Alaska has been a draw for simulated pilots for about as long as it has been available to visit. With many communities only reachable by air, sea, or long mountain and forest hikes, the area is reliant on bush aircraft to live at all and commercial air travel for communication with the ‘lower 49′ and onwards to much of the rest of the world.
Now available for X-Plane 10 is “Final Frontier 10“, from Scenery4XP, covering the Alaskan Panhandle from the Misty Fjords up to Juneau, with a total of 120 airports and seaplane bases within its borders. Look here for more information and screenshots.
Required for Prepar3D v2.2, the latest version of FSUPIC 4.931 can be downloaded from Pete Dowson“s forum here.
Obviously, it may be useful for FSX users as well so always use the newest version available so you can get support, take advantage of the latest features and fixes to avoid any problem or compatibility issue.
It’s not the first time we report here about Drzewiecki Design – Tallinn EETN airport development, but it may be necessary to remind you that this project will include the city in 3D, and that the screenshots found in their forum have been taken from FS9. The final product will be also compatible with FSX and P3D though.
Do not get confounded with their other current project, UUEE Moscow Sheremetyovo that will not come with down town details.
Play the above video to watch the HD Training video trailer of Airline2Sim program to learn you tons of information about the Majestic Q400.
As the airplane addon is an advanced and very realistic simulation, many simmers will appreciate to improve their knowledge to act better like real pilots do when they fly a Q400. Serious about flight simming ? Follow the instructions of a real life Q400 UK pilot during 9,5 hours.
Introduced as a small Serbian company on their own page at simMarket, SkyHighSim made a good demonstration of their airports sceneries design skills in the latest products release : Belgrade X V2.
First of all, note that you can purchase it and then use it either for FSX, P3D v1.4 or P3D v2.2. And in a second time, you’ll be definitely attracted by the ground terrain and apron textures details, the reflective glass effects, the numerous ground services vehicles and road traffic around the airport.