Dino’s “final?” Goshawk update

Over the weekend, Dino Cattaneo released what may be the final, version 2.70, update for his freeware FSX/P3D Boeing T-45C Goshawk naval training aircraft. Over the years since the release of the Goshawk, it has seen many, many iterations and improvements and is one of the best pieces of freeware available for the sim platforms. According to a blog post on Saturday 20th September, however, Dino has announced that with other, newer, projects dom… [...]

More freeware for FTX Global

Sylvain Delepierre has been hard at work for users of Orbx’s FTX Global, with pack 5 of his European scenery upgrades released today. The pack includes seven improved airports, one each for Belgium and Denmark, two for Germany and three in Sweden. The list of airports and a download link can be found here at the Orbx forums…. [...]

Magdeburg–Cochstedt EDBC in development

Captain Seven already brought different kind of freeware stuff to the FSX community : repaints for airliners, including Heringsdorf EDAH scenery in 2013. Currently, his main project is Magdeburg–Cochstedt EDBC, another mid-size airport in Germany. Roll down all this forum thread to discover the 3D PAPI lights…. [...]

Freeware : Aarhus airport

Aarhus, the second largest city of Denmark gets an updated version for its freeware airport FSX/P3D v2 scenery brought to the community by Vidan Design. The author added that this new version will be appreciated thanks to its higher resolution and seasonal photoreal terrain, the new Autogen trees, and the more numerous aircraft shelters. See his complete message below. “I am happy to announce, that a new version of my freeware scenery Aa… [...]

DOVETAIL GAMES LICENSING DEAL WITH MICROSOFT TAKES FLIGHT

As reported earlier on simFlight the Microsoft licensing deal for MSFlight and FSX has today been officially announced by DOVETAIL GAMES on their official web site. Their previous name was Railsimulator Ltd., so you can now easily understand who they are. Developers and publishers of Railworks series and Train Simulator 2012/2013/2014, they have proven their abilities in the railways world. They produce themselves addons for TS but their… [...]

Project Airbus A32X series new models

Project Airbus is one of the most popular freeware development, and they keep on working for us. Currently, their efforts will produce new models (FSX / FS9) for the whole A32X series, from the A318 up to the A321, with sharklets added to their wings…. [...]

Freeware : Iceland revisited

“Iceland revisited” is a free invitation to fly over the nordic land in FSX. This terrain scenery has very nice features starting with detailed coastlines, landclass, roads, and even a photoscenery of Vestmannaeyjar (BIVM). The author himself considers it’s a Beta close to the final version, with more refinements like waterfall-effects and Geysir to be added later. Read the complete description introduced in the showroom of FS… [...]

Palermo LICJ Freeware

On FSIADT blog, discover the Italian airport of Palermo LICJ currently available for FSX. It’s a freeware project that they are adapting for Prepar3d V2.2. Even for FSX, the scenery will be completed in the near future with animated jetways, and custom 3D taxisigns…. [...]

Freeware : Djibouti islands

We found for you new islands of the Republic of Djibouti, settled in the Red Sea near Somalia and Ethiopia. The freeware creation of Richard BUI has been developed for FSX, P3D v1 or P3D v2. His 49Mb file package includes Mouscha and Mascali Islands using both vector and photoreal scenery design technics. Then he wants to design the whole Republic of Djibouti. His blog will open when you click here…. [...]

Rob Richardson’s DH125 for FSX+Accel

Classic British aviation fans now have a new mount available to them, in the form of a new freeware deHavilland 125, from Rob Richardson. The little business jet which went on to be a military trainer, ELINT aircraft and many more things besides, is compatible with FSX + Acceleration only (it requires the F/A-18 gauge set) and can be found on Rob’s website, here…. [...]