The X-Crafts ERJ Family is now available for X-Plane 11. A total of five machines are available for a total of 90 US dollars, more on this in the entire article.
When will it be? As X-Crafts reports on Facebook, the ERJ Family for X-Plane 11 will soon be ready. It will include the ERJ 145 as well as the ERJ 135, ERJ 140 and the ERJ 145XR.
The guys at Carenado are celebrating their 20th birthday and have nnounced an ATR 42 for Prepar3D v4 and FSX. The add-on will be released in a few days.
The Kickstarter campaign to finance the ATR 72 for X-Plane 11 brought Milviz a Shitstorm. We analyzed the causes of the escalation.
A new cockpit preview of the Milviz ATR 72-600 has been published on Facebook. The developers are currently giving TOGA to finish its development.
In collaboration with Aeroplane Heaven, a complete new edition of the Feelthere E-Jets for Prepar3D v4 is currently being developed, including a new model with HD textures, PBR, improved flight dynamics and much more.
The developers of the upcoming Whiskey Jet Simulations A220 have released a new preview video of their project showing the night lighting.
The X-Crafts ERJ Family for X-Plane 11 is making really good progress as the developer now posted a bunch of further preview screenshots of the cockpit.
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.
Past week, Just Flight have announced a rework of the BAe 146 family. As the current version was originally created by CLS, the British publisher now works on an own replica.
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