Orbx San Diego Version 2.0, More Previews

Iain Emms of Orbx has posted another set of preview images from San Diego V2.0 by Matteo Veneziani.  The update is a significant upgrade to the existing scenery including numerous general improvements and widescale performance optimizations.  First previewed only last week, the update certainly appears to be coming along nicely. Check out a selection of preview images below. To see the complete set of preview images, visit the source thread via the Orbx forums.  If you’d like to learn more about … READ MORE

Ben Gurion Airport by David Rosenfeld, Previews

David Rosenfeld has released several new preview images from the developers in progress Ben Gurion Airport project for Prepar3D.  According to David, the scenery is currently planned for an early 2019 release.  Moreover, SODE jetway compatibility has been confirmed. Located 19 kilometres southeast of Tel Aviv, Israel, the airport is the busiest facility in the country serving over 20 million passengers per annum. Check out the latest preview images below. The project appears to be progressing nicely and certainly a … READ MORE

Coolsky Super 80 + DC-9 Coming to Prepar3D V4

Coolsky has officially announced that the developers Super 80 Classic, Super 80 Professional, and DC-9 Classic are coming to Prepar3D V4.  Originally released years ago for FSX, the porting process is almost complete.  In fact, with regards to current project status and a potential release timeline, the developer comments, “We are currently in beta testing. Release expected soon.”. Keep in mind however, the Prepar3D release will be almost identical to that of FSX with the exception of the DC-9 Classic … READ MORE

Drzewiecki Design Chicago, Unusual Easter Egg

Drzewiecki Design has posted several new preview renders showcasing a unique easter egg to be included as part of the developers Chicago airport project.  Specifically, as part of the ongoing static aircraft design initiative, Drzewiecki has modeled N345AN, the American Airlines Boeing 767-300 that caught fire at O’Hare back in 2016.   According to the developer, “the accident happened at O’Hare so it can be placed in some hangar as an easter egg”.  The entire 767 family is being developed … READ MORE

Aerosoft Köln Bonn Airport by Jo Erlend, New Previews

Jo Erlend via Aerosoft has posted some new preview images showcasing the latest build of the developers Köln Bonn Airport scenery.  The project is looking absolutely stunning and appears to be progressing nicely.  Initially planned for Prepar3D V4 only, a 32-bit version is expected at a later date.  Moreover, with regards to a potential X-Plane 11 version, Jo comments, “Regarding an X-Plane version, most likely there will be an X-Plane port later on, though it’s not being worked on at the … READ MORE

MP Design Studio Aérospatiale SA 315B Lama, Released

MP Design Studio has released the Aérospatiale SA 315B Lama for FSX and Prepar3D.  Originally designed to meet hot and high operational requirements of the Indian and Nepalese Armed Forces, the Lama is a uniquely versatile machine.  First introduced in the late 1960s, many examples are still flying today. The final release product certainly looks very good, nicely representative of the helicopters minimalistic design characteristics. Check out a selection of official release images below. It was previously stated by the … READ MORE

Aeroplane Heaven Announces Hurricane Mk1A

Aeroplane Heaven has announced development of the Hurricane Mk1A and posted several early project renders.  The Hurricane is a British single seat fighter aircraft originally introduced in the mid 1930s.  Service wise, the aircraft was integral to the Royal Air Force in the second world war fighting in all major theatres. The initial aircraft renders certainly look very good, I know many will be following this development closely. Please see below for a selection of project previews. To see the … READ MORE

Charity Scenery Project London Heliport, Released

The wonderful Charity Scenery Project has released EGLW, London Heliport for Prepar3D V4.  Currently known as NetJets London Heliport by way of sponsorship, the facility is located in Battersea on the south bank of the River Thames.  Interestingly, EGLW is London’s only licensed heliport. With regards to the developer, the Charity Scenery Project is a non profit development organization producing sceneries for charity.  Basically, products are sold at a nominal fee with all proceeds donated directly to a worthwhile charitable … READ MORE

MK-Studios Lisbon, More Project Previews

MK-Studios has posted several new preview images from the developers upcoming Lisbon scenery project for Prepar3D V4.  The latest previews showcase both airport and city progress as the project continues to push forwards towards the final development stage. Check out a selection of the latest project development images below. Last previewed earlier this month, the scenery certainly appears to be coming together nicely, see our post dated August 6, 2018 for more. To review the original imagery source as well … READ MORE

Aerosoft Airbus 320 + 321, Overhead Panel and Release Target

Aerosoft has announced the initial release date target for the Airbus Professional 320 + 321 package.  According to Mathijs Kok of Aerosoft, “I am now looking at August 30 (unless there are unexpected issues)”.  Presumably, this means SP1 for the 318 + 319 will also be released around the same time as both packages are expected to share the same systems status. Moreover, project developer Stefan Hoffmann has posted some new images and information illustrating technical differences between narrowbody overhead … READ MORE

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