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The Tu-144 addon for FlightGear has been developed by Michael Danilov since April 2015 and aims to accurately model the latest, long-range, variant of the aircraft (Tu-144D). It can be installed with the [[FlightGear_Qt_launcher|QT launcher]] using this hangar URL: https://gitlab.com/mdanil/Tu-144_hangar/raw/master/catalog.xml
 
The Tu-144 addon for FlightGear has been developed by Michael Danilov since April 2015 and aims to accurately model the latest, long-range, variant of the aircraft (Tu-144D). It can be installed with the [[FlightGear_Qt_launcher|QT launcher]] using this hangar URL: https://gitlab.com/mdanil/Tu-144_hangar/raw/master/catalog.xml
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The highlights, as of November 2020, are:
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The highlights, as of December 2020, are:
    
* [[DATCOM]] FDM agrees with normal flight perf in the whole range of fuel and payload.
 
* [[DATCOM]] FDM agrees with normal flight perf in the whole range of fuel and payload.
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* Detailed visual, adapted from from Nikita Konstantinov's FSX add-on with slight improvements, almost fully syncs over MP.
 
* Detailed visual, adapted from from Nikita Konstantinov's FSX add-on with slight improvements, almost fully syncs over MP.
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* Automated crew reduces the simulation-related workload by reading some instruments and doing some landing/RTO actions.
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* Automated crew reduces the simulation-related workload by performing some of the copilot and engineer tasks on command, reading some instruments and doing some actions during landing and RTO.
    
* Both realistic autostart and [[State_Overlay_System|state overlays]] have been implemented, allowing for quick testing and debugging.
 
* Both realistic autostart and [[State_Overlay_System|state overlays]] have been implemented, allowing for quick testing and debugging.
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| Max at 19,000 m || Mach 2.15
 
| Max at 19,000 m || Mach 2.15
 
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| Pattern || 340 km/h IAS (~ 350 km/h TAS)
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| Pattern (canard out) || 340 km/h IAS (~ 350 km/h TAS)
 
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| Approach || 290 km/h IAS (~300 km/h TAS)
 
| Approach || 290 km/h IAS (~300 km/h TAS)
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