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  1. Previews of Aeroplane Heavens Lancaster Bomber Aeroplane Heaven released more preview screenshots and a little bit more information about their upcoming release. The Lancaster bomber will be released for FSX, FSX:SE, P3Dv3 and higher. The development on the exterior is now almost done. They also developed a new technique for achieving the pillowing on the metal panels, and it looks great! SOURCE INFO https://en-gb.facebook.com/Aeroplaneheaven/ https://fselite.net/news/previews-aeroplane-heavens-lancaster-bomber/
  2. Jennasoft who are working on a new version of London Gatwick airport for P3D 3 to 4 and FSX. They have today released even more preview shots for us. We will keep you updated on this project as soon as we have more info. More about this project can be found at iFlysimX’s forum. No release date is yet announced but they are working to get it done. An earlier post we made is available with more preview shots. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : http://forum.iflysimx.com/topic/1539-and-jennasoft-second-project-is/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/jennasoft-gatwick-preview-renders/
  3. Exclusive: Latinwings Almeria (LEAM) Preview We have been covering Latinwings for a while now, supporting them for a long time with each release. Because of our strong relationship with the team, we’re able to share with you some new and exclusive previews of the upcoming Almeria (LEAM) scenery. SOURCE INFO http://www.simflight.com/2017/11/20/latinwings-almeria-leam-preview/ https://fselite.net/previews/fselite-exclusive-latinwings-almeria-leam-previews/
  4. Today Just Flight announced more preview shots on their Avro Vulcan B Mk2. It is still in a development stage but judging from the images it looks stunningly beautiful. Will be released for several platforms, all of P3D and both FSX and FSX Steam Edition. The Avro Vulcan B Mk2 is a famous aircraft powered by four engines and a delta-wing shape to drop bombs on enemies. Served for the UK during the Cold War. Virtual model is based on XM655 which was the third-from-last Vulcan aircraft to be produced for the Royal Air Force. Delivered to RAF in 1964 and served as a nuclear deterrent force throughout the 60s and 70s. Today it is taken care of by a team of volunteers at Wellesbourne Airfield in the UK. For more head over to Just Flight’s website and Facebook for latest news. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.justflight.com/product/avro-vulcan-b-mk2 NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/just-flight-avro-vulcan-b-mk2-preview/
  5. LINK TO SOURCE: https://fselite.net/news/turbine-sound-studios-previews-cessna-208-caravan-pt6/
  6. Black Box Simulations has released some more previews of their upcoming Britten-Norman Islander product. The Islander is a light utility aircraft, regional airline and cargo aircraft built in the 1960s by Britten-Norman; a United Kingdom-based aircraft manufacturer. Black Box Simulations has really captured the fundamental details of the aircraft with the following liveries being included in the official release (and one blank livery): Furthermore, the team also showcased some more interior shots of the aircraft. The aircraft clearly has four different panel colours (black, blue, grey and a lighter shade of grey). The texture resolution on the cockpit itself is also very nice and should help to see the instruments in clear detail even if you are not zoomed into them. A modelled cabin has also been produced (though mind you look where you are flying should you want to sit there). Here are some previews of the interior: No official price has been announced yet although the team are looking at a price tag of around 30 euros. We also got in touch with them and the product will be released for FSX, FSX Steam Edition, Prepar3D v3 and Prepar3D v4. For more information, check out the team’s Facebook post. LINK TO SOURCE: https://fselite.net/news/black-box-simulations-bn-2-islander-previews/
  7. UPDATE 27 Jan 2018 @ 22:55z: Slight edit for accuracy: The NG3 may not refer to the 737 Max. Can anyone confirm if the 737NG (real world) comes equipped with moving maps by default? Yesterday, PMDG CEO, Robert, treated us to a small glimpse into the 747-8’s flight deck. The preview showed us some exciting new features including an EFB, moving maps and airport charts. Today, he went into a bit more detail and shared a few new screenshots of the upcoming aircraft and confirmed the team are working on the NG3. The first key detail is that the product will be entering a beta period very soon. This is exciting is it means that soon we’ll see many brand new shots of the aircraft and see it in more detail. The next piece of information is that some of the features we saw yesterday are most likely to be only found P3DV4, as it’s a 64-bit platform. To quote RSR, “[the new stuff] brings forward our increasing effort to leverage the new x64bit simulator Prepar3D v4 to further increase the amount of realism we can provide.” The EFB in particular is important to note as it will be found in other PMDG aircraft in the near future. This will include the 777, the 747-400 and the upcoming NG3. That’s right, not the NGX. The EFB itself, as we mentioned yesterday, will offer a range of performance calculations for take off and landing. If you have in-op equipment, let it know and it will make sure the calculations are accurate. Wet runway, it’ll factor that in too. The EFB will walk you through the whole process making it as easy as possible. Furthermore, it will offer limited flight planning capability. Also discovered yesterday was the airport position map. RSR is a huge fan of this due to the added safety benefits it has. As a result, he was keen to get this into the aircraft. Luckily, for us, it comes with very little impact on the frame rate and implements a dynamic and real-time implementation. PMDG have made every effort to make it as easy as possible and will work with both default and add-on scenery you may have. If you’re wondering if the technology will be found in other aircraft, you can expect it in the NG3 since the real-world aircraft uses the same technology. This would suggest that PMDG are working on the 737 MAX. The next exciting new technology found is the Navigation Charts! It’s no secret users have wanted it for a while and PMDG have always been searching for ways to integrate it without passing a huge cost to the user. Work really began back in 2016, but now, excitingly, PMDG and Navigraph have worked together to now integrate it. This means you can now use your Navigraph charting subscription to import the charts into the 747-8 via the EFB. So you can view any chart at any time regardless of destination or phase of flight. Simply sign in and the charts will be yours to use! In the long-term future, PMDG are looking to import this into any aircraft that gets the EFB. Furthermore, if you use Aerosoft’s charting solution, PMDG are planning to integrate that in the future. What they did make clear was that there won’t be a free option. Finally, the other element that was noted was the rain drops found on the wind-screen. At first it wasn’t clear if it was TFDi Design’s True Glass, but Josh from the team made it clear it wasn’t. This meant that it was likely to be PMDG’s own technology. Today, RSR confirmed it is their own tech, which they jokingly call PMDG RainMaker. It’s been designed ‘per-airframe’ and features highly realistic aero and hydro dynamic simulation of precipitation and motion. This means speed, wipers and wind will effect how it displays. Will it come to other PMDG products? Yes! It will start with the 747 fleet, then the 777 and finally the NG3. At this time, the team are unsure about porting it to the NGX. Furthermore, it will only be available on P3DV4 due to the increased memory count the sim has. RSR concluded the mega post with further information regarding how the 747-8 is a very different aircraft to the -400 series. It includes a lot of the modern technology found in the 777 and later. It’s brimming with details, check lists, data and information. The forum post goes into a lot more detail about what sort of little details you can expect in the 747-8. No date or price has been set yet. The team will soon be giving it to the beta team to test and give feedback. Once we edge closer to the release, the team will update us. LINK TO SOURCE: https://fselite.net/news/pmdg-previews-detail-747-8-737-max-confirmed/
  8. PMDG Previews New Shot of the 747-8 – EFB, Moving Maps and More Usually, PMDG’s CEO Robert S Randazzo would post new previews on his own topics, but today, he opted for a more subtle approach. Luckily our eagle eyed readers spotted this brand new shot of the upcoming 747-8. The single shot below is a picture worth a thousand words. https://fselite.net/previews/pmdg-previews-new-shot-747-8-efb-moving-maps/
  9. Update 26 Jan 2017 @ 18:30z Lately, we have seen a lot of previews from the A320, but Aerosoft has now decided to share some previews of the A319 Professional. The smaller sibling of the A320 will pack the same features and detail as it’s bigger brother and include all of the new functions Aerosoft will include in their Professional line of Airbus aircraft. These previews come after Mathijs’ latest update on how progress is going. Furthermore, he today added that next week the team will begin porting over subsystems (like ELEC, BLEED, APU) from the A330 to the A320. The idea is that the logic behind these systems remains the same, but just need a different configuration file to get working correctly. He is fully confident that porting will be a smooth process and another step closer to the release of these aircraft. In general, the team are feeling great and are chasing down the bugs as and when they come up. LINK TO SOURCE: https://fselite.net/
  10. Departure out of Seattle was rainy and we needed anti-ice through the climb. Once on top, Vancouver Center was online, and at 16,000 we were just above the cloud deck. As we all know, PMDG has been making their old Jetstream 41 compatible with P3D v4. Now, when i say old, I mean old. This thing hasn’t been updated since the ol’ FSX days. But now, PMDG has ported it over to P3D v4, allowing us to enjoy the turboprop bliss. The Previews A beta tester going by the forum name of “lasnubes” on the AVSIM forums has been posting some previews of the JS41. And boy, they look good. It’s been a while since we had a good turboprop. In the flight sim world, good quality turboprops are really hard to come by. Off the top of my head I can only think of two: Majestic Q400 and PMDG DC-6. There are others, yes, but none comparing to those two offerings. Hopefully, after the JS41, more will follow suit! Let’s not delay any longer though! Here are the screenshots with captions! Most were taken on a short flight between Seattle and Ketchikan. LINK TO SOURCE: https://www.airdailyx.net/article/pmdg-jetstream-41-previews-p3d-v4/
  11. UPDATE: [RELEASED] iBlueYonder Nantucket XP Previews Before Release Update 25 Jan 2018 @ 1440z iBlueYonder has now released the scenery. You can buy it direct from their store for $19.95. https://fselite.net/previews/iblueyonder-nantucket-xp-previews-release/
  12. FSElite Exclusive: Joffer Simulations Fokker 70 – Further Previews https://fselite.net/previews/fselite-exclusive-joffer-simulations-fokker-70-previews/
  13. Recently over on the Aerosoft forums, Mathijs Kok posted some preview shots of the 64 bit version of the F-14 extended, running on P3D 4.1. Mathijs also noted that there will be shared cockpit technology with the aircraft and that the F-14 extended, “should be very close to release”. It is also important to note from the preview photos that the carriers and support ships come with the F-14 product! Users who have a previous version of the product will be subject to a free update according to the forums. LINK TO SOURCE: https://www.airdailyx.net/article/aerosoft-f-14-extended-previews/
  14. Tailstrike Designs continue to share their progression with Orio al Serio International Airport (LIME X). The Italian airport, located in Milan, is home to many low-cost airlines and other carriers. As you can see from the previews below, the team have spent loads of time focusing on the ground texturing and polygons for the airport. You can see even more previews here, here and here. Release isn’t confirmed yet, but we feel it’s getting closer and closer! LINK TO SOURCE: https://fselite.net/previews/tailstrike-designs-lime-x-previews-january/
  15. FSElite Exclusive: Leonardo FlythemaddogX MD-80 Previews https://fselite.net/previews/fselite-exclusive-leonardo-flythemaddogx-md-80-previews/
  16. FACEBOOK TWITTER REDDIT FlyTampa are well know as one of the best developers to grace our community, bringing high quality sceneries to flight sim over the last few years. Today on Christmas Day, they have shown off some new previews of Boston alongside announcing a new project: Saba – the airport with the world’s shortest commercial runway. Serving the small Caribbean Island with the use of Twin Otters and other small light aircraft. These previews show exciting glimpses of what is to come. FlyTampa stated that although not quite ready for a Christmas release, Boston, Las Vegas and Saba are all expected to be released in early 2018. https://www.facebook.com/pg/FlyTampa-882745525087426/posts/ LINK TO SOURCE: https://fselite.net/previews/new-flytampa-previews-boston-saba-airport/
  17. In partnership with AviationLads, we are able to bring you some exclusive screenshots of the upcoming Tenerife South (GCTS) by MK Studios. The screenshots below have all been taken in Prepar3D V4.1 with the current beta version. As you can see, the level of detail on the ground poly is simply stunning and the buildings look great also. We’ve been also told that release is expected around Christmas and will launch first on Prepar3D V4. The P3Dv3 and FSX versions will follow afterwards. LINK TO SOURCE: https://fselite.net/previews/fselite-exclusive-tenerife-south-gcts-preview-screenshots/
  18. As per our previous posts, we’ve consolidated any new information we could find about the Aerosoft Airbus family into a single post for the month. We know we shared the A330 video the other day, but felt that was certainly worthy of a post of its own! Of course, there have been a few other snippets of information that has been released. Let us take a brief look. 2D Pop-Up displays confirmed! Despite many comments from Aerosoft saying they were redundant in the flight sim world due to their view system, multiple customers were desperate to get their fix of 2D Pop-Up displays. At long last, Aerosoft have given in and will be shipping their new Airbus series with said pop-ups. As you can see from the shot below, it works well already. Side note: It’s been acknowledged that the scale of the PFD needs fixing up – it is in beta after all. LINK TO SOURCE: https://fselite.net/previews/aerosoft-airbus-series-december-previews-2d-pop-displays-confirmed/
  19. We’ve all been waiting for it and DreamFoil Creations is finally showing us the goods. Check out the AS350 for X-Plane 11. LINK TO SOURCE: https://www.helisimmer.com/news/dreamfoil-creations-previews-as350-x-plane-11/
  20. The hard working crew of FSLabs have posted a few pics of the cockpit of the new A320 for v4, with a sneaky external pic of the A319 in development. So cant wait for this. LINK TO SOURCE: https://forums.flightsimlabs.com/index.php?/topic/13729-preview-shots-of-virtual-cockpit-in-p3d-v4/
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