httpv://youtu.be/cKgH_8JxFz0 Available since May 2016 in early access, the final and public version of Aerofly FS2 will be published by Aerosoft officially on December 7th. The selection of featured aircraft is too long to be mentioned here, but there are plenty ones and of different kinds and sizes. The environment features include over 200 airports of the US West coast with their custom buildings and jetways, detailed terrain, customizable weather, visibility and time of day. The virtual world will let you navigate with IFR rules, and the route planning features, including ILS, VOR and NDB. Maps and aircraft expansions can be added to…
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The recently introduced Honeycomb Aeronautical new hardware solutions for flight simulation will be distributed in Europe through Aerosoft, and the German company will also bring the technical support to their customers. Honeycomb is not a new comer, because it’s a brand from Snakebyte group, already maker of controllers and equipments for video games. As reminder and with more details about the upcoming units features, Honeycomb edited a PDF brochure.
Rotate Network wants to open a new multiplayer platform for flight simulators pilots and virtual controllers with the main difference to run it as a company. With these means, Rotate plans to be able to maintain regularly the network and develop software using the latest technology. Before it’s actually open, the roadmap includes a KickStarter campaign.
In order to use the hardware modules of Opencockpit combined with the PMDG 737 NGX, you may need special software to ensure the communication. RKSoftware is pleased to announce the new released OC4BAv4 homecockpit software suite that let you build a B737-600/700/800/900 home cockpit. All functions of the PMDG model can be controlled through Opencockpit units then.
Another bundle from Flight1 is made for pilots who use avionics in their virtual aircraft. This time, Flight One Software include both GNS 430 and 530 in a single pack, for P3D V4/V3 and FSX. These avionics gauges combine high performance display and super quality of picture, with advanced features. Of course, they will be easily integrated in the panel, especially for the addons already prepared for RealityXP integration.
Almost ready for release … here’s the official video httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvrMRpkhU2w&feature=youtu.be
In a Free Special Edition, PC Pilot gathered articles from past issues to give an idea of their magazines content : add-ons reviews, articles and guides about flight simming. You can read the 140 pages full magazine for free on your PC, tablet or smartphone with just your email registration at this URL http://bit.ly/2iK6fKw.
Today brings the sad news that RealAir simulations are closing their doors. In a blog post published today, Sean and Rob mention the reasoning to the closure and rather unexpected news. The full post can be found on their site and is due to family health issues for Sean and with Rob reaching the retirement age and feeling like he doesn’t have “enough energy to carry on with the level of work our customers have come to expect.”.
After FSX and Prepar3D v2/v3, the new version 3 of Flight Control Replay adds FSX Steam Edition to its compatibility list. It’s a free update to all registered customers of this tool that allows them to record and replay any flight situation, even with advanced aircraft addons. It also comes with neat features like speech recognition to control the software, altitude trigger to initiate the record process, or even record your voice at the same time you’re flying. The autho Fabio Merlo also announce the next features to be added for free in the next update : “Xbox One controller support for start…
httpv://youtu.be/vq1R2cUO_vI The second edition of the Flight Sim Web Conference will be held tomorrow Saturday September 24th at http://www.ovpa1.webs.com/. There were over 5.000 spectators past year. This time, the 2 hours program will receive the following exhibitors : Dovetail Games, REX Simulations, Aerosoft, FSFX, and Airline2Sim. A registration is required prior to get access on the website, but it’s free.