Leonardo Software House, the developer behind the incredible Fly the Maddog X aircraft has posted a new open beta for existing customers, that being version 1.2b264. The change log is quite extensive and includes many fixes as well as some new features. If you haven’t tried Fly the Maddog X, it really is an amazing product, one of my all time favourites! For a full change log and upgrade procedure according to the developers recent Facebook post, see below: Open … Read More
Military Visulizations or MilViz has announced a flash sale this coming weekend, starting May 11, 2018 and ending May 13, 2018. The sale will discount all aircraft by 30% using the discount code ‘MayDay’. If you’ve been eyeing any of their products, this might be your opportunity to save some money. Personally, I recommend the old school Boeing 737-200 release, a challenging, detailed, and high quality aircraft. To explore all MilViz product offerings and to take advantage of this discount … Read More
Laminar Research has released a new teaser image showcasing the implementation of new manipulators for the updated 747 cockpit for the upcoming X-Plane V10.8 for Mobile. Although I have not yet tested this platform, it is an interesting alternative to traditional flight simulation when on the go. Certainly seems like a reasonable method of draining battery life! To keep up with any future updates, visit their office Facebook page.
Matteo Veneziani of Orbx San Diego fame has announced his latest project, YBCG, Gold Coast International Airport! The project was designed in parallel with the recently released CityScene Gold Coast product and will compliment said cityscape well. Additionally, the release will include a highly detailed depiction of YSPT, Southport Airport. The preview screenshots look fantastic and I’m really looking forward to this release, I just hope performance remains manageable when paired with CityScene Gold Coast. Please see below for a … Read More
Skyline Simulations continues to release project updates with respect to their in progress KCVG, Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport development for X-Plane 11. Texture work has begun for concourse C and the implementation of different jetway variants continues forward. Object clutter work has also begun. Several progress screenshots have been added to this post, to see more development screenshots, visit their Facebook page. To learn more about Skyline Simulations, visit their website.
Carenado has updated its Saab 340 aircraft to version 1.2. This release includes multiple updates with respect to instrument indications, FSX lighting, and other minor improvements. To update, the package should be downloaded once again, the old version uninstalled, and the new package installed to your simulator. For a full description of the update according to the Carenado Facebook post, please see below: – Solves a problem which torque indication was stuck at max on manual start. – Fixes an … Read More
Bill Womack of iBlueYonder has released some impressive previews of his upcoming Pearson Field project located in Vancouver, Washington, just outside of Portland. The scenery is to be released under the Orbx banner which was expected after their recently announced partnership agreement. Looks like it’s going to be a fantastic general aviation destination, Bill has a way of creating a feeling of total immersion. To keep up to date, check out the iBlueYonder Facebook page. Enjoy the screenshots!
Just Flight, in partnership with Thranda Design, have released the Socata TB-10 Tobago & TB-20 Trinidad for X-Plane 11. Nice to see more and more products coming to market for the X-Plane platform, as options continue to build, I think Laminar Research is finally on its way to becoming a major player in the large scale flight simulation marketplace. For a full description and features according to Just Flight documentation via the official product page, please see below: Just Flight, … Read More