The Iberic peninsula has received its Next Mesh product by FranceVFR. It covers Spain and Portugal with a High Definition mesh as high as LOD13, based on NextMap Europe program. Other titles are available for the Western Europe countries.
Their Europe bundle, also part of the Next Mesh series, is a little bit different since the High Definition in the simulator has been limited to LOD11. This achieves anyway a very good definition of the mesh from Great Britain to Italy, and from Netherlands down to Portugal.
Good news for the numerous fans of FlyTampa around here. Their upcoming scenery of Sydney Intl YSSY is receiving the last touch like the manual editing and final scenery optimization.
We can be optimistic enough to expect the release at the beginning of next month in June.
Daytona in Florida is almost certainly more famous for its racetrack and ‘the 500′ than it is for its airport, but that’s okay, because Aerosoft‘s rendition of Daytona Beach International Airport (KDAB) covers the speedway, the airport, plus a lot more besides, for FSX and P3D.
With additional corrections for six other airport locations, all of which are covered within a substantial 4850 km² photoreal area, plus a helipad, an ongoing NASCAR race at the Speedway, the beach and not forgetting all the usual high quality detail and features you’d expect from an Aerosoft airport, you can find full details here.
This latest package from Synchro-Soft covers the Britten Norman BN-2 Islander, offering replacement sounds for the type in FSX. The package is available here, while if you like to look of the video and want the aircraft to go with the sounds, the Flight1 BN2 Islander is also available at simMarket.
There are always offers of some kind on at simMarket, which you can find by clicking on the red “SALES” link below the scrolling bar at the top, or by following the simFlight Facebook page. However, as there are currently quite a few, the staff over at our sibling site have asked us to make you aware of them.
FSPS, Lionheart Creations, LatinVFR and RAZBAM products are currently all at 50% off, while you can save 40% on Tropical Sim and MegaScenery Earth, 30% on Real Environment Xtreme, 25% on Drzewiecki Design, plus finally 20% on Real Earth X, Realworld Scenery and Funner Flight.
That’s quite a lot of savings, on quite a lot of products!
The Russian bomber began its service in the 1960’s. 50 years later, Virtavia provides their model of the TU-22 Blinder for FSX Steam Edition only.
The photoreal panel, the multiple animations and visual effects are some of the features that you can discover on the product page here.
Taxi2Gate – KSEA Seattle : their new scenery is now fully compatible with Orbx PNW thanks to this update.
FS2Crew PMDG 737NGX ‘Reboot’ in Beta : new version and new airline procedures in development. It’s already in Beta test and may be out near the end of June.
ActiveSky Next (ASN) SP3 Open Beta : another batch of bugs fixes, for use at your own risk as this is not a final and guaranteed stable version.
Wilco Publishing have sent out a newsletter to subscribers, announcing a sale with free shipping for boxed media versions of their products, but also a link to new screenshots of their Work-in-Progress Dassault Falcon 7X for FSX and P3D.
“The development of our Falcon 7X is still in progress, currently being tested by testers and real 7X pilots. We are very excited to release it but there is no firm release date yet. Wilco Publishing’s Falcon 7X is developed in partnership with Dassault Aviation.”
You can find the new screenshots at Wilco’s Facebook page, here.
Rather than just release their new Soldier Summit route for Train Simulator 2015 as a regular DLC pack, developers Dovetail Games have given it an entire new version of the sim of its own, partnering it with the previously released “London – Faversham High Speed” and “The Rhine Railway: Mannheim-Karlsruhe” in TS2015 Epic Journeys Edition.
Because the new edition is being sold for the same price as a normal DLC route, if you don’t have either of the others, then it’s at least two routes for the price of one… If you’re interested, you can find it on Steam, here.
FSLoadMaster from PegasusWeb is an inexpensive, stand-alone, tool, allowing you to calculate fuel burn – and thus loading – for a wide variety of aircraft in the FS world.
A new update to version 3, which is free to existing users, brings three new aircraft profiles, direct load of performance data from MSFS titles, an improved load page and more – all of which can be seen by visiting the product page, from where you can also download the current manual and tutorial for the package.