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  1. Hi all I’ve been working on a comprehensive list of high quality XP11 aircraft. If newcomers from P3D or other sims want to fly a particular aircraft in X-Plane 11, this list should tell you if it’s possible. If you have any suggestions or additions to the list, let me know. I’m updating it weekly for new products anyways. I’ve also included a small selection of useful plugins at the bottom of the sheet for newcomers. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1EWIjA978VOiJ2JpCgbLtasnDH_vuZThVNbeDF05lTC0 SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  2. UPDATE: LORBY-SI - WHERE ARE MY AIRCRAFT WAMA FSX P3D Dear simMarket Customer, at simMarket you can now find a new version of your product: LORBY-SI - WHERE ARE MY AIRCRAFT WAMA FSX P3D You will find the link to download this update from your user account -> orders listing -> respective detailed order page on the bottom. WhereAreMyAircraft.zip The installer is a complete replacement for previous versions, existing customers just need to remove the old version and install the new one. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://secure.simmarket.com NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  3. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ASDG PA-18 New version 1.1 New REP 3.4 Additional of Cargo pod and 3D Pilot More details here ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DHC-2 Beaver by SoulMadeSimulation New version for X-Plane 11 Two variants of the DHC-2 Ultra-Resolution model with weathered look More details here --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Aero L-29 Delphin Now includes the Let L-13 Glider part of the package X-Plane 11 optimized More information here --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Piper PA28R Arrow III by vFlyteAir New version 5.1 VR Ready Updated Flight Model More information here --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://store.x-plane.org/ DEVELOPER POST LINK : http://store.x-plane.org/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  5. Red Army Day 100th Anniversary Sale First celebrated in 1918, Red Army Day commemorates the Red Army victory over German forces in the battle for the city of Pskov. This holiday, celebrated on 23 February, celebrates those that are serving and have served with the Russian Armed Forces. A highlight of the day is the laying of wreaths and at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Moscow. To celebrate this day, we are offering a sale on Russian aircraft modules from today and lasting until March 5 with -30% off. Find these deals on our e-Shop DCS: L-39 Albatros DCS: MiG-15bis DCS: MiG-21bis DCS: Mi-8MTV2 DCS: Black Shark 2 DCS: Flaming Cliffs 3 Su-27 for DCS World Su-33 for DCS World Su-25 for DCS World SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  6. UPDATE: LORBY-SI - WHERE ARE MY AIRCRAFT WAMA FSX P3D Inbox x simMarket 10:29 AM (3 hours ago) Reply to me Dear simMarket Customer, at simMarket you can now find a new version of your product: LORBY-SI - WHERE ARE MY AIRCRAFT WAMA FSX P3D You will find the link to download this update from your user account -> orders listing -> respective detailed order page on the bottom. WhereAreMyAircraft.zip New: the "Time Machine" accelerates the simulation rate between the waypoints of your flight plan, slowing down automatically for each turn. New: screenshots made while the WAMA logbook was active are added to the database and can be admired in a HTML based "scrapbook" report of your flight. The installer is a complete replacement for previous versions, existing customers just need to remove the old version and install the new one. Should you have any questions please contact us via http://support.simmarket.com For technical support please contact the support addresses listed in the documentation for the respective product. The support addresses are also listed in the respective product description pages in our shop. Best Regards, The simMarket Team ------ simFlight GmbH Werner-von-Siemens-Str. 28 24568 Kaltenkirchen Germany Do not reply to this email as it will not be received. For any questions please see our support site at http://support.simmarket.com SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://secure.simmarket.com NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  11. Version 1.0.0


    REQUIRES: AeroG LLC UV-4 - http://secure.simmarket.com/aerog-llc-uv-4-vstol-uav-fsx-p3d.phtml Special thanks to @Canuckshaw for the repaint, his incredible skills and efforts make my silly ideas come to life.
  12. The Embraer EMB 314 Super Tucano (About this sound pronunciation), also named ALX or A-29 is a turboprop aircraft designed for light attack, counter insurgency (COIN), close air support, aerial reconnaissance missions in low threat environments, as well as providing pilot training. Designed to operate in high temperature and humidity conditions in extremely rugged terrain, the Super Tucano is highly maneuverable, has a low heat signature, incorporates fourth generation avionics and weapons system to deliver precision-guided munitions. LINK TO SOURCE:
  13. World's largest aircraft Stratolaunch Taxi Test - Dec. 17, 2017 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2017/06/01/microsoft-co-founder-unveils-worlds-biggest-aeroplane/
  14. HMS Vengeance was built for the Royal Navy in 1945, this aircraft carrier of the Colossus class was operated by the Royal Australian Navy for a short time. It was later purchased by the Brazilian Navy that used it from 1960 to 2001 under the name NAeL Minas Gerais . In 2001, it became the oldest operational aircraft in the world and was replaced by a new aircraft carrier. What is amazing about this after-carrier was decommissioned, the Nael Minas Gerais Was put for sale on eBay for 7 million dollars by a shipbroker it was quickly removed from the website a few days later under rules prohibiting sales of military materials. LINK TO SOURCE:
  15. Flight360 Public Business jets are set to outperform all other certificated general aviation aircraft types in the USA over the next 20 years, according to a new forecast published by the Federal Aviation Administration. It predicts that although the average annual growth rate for the whole general aviation sector,which includes traditional business jets, turboprops, fixed-wing piston aircraft and helicopters, will be 0.1% in the period to 2037, the business jet fleet will grow at an average rate of 2.3%, arriving at respective totals of 213,400 and 22,000. Turbine aircraft as a whole will also perform better than piston-powered types, it says, with the US inventory expected to climb from 23,400 in 2017 to more than 34,600 in 20 years, an annual average growth rate of 1.9% over the period. Turboprops will grow by a more modest 1.4% a year, with the fleet totaling 12,600 in 2037, says the FAA. #aviation #avgeek #ga #bizjet #transportation #aircraft #faa LINK TO SOURCE:
  16. The Argentine factory that designed some of the most modern warplanes in the world - and today is in the limelight Luis FajardoBBC World January 7 2018 Share this post with Facebook Share this post with Twitter Share this post with Messenger Share this post with Email To share Right of imageAFP Image captionFAdeA even designed some of the world's most modern aircraft The interventions of Latin America in the world of the aviation industry have been scarce and not always fortunate. The Brazilian industry, with Embraer, is the great example of a Latin American company that manufactures high-tech aircraft that attract world markets, from light passenger jets to the Tucano fighter plane. Currently, Embraer is negotiating a possible merger with Boeing, which could result in a global aviation giant. But for more than half a century, another Latin American company was at the head of an ambitious experiment to enter the major aeronautics leagues. It was the Argentine Aircraft Factory (FAdeA), a company founded in 1927 in the city of Córdoba and financed by the State, which even had some of the most sophisticated projects on the planet, but never completely took off and followed a relative decline that, according to its continue to this day. Why do most of the politicians investigated need not worry about Lava Jato in the STF in 2018 Do gaseous drinks get fat? We test their effect on the body and we have the answer Image captionIn 1945, Latin American company was at the forefront of an ambitious experiment to enter the major aeronautics leagues | Photo: Santiago Rivas The Golden Age of FAA was in 1945. World War II had just ended and dozens of engineers who had served the Nazi war machine faced the prospect of a destroyed nation without industry and, in the worst of scenarios, a court accusing of complicity with Hitler's cause. So many left. All the great powers wanted them. The United States, for example, recruited Werner von Braun, the father of Nazi missiles and the great scientist behind NASA rockets, which eventually led the man to the moon. Perón's request Argentina was favored because its leaders had shown sympathy for the Axis during World War II, Santiago Rivas, a specialist in the history of Argentine aeronautics, told the BBC. "One of the first was Emil Dewoitine, a Frenchman who worked for the Germans during the occupation of France and was therefore persecuted. He fled here and was the first to develop a jet in Latin America, the Pulqui 1," recalls Rivas. Image captionArgentina received one of those responsible behind several of the main planes of the Nazi military group | Photo: Santiago Rivas Shortly afterwards, Kurt Tank arrived in Argentina, one of the stars of the world-wide aeronautical project, that was behind several of the main planes of the Nazi military group. Argentina received it and commissioned large projects, as was expected of a country whose wealth, at that time, surpassed that of many European nations. "(The then Argentine president Juan Domingo) Perón asked Tank to design a supersonic combat aircraft," says Rivas. An effort to which the United States was dedicated, but against which the Argentine factory could compete, armed with the avant-garde projects coming from Germany. "Here was born the model known as Pulqui 2, which flew in 1951. It never reached the speed of sound, but at 1,100 km / h it was the same as a Russian Mig-15 or an American Saber F-86, the most modern in the world In fact, both the Mig 15 and Saber had some ideas taken from the Tank, "explains Rivas. The politics But the next step, the mass construction of these Argentine models, never happened. According to some accounts of the time, the Germans complained that the industrial infrastructure they had in Argentina was precarious. Image rightsMANAGED (PROJECT-LICENSE) Image captionKurt Tank was one of the leading German designers who went to Argentina after the war And, above all, politics interfered. Perón, a major promoter of the project, was overthrown in 1955. Financing began to be scarce. Several of the prototypes were involved in accidents. Pulqui 2 was ready for production in 1959. "But what was a new model was already starting to age in comparison to the available alternatives," says Rivas. "It was a project that lasted ten years of development when the technology advanced very fast. When it was born, it was already competing with the Saber 86 or the Mig-15, but in 1959 it competes with the supersonic," says the expert. In the late 1950s, the Argentine Air Force decided to buy an American plane instead of Pulqui. Some time before, Tank had taken his projects to India, where he managed to make a plane in series. Shuttle The FAdeA company remained subject to the political backlash of Argentine history. Eventually, some less ambitious models were produced, such as Pucará, a turboprop airplane that was used briefly in the Falklands war. Image captionWhen FAdeA finally launched its plane, it could no longer compete with the supersonic | Photo: Santiago Rivas In the 1990s, under Carlos Menem's rule, the factory was privatized to become a service center for American Lockheed. But in the following decade, when Cristina Kirchner came to power, she was renationalised in 2009 and became the target of ambitious projects - which, for Rivas, were never based on the company's budget reality. It was said that many political activists had been hired by the company, while projects for the production of 40 Pampa jet planes, destined for the Argentine Armed Forces, did not leave the paper. Under the current government of Mauricio Macri, the authorities say they are focused on improving the company's financial situation, reducing the large deficit it faces. But a few weeks ago, some Argentine media outlets reported plans to permanently suspend aircraft manufacturing at the plant, given Pampa's poor commercial performance. Ambitions It was debated, according to these reports, to convert the factory and its runway into a terminal for low-cost airlines. FAdeA denies that these plans exist. Image captionFAdeA denies plan to convert its factory and lane into a terminal for low cost airlines | Photo: Santiago Rivas Sebastián Ugarte, director of Institutional Relations of the company, tells BBC Mundo that "FAdeA is not considering ending its aircraft production line" and insists that "the Pampa 3 is a plane with high market potential, due to its technical characteristics, versatility, price and international demand for such aircraft. " He states that, at this time, FAdeA is working to deliver three of these aircraft to the Argentine Air Force. Some parts are also being produced for the KC-390 cargo plane, produced by Brazil's Embraer. Ambitions greatly reduced compared to those of a company that at some point saw itself at the forefront of aeronautical technology but never becoming the industrial and military power with which the Argentine leaders of the time dreamed. LINK TO SOURCE:
  17. LINK TO SOURCE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_most-produced_aircraft
  19. This one's for all you new re-painters out there, a quick tutorial from the extremely knowledgeable Bill Womack. I found it useful when I started out.
  20. MORE AIRCRAFT UPDATED TO P3D v4-(LAST BATCH) CARENADO AIRCRAFT UPDATED TO P3DV4 Here is the seventh (and last) batch of updated aircraft to make them usable in P3D version 4. C172N Skyhawk II Float FSX/P3D (NEW SERIALS REQUIRED) C172N Skyhawk II Ski FSX/P3D (NEW SERIALS REQUIRED) C172N Skyhawk II FSX/P3D (NEW SERIALS REQUIRED) C152 II FSX/P3D (NEW SERIALS REQUIRED) T34B Mentor FSX/P3D (NEW SERIALS REQUIRED) The NEW SERIAL REQUIRED label applies for aircraft bought at Carenado or any reseller. Customers should download the package again from the link originally provided. You should uninstall the aircraft before installing this new version. LINK TO SOURCE: http://www.carenado.com