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Radar Contact V4.3 At No Charge

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The good old Radar Contact V4 can be downloaded for free so you can have a realistic ATC software for P3D and FSX ! The accurate phraseology, pilots requests to the ATC about the flight level / altitude change, following SID/STAR procedures, ATC chatter recordings, AI Traffic compatible.. Radar Contact…


Radar Contact 5 suspended 1 year ago, and now ?

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This picture will remain the same a long time when you launch Radar Contact. One year ago, the lead developer John Dekker announced that the new version RC 5 would be on hold for a year, and he would come back to let us know about the future. Loyal to…


Radar Contact v5 development suspended

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These are not good news, and due to “personal reasons”, John Dekker had to declare he has suspended his work on Radar Contact v5 development for 12 months, starting from July 1st. The actual version 4 of Radar Contact (RCV4) is still available and will remain supported, with registration keys upon requests for…


Quiet ! We’re in development.. 757 LDS + Radar Contact

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Some people believe no news mean good news. Other ones need to read exactly what they are looking for. The 757 project of Level-D is still undetected by our radar.. but it doesn’t mean it’s not alive. Daryl Shuttleworth accepted to answer to an anxious fan, suffering from 757 statusupdatum symptoms.…

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Flight Sim Voices – US Flight Crew Vol.1

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httpv:// Using multiple tools to flight simulators adds multiple layers of realism to your Flight Simulator. But if various of them bring voice recordings of pilot / copilot / flight attendant, they will sound different from each software i.e. copilot check-lists of FDC live cockpit and copilot of Radar Contact…

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SuperATC Connects To Radar Contact 4

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Robert Cezar writes that “…… There’s little doubt that  John Dekker’s Radar Contact is the most technically reliable and realistic flight simulator ATC program on the market today. However, pressing keys on a keyboard is not a terribly realistic way to perfect ATC communications.  What’s been missing to complete this…