The Boeing B757-200 for X-Plane 10 by FlightFactor and produced by VMAX has been updated to version 1.1.1, including a long number of fixes, a full list of which can be found on the X-Plane.org forums, here.
The headline addition from the new version is that two engine variants are now available in the package – the RR RB211-535E4 originally released, plus a new model with Pratt&Whitney PW2037. Inkeeping with the detail and depth of the package, which is officially licensed by Boeing, the new model features systems and changes appropriate for the change of engine, not just a visual model change. The package can be purchased here.
It seems like only a few hours ago that we were announcing the final previews of Taxi2Gate‘s İstanbul Atatürk Airport (LTBA/IST) for FSX SP2/Acceleration: That’s probably because it was!
As promised, however, we can now announce that the package is available to purchase through simMarket, here, with the usual level of detail and features that you’d expect from a Taxi2Gate product; the custom structures and ground textures are joined by a replacement mesh, hand-placed autogen and volumetric grass, amongst other features. For full details and more screenshots, the product can be found at the link above.
It was announced yesterday by Navigraph that AIRAC Cycle 1403 is now available for use in their products either by running an update in FMS Data Manager or manually downloading the installer. Further information can be found here.
The data set has also been updated and is available with Aerosoft‘s NavDataPro package.
Are you ready to take up the challenge of controlling air traffic as Tower / Approach / Departure in 14.000 airports of the world ? Aerosoft took in account the customers wishes to have realistic airlines and airplanes on their radar screen. This is Global ATC, available at simMarket as a download or now also as a box.
Feelthere have added Seattle’s SeaTac (Seattle-Tacoma) International Airport, KSEA, to the locations you can control within Tower 2011.
Well known to many flight simmers as the starting point for FS2004, KSEA is the primary hub for both Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air, along with being a destination for most major international airlines and internal US carriers. This add-on works with both the single player and multiplayer versions of the ATC sim.