A2A Simulations has pushed a small product update for the Accu-sim Cherokee 180 (for Prepar3D V4). The release brings the software up to Version 22.214.171.124 and features several incremental improvements to the existing aircraft build. As usual, click the “Check for Updates” icon via the Windows start menu to install. Please see below for a list of changes. ————————— Version 126.96.36.199 Changes Reduced susceptibility to prop strike when taxying downhill. Fixed artifact briefly appearing on windshield when glass fogging starts. … Read More
Scott of A2A Simulations has proposed a new line of (potential) aircraft products. Dubbed the “Official Military Trainer” line, the models would encompass a slightly different ethos compared to existing offerings. Accordingly, A2A is running a Facebook poll to gather community feedback. Keep in mind, the current proposal is actually a more defined version of another ongoing Facebook poll started just yesterday. Anyway, please see the complete description below. ————————— OK, one more time as that original poll was not … Read More
A2A Simulations has posted new product updates for the Accu-sim Beechcraft Bonanza V35, Spitfire MkI-II, and P-40 Warhawk. Keep in mind, the updates are applicable to Prepar3D V4+ only. Please see below for changelog information for all three aircraft. ————————— Accu-sim Beechcraft Bonanza V35 Version 188.8.131.52 Changes Added choice of default GPS gauge to Aircraft Configurator (P3D version). The legacy fs9gps gauge is the recommended option; the p3dgps gauge includes some additional features but appears to be a work-in-progress. Added … Read More
Lewis of A2A Simulations has posted an extended and comprehensive development update regarding numerous projects and various other items. Given the detail and length of the original post, I will not try to summarize everything as it’s best to read the complete article. Topics include several projects designed for the US Military (T-6A Texan II and T-38A Talon Trainer), Aerostar and J3 Cub progress (among others), new Accu-sim Technology, a weekend sale, and much more. *Image courtesy of A2A Simulations.