Browsing: Andrew Barter

FS2004

Review: Leonardo SH Maddog 2010 Professional

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Leonardo SH has given us their latest version of the Maddog… the MD-82 of the MD-80 series of airliners. Rather than take you through the various qualities of the aircraft, I’ll take you through a flight in FS9 so you can tell whether this aircraft is for you or not (FSX version available, too, read on…).

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Review: VFR-Short Fields X Prince Edward Island

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VFR-Short Fields X is a newcomer to scenery development in FSX. They make smaller airports of Canada that are located in areas not well known to the general FS community. In this review I’ll check out their latest add-on, VFR-Short Fields PEI.

FS2004

Review: Flight Tracker (Time To Fly!) Edition

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Every now and then a product comes out that takes you by surprise. By surprise I mean that on the surface it looks interesting and you’re not sure if it’s worth the money, but then you try it and you love it! This happened to me when a review of…

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Review: Sao Paulo Guarulhos from TropicalSim

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A few weeks ago I reviewed Congonhas (SBSP) from TropicalSim. During my writing they released Guaruhlos (SBGR). So, I will take you on a similar view of SBGR and then you’ll have a regional and international airport for Sao Paulo, Brazil. Is it as good as Congonhas? Even better says…

FS2004

Review: TropicalSim’s Congonhas X (SBSPx)

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This review is on a product that’s been out since early 2008 and now that we are getting our PC’s to a point where it can handle FSX it’s worth looking at again. First, it comes with good versions for FS9 and FSX. Second, this is an impressive airport to fly in and out of in real life and in Flight Simulator 9/X.

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Review: SceneryTech South America Landclass

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Landclass scenery upgrades the realism of the areas you fly in by showing ground textures that represent the real life location and shape of various vegetation and city regions. It is not to be confused with photo scenery which depicts the real area by showing satellite images of the ground.…