After a “guess their next project” competition post, with little to no hints or information, JustSim has announced that they are working on Barcelona, LEBL. The release of Barcelona by JustSim is imminent with it hopefully coming as early as the next couple of days so stay tuned.
Over on the Aerosoft Forums, Mathijs Kok has created a post with some rather beautiful pictures showcasing the upcoming A330 project. Take a read of what he had to say on the Aerosoft Forum and be sure to stay tuned for more previews.
Mir, one of the FlightBeam Developers has earlier today cleared up a few things regarding what is happening with their long awaited rendition of Minneapolis and also how things are working out for them at the moment. For the full press release, you can head on over to the FlightBeam Forum.
On the Aerosoft Forums, a developer from LimeSim and S3DD who originally made the original Lukla Mt Everest scenery which was published by Aerosoft a while ago has now just recently announced that it shall be making a return with a much newer version. For more information and an expected features list,…
Over on FSDreamTeams Facebook page, they have recently published a ground preview of their upcoming product; Charlotte Douglas International Airport. From the looks of it, It’s going to be another fantastic product as always.
On the Aerosoft Forum, Mathijs posted a new topic showcasing some previews for their upcoming release of Milan Malpensa. Aerosoft Malpensa is being developed by David Rosenfeld, who is renowned for his previous sceneries such as Ben Gurion. Enjoy the previews below and for more information, stay tuned!
FSlabs have today announced the long-awaited release date of the first stage of their A320X release process. This Thursday (the 18th) afternoon the “early adopters” package will be released for FSX/FSX:SE and will set you back a cool $89.95, reduced from the regular price of $99.95 that’ll be charged for all subsequent…
Eiresim Developer “Shamrock” posted a thread initially announcing the project as well as adding a nice collection of previews. To say the initial previews are of the modelling and the buildings, it’s certainly safe to say it looks like it’s progressing very well.
Many of you may recall Gerome Bodden’s work from his freeware release of MKJP on the FSDeveloper forum. Well, today he has just released a payware version of MWCR, Owen Roberts Intl under the name RWY26 Simulations over on the simMarket store at a very reasonable price of just €15.
FSIADT has released a collection of previews on their Facebook page recently of their upcoming rendition of LIRA (Rome Ciampino). It seems to be moving along at a tremendous pace and is looking very nice indeed. More previews to follow.