The latest aircraft to emerge from Carenado‘s X-Plane hangar at version 2 is the venerable C185 Skywagon – a true stalwart of back-country flying and off-airport operation.
Compatible with XP9.6/9.7 or 10.21 and later, including 64-bit, the full Skywagon package comes in two parts – the standard “base pack“, which comprises conventionally wheeled taildragger variants [...]
Owner of the 777-200LR in X-Plane ? Yes i mean Ramzzess/Aerosoft model, of course, the advanced and realistic heavy sim.
There’s an update version 1.42 for it. Many fixes and improvements are including, demonstrating again how far they want to go in systems simulation and accuracy.
The helicopters specialists in X-Plane finished the update 1.20 for their Bell 206 JetRanger III.
You’re cleared for takeoff with X-Plane 9.67 or X-Plane 10 32/64bits ! Access to the complete installer in your order history.
Is the Carenado TBM 850 already in your FSX / Prepar3D hangar ? Go update it, there’s a service pack 2 for you to download. Infos here.
Both Bonanza V35 and F33A for X-Plane have been also updated : they are now working with X-Plane 9.7, and X-Plane 10 32/64bits on PC, Mac or Linux OS.
Anchorage‘s airport is the main point of entry for most people to the state of Alaska, so it seems a fairly obvious target for developers. Aerosoft have now made their version of the airport available to X-Plane 10 pilots.
The scenery features not only PANC itself, but also includes the Lake Hood airports of LHD, [...]
Two beautiful and light airplanes developed for X-Plane by Carenado can enlarge your virtual collection.
Sold separately, the Bonanza V35 and Bonanza F33A come in Version 2, each with great 3D modelling, detailed textures, custom gauges and soundset.
The second update today is also for Laminar Research X-Plane, this time Colimata‘s MiG-29 fighter – updated to version 1.5.
The change listing, unfortunately, lists all the updates since version 1.0 of the package, so we can’t tell you exactly what has changed (other than that the stick [...]
Ramzzess group will get even more famous after their popular 777 for X-Plane.
They’re good at modelling airliners, have a look now at their upcoming 757 planned for next month.
The use of OpenStreetMap data for X-Plane add-ons definitely seems to be ‘taking off’, if you’ll pardon the pun.
SceneryTechXP, through AWG Simulations, have now taken that to Africa, bringing the more accurate open source data set into use to provide either pure OSM data, or OSM + default autogen, to fill in the gaps [...]