Browsing: Prepar3D

Could you imagine a brand new Boeing 737-200c would takeoff ? A virtual one can ! Head over MilViz webpage to check their new model for FSX and P3D featuring a detailed virtual cockpit with many systems and custom steam gauges. Owners of the Beta can retrieve the revised manuals here.

Among the destinations around the world you wish to fly to, Tropicalsim suggest you to add SBGR Saol Paulo. 2013. Well, they have good reasons : not only it’s the biggest airport of Brasil, one of the most important of all Latin America for sure. Of course, the facts it is accurate including up to the Terminal 3 under construction and 165 sq. km of photoreal scenery can be taken in account. In just one product, you get FSX/P3D and FS2004 installers.

Among the numerous features loaded in the future Professional Flight Planner X (PFPX), the NOTAMs will be added to the preflight file and dispatch report. NOTAMs are messages edited by the official aeronautical and navigation administration agencies to inform the pilot crews about airports modifications, runways or taxiways off traffic, or other dangers to be found in aircraft landing profiles, flight restriction areas etc. PFPX will retrieve the current informations for the actual airports selected in your route (as Depature / Arrival / Alternative ..), but it also allows to add custom code if a virtual airline has messages to spread…

Big Apple and airports are gonna trust simMarket with Drzewiecki Design. The team is about to release New York City X first for FSX/P3D (click here for screenshots). Check back again here or simMarket because it should happen in the coming days. Available later in September, New York Airports X will include “6 high quality New York airports” for FSX/P3D.  Our friends at simFlight Russia add that Drzewiecki Design plans a package NY City + Airports for FS2004 this Fall as well.

Released a few days ago, openVFR Autogen is a new package, based around downloadable country packs, which provides 3d objects to terrain – as the name implies – derived from the positions provided by the OpenStreetMap project. 13 European countries and 1 African are covered in the initial tranche of releases, which can be used with both openVFR’s  own sceneries and others – more details on which can be found by visiting the openVFR website, here. The scenery is compatible with both MS FSX and Lockheed-Martin Prepar3D.

As the products release keep on flowing, Carenado needs to start more aircraft projects to feed their catalog with new entries in the coming months. The last announcement is aimed at FSX/P3D users : it’s a PA-46 Malibu Mirage. Manufactured by Piper Aircraft and powered by a 350hp piston engine , it’s the little sister of the Meridian which has more powerful 500hp turboprop engines.

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