With "Flight Simulation 2018" we're doing a great look back to the past year and its happenings about Prepar3D, X-Plane, FSX and more.
After the opening of the BER Airport for FSX and Prepar3D back in 2014 as well as for Prepar3D v4 last March, the scenery as Aerosoft Berlin Brandenburg XP now also comes for X-Plane 11. This was announced by product manager Jan Depenbusch here in the Aerosoft Forum.
A few minutes ago Aerosoft Cologne (Cologne/Bonn) finally released Prepar3D v4. Already in the past months we had reported several times about the development of the scenery. Aerosoft goes here for the first time new ways, which concerns the developer. If so far all Flight Simulator replicas of
Just in time for Halloween you can not only get scared in offline life, but often also in front of your PC when looking at the prices of different add-ons. Because this event has meanwhile developed to the dates in the year, at which also in the flight
It’s not often that a product is released at Aerosoft on the promised date. But the Mega Airport Madrid professional by Sim-wings was a success, because the Add-On scenery for Prepar3D v4 is now available for 32,95 Euro in the Aerosoft shop. Owners of the previous version of
After a few more “unpredictable” delays it is now finally done: With a few days of lag the Aerosoft A320/A321 Professional have now been released for Prepar3D v4. Thus the Airbus A320 series of the Paderborn-based software company, eagerly awaited by many simulator pilots, is finally complete. The
With v22.214.171.124 the first update of the recently released Aerosoft A318/A319 Professional has been releasead today. However, since the new features are not yet fully developed, the update is just classified as “experimental” and is therefore only suitable for users who are really keen to experiment. Users can
This is issue 15 of our weekly Flight Simulation news recap. We’re starting with a little delay, but now we’re still for you here. flightsim.news Weekly, 18th August 2018 With our format flightsim.news weekly we always bring you up to date. Here you get all news from the
And again there are news about the Aerosoft A320/A321 Professional: On Friday, Mathijs Kok wrote that the expected release date is August 30. And later corrected it to September 6th. In another statement, he also made it clear that there will be no 32bit versions for either the A318/A319
Jo Erlend Sund has yesterday released new preview screenshots of Aerosoft Cologne in their Preview Forum. As we’ve already reported, he’s currently developing the German Airport for Prepar3D v4. There will also be a port over to X-Plane later after the initial release. The project was originally announced