Today the Carenado Saab 340 was announced for X-Plane 11. We thought about what would have made more sense instead.
There are new preview screenshots of the upcoming Colimata Concorde for X-Plane 11. Meanwhile she even made it into the Flight Simulator.
After the development studio FlyJSim is known for classic airliners, especially for releases like the Boeing 737-200 and a package of the Boeing 727, now the step into the modern age is coming. A few minutes ago a Dash-8 Q400 for X-Plane 11 was announced under the product label
A development team called Whiskey Jet Simulations is currently working on the implementation of an Airbus A220-300 for FSX. Yesterday more preview screenshots were published on their Facebook page, which already show the cockpit including textures and avionics. Currently the release of the Airliner is only planned for FSX.
The QualityWings Ultimate 146 Collection has now finally been released for Prepar3D v4. The product was originally published in 2012/2013 for FSX, the update is only a adaptation for the 64-bit simulator. It is available as a seperate product for US $19.95 and can be purchased directly at Flight1. Included are
About an hour ago new preview screenshots of the upcoming Just Flight 747 Classic were released. As we already reported several times before, the British developers are busy for quite some time to develop the classic series of the Boeing 747 for the FSX, the FSX:SE and Prepar3D.
In his public Facebook group, Andrzej Borysewicz of the Supercritical Simulations Group (SSG) has announced that an important milestone has been reached in the development of the SSG CRJ-Series. The outdoor model of the CRJ-700NG is almost finished, he also showed several new preview screenshots. The current schedule
As Kristoffer Eriksen recently told us by email, the Freeware 717 for X-Plane 11, which we already reported about here, is currently making good progress. The modeling of the virtual cockpit is nearly finished, as the preview screenshots we attached to the article show. In addition, we will
On Thursday the Sky Simulations MD-11 was released as new version 2 for FSX, FSX:SE and Prepar3D (v2/v3/v4). The triple jet aircraft McDonnell Douglas MD-11, which is very popular in the Flight Simulation community, costs 41.99 Euros and is available at simMarket. If you already own the old
The COLIMATA Concorde for X-Plane 11, which was announced almost a year ago, is back with news. Just under an hour ago, new preview screenshots were released, which not only textured the cockpit but even showed it with instruments. The developers are currently working on making as many