Available now from the publisher’s webstore is FSAddon‘s Avro Anson package for FSX and Prepar3D, featuring 13 models from the inter-war Mk.I through to the Mk.XIX still flown today from the Shuttleworth Collection, pictured above.
Developed by Simon Smieman, the package includes both civilian and military versions of the venerable “Annie”, including the floatplane conversion, ground crew and tractor. To find out more, visit the FSAddon site, here.
precipitFX is the first release from new developers Oldprop Solutions and it brings to the table a number of improvements to items such as vortices, contrails, wheel spray/smoke and rain/snow effects for FSX
Working with any aircraft in the sim, precipitFX’s effects can be seen in the video presented above and, if that catches your interest, you can find out more here, at simMarket.
The developers at FS2Crew have been at work in the background and, less than 24 hours after the release of the A318/A319 package, a new version of FS2Crew for the Aerosoft Airbus has been released to support it.
Labelled version 2.0, the new release adds support for Lockheed-Martin Prepar3D v2, in addition to the two smaller Airbus aircraft. The change log also notes that when the new A320/A321 models are released, they should work ‘out of the box’ with version 2.0.
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 dominating his time, the little Goshawk is considered at its final version… Probably.
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The Aerosoft fleet of narrowbody Airbus aircraft grew today with the release of the A318 and A319 shortened versions of the series, following on from the success of their A320/A321 package for FSX/P3D a while ago.
Focussing on life in the Captain’s seat of the aircraft, the package includes replications of many of the aircraft’s systems, including FADEC, FMS, Aerosoft’s own weather radar and FS2Crew’s RAAS (locked to this product.). A price reduction is available for customers who have already purchased the A320/A321 package, as well. Find out full details here for the download version or here for the boxed version.
To enhance the audio experience onboard your virtual Cessna 177 Cardinal in FSX, you may try tbe custom soundset designed by Synchro-Soft.
The download product is a 18 Mb file for sale at simMarket.
Polish developers Drzewiecki Design turned their attention East recently, with the release of Sheremetyevo airport, serving the capital of Moscow in neighbouring Russia.
The package is now available for Microsoft Flight Simulator 9, as well as the FSX/P3D version already released, and features up-to-date construction works, custom vehicles and 3d figures, docking systems, automatic season switching and more.
Full details can be found here. The FSX/P3D version can be found here.
Drzewiecki Design forum host the new scenery project preview they have announced : Baku (UBBB) in Azerbaidjan
Like Tallinn, they will model the airport and the capitaly city !
Not one, but three packs make up MegaScenery Earth‘s coverage of the European powerhouse that is Germany; South, Central and North.
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Insert TKPK as destination airport in FMC and you’ll land at St Kitts island in the middle of the Caribbean, between Puerto Rico and the French Antilles.
You can land in FSX with almost any kind of aircraft (out of the A380) and you’ll get all Taxi2Gate details and level of quality that you have been used to : from custom ground terrain to airport fencing, 3D grass and custom markings among many other features.