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httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MD5LRh2nYk&feature=player_embedded As we haven’t seen a new product from Urakawa, famous for his Japanese airports ground vehicles (AGV) series, I decided to visit directly his homepage. Picked up ! Posted in May 2011 on YouTube, the above video is a preview of very detailed 3D animations of pushback tug and ground crews at Tokyo Haneda RJTT for FS2004.

Let’s revise together the Corfu X forum thread in Aerosoft previews section. Click here and access direct to the latest screenshots showing the custom ground textures laid on the runway, and the previous page here revealed one of the very nice spotters place.

We are now used to Mathijs Kok’s taste in aircraft : its typical best lift would be in a bush and strange looking airplane. The Wilga 35A preview found in Aerosoft forum just confirms. Development for FSX should end before Fall season.

According to Carenado’s Facebook page, they have entered beta testing for their latest HD project, the Cessna 337 Skymaster. Check out this album of pre-beta screen captures. The detail within the VC is outstanding! Be on the lookout for this one hitting SimMarket soon!

As FSDreamTeam developers are nearing completion of their KLAX Los Angeles scenery, there are a few screenshots to see in this forum thread along the various pages. They will release first the FSX version and then will see if they can make a FS9 version due to their latest design techniques making things not so easy to adapt in the older sim.

Here’s a close-up shot of the FSLabs A320 rear right gear. Nice to see a detailed 3D model with high quality textures wrapped on it. Uploaded on their Facebook wall.

Some simmers are more patient than others needing regular updates. If not, they imagine that a project is stuck. Demonstration made by Mathijs Kok himself, the CRJ in development at Digital Aviation workshop is alive and going well.

A second news item reporting the 3D modelling activities of McPhat Studios should not be too much to ensure most of you can see their design abilities. Even if you already knew about that, there are new screenshots of the ATR 72-500 virtual cockpit to discover at Facebook.