Yesterday, an extensive update for the Flysimware Falcon 50 has been released. As part of the update to version 1.7, the developers have completely reworked the textures of the aircraft.
On Wednesday morning Military Visualizations (Milviz) announced to support only Prepar3D v4.4 from now on. Consequently, new products of the developer studio will not be released for Prepar3D v3, nor for FSX. The main reason to stop FSX support is primarily the Physically Based Rendering (PBR) in Prepar3D v4.4.
Flightbeam Studios and JetStream Designs have announced the cooperation of Toulouse-Blagnac Airport. It will be released for Prepar3D v4.
Now the Carenado Saab 340 is also announced for X-Plane 11. The add-on itself was released a good ten months ago for FSX and Prepar3D.
At the end of January iniSimulations announced an Airbus A380 for X-Plane 11. Now there are new thumbnails and even a short video.
The Dornier Do 27, a well-known aircraft from German production, has been available as freeware for Aerofly FS 2 since January.
With SFD Global, ShortFinal Design will refresh the scenery of X-Plane 11. The product will include new soil textures, regional autogenous and landmarks.
With Digital Design Liverpool for Prepar3D v4, Evgeny Baturin has unveiled his next project which is already on the horizon and will be ready next week.
Eagle Dynamics has announced an F-16 "Fighting Falcon" for DCS World. The module will represent a US-American model variant from 2007.
The developers at Gaya Simulations have announced the Courchevel Altiport (LFLJ) for X-Plane 11. The airport is located in the French alps and is notorious for his dangerous characteristics.