom Asobo liveries by VA Systems, which can be reused outside the mission packs.

One Click Flying:

Select your chosen mission and you will spawn in the air. Stabilise your aircraft and prepare for descent pray you land with the sunny side up!

A diverse range of conditions:

No two days are the same as a pilot, and we really want to bring this reality to you. You can fly the same route, but the weather will really impact your decisions and choices as you descend into the airport.

The Challenge:

Strap in, select your aircraft, set the weather, and take to the skies for an unforgettable extreme challenge experience at Paro.

Suitable for all levels of experience:

Whether you are new to flight simulation or whether you are a frequent simmer, we believe this unique offering will help you master your flights into the airport.

Further Information:

This product uses the Asobo default aircraft, and requires the Deluxe version for the B787 to work. If you do not have the B787 installed, these missions will not appear, but those for the A320 and B747 will continue to work.