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TCA Boeing Yoke Pack Pre-Ordering Now Available Worldwide

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Several weeks ago, Thrustmaster’s first airliner yoke and throttle quadrant was revealed at Flight Sim Expo in San Diego, CA. These peripherals are to depict Boeing’s Dreamliner 787, and for some this is a dream come true.

The TCA Boeing Yoke pack will be compatible with both PC and Xbox. With the plethora of newcomers entering the hobby, this will be their very first yoke. But the question is, how much will it cost, and where can you get it? The retail prices are as follows:

Suggested Retail Prices:

– TCA Yoke Pack Boeing Edition — £449.99 / $499.99 / €499.99
– TCA Yoke Boeing Edition — £349.99 / $399.99 / €399.99
– TCA Quadrant Boeing Edition — £129.99 / $149.99 / €149.99

Preorder Dates:

– TCA Yoke Pack Boeing Edition — November 9, 2021 — Worldwide
– TCA Quadrant Boeing Edition — November 9, 2021 — Worldwide
– TCA Yoke Boeing Edition — February 10, 2022 — Worldwide

Commercial Availability Dates:

– TCA Yoke Pack Boeing Edition — December 23, 2021 — Worldwide
– TCA Quadrant Boeing Edition — December 23, 2021 — Worldwide
– TCA Yoke Boeing Edition — March 10, 2022 — Worldwide

If you would like to preorder any of these packs you can do so here. For the full press release.

Meanwhile, with the embargo lifted the community was buzzing yesterday with content creators trying out the pack. To see this yoke in use check out these creators:

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Connect Any Real Aircraft’s Controls to Your Simulator

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A Closer Look at the Honeycomb Aeronautical Display

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Thrustmaster Officially Announces TCA Boeing Yoke Pack

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Whilst a few sneak peeks were shown earlier on the show-floor, Thrustmaster has officially announced the TCA Boeing Yoke Pack. The TCA Boeing Yoke Pack

Tim is onstage now presenting. He said this is the “world’s first Boeing yoke and quadrant for flight simulator.” He continued, “this Thrustmaster’s first-ever yoke. That alone is a huge announcement. An ergonomic replica of a Boeing 787 Dreamliner yoke. Replicated that feeling as close as possible – the same feeling a pilot gets when flying the real aircraft.”

The interior of the product is 100% metal. It’s precise, durable and robust. The throttles are swappable and can be expanded over time. For now, the flaps and speed brake are interchangeable. Both will come in the box. It will be functional with Microsoft Flight Simulator on both Xbox Series X and PC when it does release.

The full reveal of the TCA Boeing Yoke Pack will happen on November 9th and Thrustmaster will talk a lot more about it then. If you’re at the show, you can touch and try it right now.

Tim is answering questions from the community. He said “we’re confident this will be a game-changer,” when answering a question from Chewwy94.

There is no current price point or release date at this time.

Stick with FSElite as we’ll be speaking to Tim from Thrustmaster about the announcement and other things related to Thrustmaster. This goes live at 18:45z.

This is a breaking story and will be updated. You can follow the action LIVE on our FSExpo Hub.

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New Honeycomb Aeronautical Products Announced

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