New previews – FlightFactor Boeing C-32

FlightFactor has posted a couple new screenshots highlighting the upcoming Boeing C-32 – X-Plane 11. The aircraft is of course a military passenger transport version of the 757-200 as designated by the USAF. The addition is expected to be completely free of charge for existing owners of the FlightFactor 757. Images: FlightFactor Source: Twitter

SSG E-Jet series updated to V1.4

The team at Supercritical Simulations Group have posted a new product update for the developers popular E-Jet series (E170 + E195). The update features a number of improvements including independent MCDUs, better frame rates, enhanced cockpit textures, new VR manipulators, and much more. Image: Supercritical Simulations Group Source: store

Gaya – status updates concerning Kos and Vienna + new teasers

Gaya Simulations has posted a brief status update concerning various ongoing project. First, in regard to Kos, beta is almost complete for both P3D and XP11. Next, with respect to Vienna, the scenery is expected shortly after Kos – new previews are coming soon. Lastly, the team shared a couple static helicopter teasers from ‘a lovely project to come after Vienna.’ Images: Gaya Simulations Source: Facebook

Stairport Chania enters beta

GREECE – Stairport Sceneries has posted a brief status update (and a couple new screenshots) concerning Chania International Airport (LGSA) for X-Plane 11. According to the developer, “LGSA Chania is now beta.” No further information was provided. Images: Stairport Sceneries Source: Facebook

RIM&Co Tallahassee International Airport now available

UNITED STATES – The guys at RIM&Co have released Tallahassee International Airport (KTLH) for X-Plane 11. According to the developer, the scenery is a ‘realistic rendition’ of the real world airport facility and represents ‘the time when the existing airport infrastructure was updated.’ Looks quite decent for the price. The package is priced at $15.99 USD. Images: RIM&Co Source: store

TorqueSim and RealSimGear announce development of Cirrus SR22 G3 GTS

Big news – TorqueSim, in partnership with RealSimGear, have announced development of the Cirrus SR22 G3 GTS for X-Plane 11. The project is already quite advanced and will be ‘entering internal testing in the coming weeks.’ Moreover, release is ‘currently forecasted to be in late Q1 2020.’ Looks great, these guys are rockstar’s. Images: TorqueSim, RealSimGear, AFM Source: TorqueSim

RD Studios Riverside – airport directory

UNITED STATES – Rising Dawn Studios has posted a couple new shots from Riverside Municipal Airport (KRAL) for X-Plane 11. Specifically, the images highlight the airport directory. Not much more to say other than this is going to be epic. Images: Rising Dawn Studios Source: forums

Overtorque Studios announces freeware Moorabbin Airport

AUSTRALIA – Overtorque Studios, a new scenery design group for X-Plane have announced development of Moorabbin Airport (YMMB). According to the project introduction, the scenery is still very much WIP and is further planned as a freeware release. For those unfamiliar with the area, Moorabbin Airport is a busy general aviation facility located nearby Melbourne, Australia. Source: forums

Cockpit detail – VSkyLabs R66

VSkyLabs has posted several new preview images showcasing cockpit detail with respect to the upcoming Robinson R66 heli for X-Plane 11. Still WIP but getting there. Images: VSkyLabs Source: Facebook

SSG 747-8 Inter Anniversary Edition V2.1.1

Supercritical Simulations Group has released a relatively minor product update for the 747-8 Inter Anniversary Edition (X-Plane 11). The update include various 3D cockpit fixes, FMC items, enhanced cockpit textures, implementation of the SkunkCrafts Updater, and more. Source: store

Vidan posts new pics from Aarhus Airport for X-Plane 11

DENMARK – Vidan Design has posted a couple new pics from Aarhus Airport (EKAH) for XP11. The screenshots highlight the terminal building. Keep in mind, this is a payware project and a large scale remake of the original freeware version for FSX/P3D. Images: Vidan Design Source: Facebook

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