It’s not very often that you get to post a video about setting up FS hardware, so it seems apt that we start today’s roundup with Virtual Fly‘s Solo Flight Panel. This all-in-one panel module, connected to your computer via a network connection and Pete Dowson’s WideFS, is designed to look like the panel of many light GA aircraft, but the gauge set and controls are suitable for use with most aircraft. The unit is only compatible with MS FS 2004/9 and FSX.
Next we’ll turn our attention to SkyHighSim‘s rendition of Belgrade‘s Nikola Tesla Airport. This Serbian hub has native support for FSX and P3D, utilising custom structures, foliage, a photoreal background texture and custom coded approach lighting. There are a few airports in the Balkans and Southern Europe to make it worthwhile visiting this area now, so why not take a look and add this one to your list of potential destinations too?
Those of us who are fed up of seeing and hearing the default fictional AI airliners flying around may be interested in JustFlight‘s Traffic 360 – not a new product, but it is a new addition to simMarket’s shelves. It comes in three versions – boxed, download and an upgrade for users of Traffic X – also adding the option of driveable airport vehicles to explore your world in and “Spotty”, for tracking and watching the AI traffic around you.
Finally for today’s roundup, we have the boxed set of the Qualitywings Ultimate 146 Collection from Flight1. The name is a slight misnomer, as it does not actually include any BAe146s at this point, rather the modernised Avro RJ family of RJ70, RJ85 and RJ100. These models have been very well received by the community since their release as a download product and they are now available on physical media as well. You can check out the full listing of features on the product page.