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It’s just a matter of hours before you can Fly The Maddog X in P3D or FSX ! Leonardo Software confirmed in their latest message that the 5 EUR discount will be applied on both versions (P3D4 or FSX/P3D3) for every customer. The release date has been set for both versions : today February 20th at 12:00pm CET. Click here for 64bit Edition, or here for 32bit Edition.

Another set of airlines liveries painted in high definition are bundled in the HD Texture Pack 12 of Paintsim. It’s made only for use with the Airbus A300B4-200 of SimCheck. In this latest pack, the airlines liveries included are Libyan Arab Airines, Hapag-Lloyd, Holiday Airlines and Lufthansa – Old Colors.

There are now public information about the products price of the upcoming Fly The Maddog X. The new and advanced MD-82 simulation will be available either for P3Dv4 at 70 EUR (+vat), or for FSX and P3Dv3 at 57 EUR (+vat). If you get it fast during the first week upon release, all new customers will be able to purchase it at simMarket with a 5 EUR discount (for FSX/P3D v3). Owners of the good old Maddog may have a different offer whose details have not been revealed yet. Edit : prices have been clarified without VAT and the 5 EUR…

With an improved body design for flight performance and modernized avionics, the Fokker F50 was a serious upgrade to the successful F27 model, and was manufactured during 1980’s and 1990’s. Carenado is close to release their model for P3D and FSX.

The new version of Flightsim Commander 10 is now online. It will allow FSX and FS9 pilots to keep on planning their flights, but not on P3D. Registered customers of version 9 can use it for free with their existing licence key. Clearly announced as it is not an upgrade from the previous version, the version 10 brings Aerosoft CRJ 700/900 support at least.

Viewpoint Technologies first release at simMarket ticks all the boxes of the features attended by simmers from a regional airport scenery. At Manchester-Boston Regional KMHT, New Hampshire USA, scenery for P3D4 and FSX, the detailed objects on the apron laid in front of the realistic airport buildings, are combined with a very nice looking terrain. The vegetation, hard surfaces, ground markings, the urban surroundings, all blend perfectly. Icing on the cake : the price is faire given the quality.

The ultimate mesh to cover Earth is FS Global Next Generation released by PILOT’s. It reveals many details of mountains in P3D, FSX or Flight Sim World. The makers optimized their scenery with higher resolution where it is required and appreciated, raising the maximum resolution at 1m. More technical details, videos and screenshots are visible at simMarket.

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