The popular EC-135 helicopter have been developed by a freeware group including Thoms Rohl and Icaro members. Their FS9 version is nearing completion but there will be also a FSX native model. Check the previews published in the following German forum.
FSAddon received informations from one of their developers working on the Hudson. The various preview pictures are shared on their homepage here.
Now you’ve taken the regular rythm of Microsoft Flight news, once a month, I guess you were expecting this one. Direct your browser again to http://www.microsoft.com/games/flight/ and see 10 new screenshots of airport terminal and tower details, 3D clouds, waterfalls, ground terrain. Check their “News” section to read their web community and website manager job offer.
The P46T (PA-46) Malibu has made its first flight in FSX. Unfortunately, there is no textures applie on the 3D model. Anyway, the screenshots can be found here.
The Aerosoft previews forum has fed us with various news every week, but less than we have been used to lately. Anyway, we’ve found at least the first preview of Maastricht-Aachen Airport (EHBK). Of course, it’s at an early stage of development, but we can already see some nicely mapped vehicles and main buildings with photoreal textures.
Point your browser to McPhat Facebook page to have an eye at their PMDG 737 NGX preview. Another high quality aircraft is being painted with payware repaints with HD textures made with their own photoreal textures at higher resolution than the original ones. Note that the Boeing House livery will be freeware. While I’m writing about the 737 NGX, it will be available as a boxed product published by Aerosoft in the upcoming weeks, stay tuned !
Jon Patch has worked on Vancouver+ 3 for the past 2 years, and you can check the development progress on his blog. His latest note shows the BC place roof !
Big Fat Simulations’ Airport Madness 4 developments keeps on the right way. Actual Airport Madness series titles are found here. The developers’ blog reminds what has already been stated about more aircraft types and more airports with help fo two more people : an experienced artist and a coder. Take the survey and tell what you’d like to be developed.
Gary Summons of UK2000 scenery has something new to showcase : an “Xtremely” detailed GA airport in Scotland. Cumbernauld Xtreme will receive your light aircraft with much more details and high resolution textures than in VFR airfields series.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zN-S_4Mvhic&feature=player_embedded Almost 7 minutes of demonstration and preview video of the Silence Twister that Iris team designers are working at. Stomach resistance needed !