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Out of the blue, CaptainSim has released a brand new product for Prepar3D V4. Building on their Captain Sim 757 Base Pack, the team has released an updated version of their 777 aircraft. The new version is a port of the original 32-bit 757 Captain II, but with new features and improved functionality. New features include the EGPWS, a complete passenger cabin, 4K textures throughout and new volumetric lighting. Of course, the biggest change is now the functionality with Prepar3D V4. These features are in addition to the fully functional flight deck loaded with features such as the FMC, LNAV and WXR, along with animations throughout and more. You can buy the open beta version of the software now from CaptainSim for $59.99. The open beta includes one Boeing 777-200ER GE90B model, the remaining 4 models will be added by free updates. No time frame was mentioned. Full Feature Log Functional flight deck loaded with advanced systems simulation (FMC/LNAV/VNAV/WXR etc). EGPWS New! All-new custom lighting New! Complete passenger cabin one piece with a flight deck New! High resolution textures. Aux 2D panels. Custom views including wing views. Five variants of the Boeing 777-200 (four of them are CS exclusive). New materials New! 4K Ultra-High resolution textures New! All-new lighting New! Numerous variants of optional equipment (antennas, etc) New! Cabin with windows, interior, pax, stewardess and animated pilots. Hundreds of realistic animations including wing flex. Custom visual effects including volumetric lighting New! Integrated GPU New! Realistic flight model Authentic engines sound set (TSS) ACE (Aircraft Configuration Editor) New! Growing number of easily installable free liveries Repaint kit New! Navigraph FMC navdata including TP with AIRAC support Extensive Manual Sim Ops SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : CaptainSim Releases 777-200 Base Pack Open Beta for P3Dv4 | FSElite FSELITE.NET Out of the blue, CaptainSim has released a brand new product for Prepar3D V4. Building on their Captain Sim 757 Base Pack, the team has released an updated version of their 777 aircraft. The new version is a port of the original 32-bit 757 Captain II, but with new features and improved functionality. New features […]
100% PBR Airport Coming Soon! Earlier this week, JV teased the above images which have come from an upcoming airport project for X-Plane 11 and Prepar3D v4. We are working in tandem with the Turbulent team in order to bring you this new tech, and new workflows mean that we can release the P3D and XP versions very close together if not at the same time! This airport is our first to be built using 100% compliance to the correct PBR standards for all materials. If you look at the shots, you can see that the detail isn't just on the ground services equipment but also on the apron on which they sit. The incredible level of detail on the baggage lifter does not mean it is an FPS hog. The original model was made up of over 24 million polygons and that model was used to create the PBR map for a lower poly target. This means you get an amazingly detailed airport without the high-poly penalty. Likewise, with the entire airport being PBR, the apron reflects light based on each material used such as asphalt, paint, metal grates and puddles etc. The lighting changes depending on the time of day, level of cloud cover, rain etc. Just don't ask us which airport it is, because we're not confirming anything yet! READ THE FULL FORUM POST HERE Community member Benny has created this amazing video of Bilbao Airport LEBB Bilbao Airport v1.1 now live The anticipated update for LEBB Bilbao is now available via FTX Central Feature list: New high-res textures for terminal area Completely new high-res ground textures with normal maps SODE gates Approach for runway 12/30 has gotten a massive upgrade with roughly 200 new building types and variations Mountain ranges and wind farms added to Southern approach, making the whole descent a new experience Ambient light effect has been added to the whole city New water puddle effect at the airport, New crisp terrain features at the terminal area Upgraded cargo area New, more realistic AFCAD optimized to be AI-friendly. Various bug fixes Please note FSX change list may vary due to technical & memory limitations. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
This Boeing 757 of Icelandair received a water canon salute at Düsseldorf Airport yesterday. It was the first flight of Icelandair at Düsseldorf and they intend to connect Düsseldorf with Keflavik twice a week. Actually the route was planned with a Boeing 737 Max, but since the Max is grounded Iceland had to adjust its flightplans. They will subcharter three Boeing 767s for the summer season. It` s almost a tradition to welcome a new company with a water canon salute. Icelandair was welcomed by the fire brigade and its always a fantastic motive for us videographers. Special thanks to Icelandair for sending the beautiful Hekla Aurora logo jet. What a fantastic looking livery! Thanks for watching, new videos every tuesday and friday.SOURCE
This video asks a question. It does not attempt to answer it. The question specifically concerns leakage from the surge tanks, not the main tanks. The only aircraft type shown is the Boeing 737-800 (NOT the MAX variety), as I have no useful shots of any other type trailing fuel. Clearly, the occasional spurt of fuel through the surge tank duct ('NACA vent scoop') is expected, and it is equipped with a flame arrestor to handle unwanted consequences. However, as seen here, fuel can, very rarely, leak out through what appears to be the edge of the access panel holding the duct - presumably due to a failing seal. For the record, I sent a copy of the clip from about 61 to 93 seconds to the airline concerned.SOURCE
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