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  1. Aerosoft Announces Manchester (EGCC) For X-Plane 11 Over on the Aerosoft forums, the team has announced that they are bringing a brand new version of Manchester Airport (EGCC) to X-Plane 11. It was made clear that this is a brand new development and not a port of their original X-Plane 10 version. Very little other information was shared, however, a few screenshots were released showcasing the projects current development status. SOURCE INFO https://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/topic/143970-airport-manchester-xp-preview/ https://fselite.net/news/aerosoft-announces-manchester-egcc-for-x-plane-11/
  2. Flightbeam Studios Announces Toulouse–Blagnac (LFBO) Over on their Facebook page, Flightbeam Studios has made an exciting announcement that they’re bringing Toulouse–Blagnac Airport (LFBO) to our simulators. Located in Southwestern France, Toulouse Airport is well-known for being home to Airbus’ main office and manufacturing facility. It sees civil operations from many well-known airlines such as easyJet, Volotea, Ryanair, Air France, UPS and many more. Toulouse–Blagnac is being developed by Thomas of Jetstream Designs, which has recently joined the ever-growing Flightbeam development team. We do know from the single screenshot of the tower that this airport is being developed for ESP platforms. Not much other information has been provided, however, we’ll endeavour to keep you up-t0-date on the progress of this scenery. SOURCE INFO https://fselite.net/news/flightbeam-studios-announces-toulouse-blagnac-lfbo/?utm_source=article&utm_medium=push
  3. JustFlight has just announced that they’re working on the British made BAe 146 family for P3D and FSX. The developer, known for their award-winning L-1011 and PA-28, released information on the new project yesterday. The BAe 146 Professional will be an accurately modelled version of the British made aircraft and include the 100, 200 and 300 models. Well known to spotters and enthusiasts, the 146 became iconic for its four engines and high T-tail first taking flight in 1981. In the description of the project, released on their website yesterday, JustFlight stated that ‘the exterior models will be stunningly detailed.’ In addition to this, all models will a fully functional thrust management system (TMS) and ‘authentic navigation equipment.’ The development will come as great news to 146 fans as they will now be able to enjoy a new highly detailed rendition of the aircraft making use of brand new P3D v4 features such as PBR rendering. Alongside this, the developers promise ‘a truly 3D cockpit’ with 4096×4096 textures for ‘the highest possible texture clarity.’ The product will also include the welcome additions of a comprehensive manual with panel guide and performance data with a PSD paint kit for custom liveries. JustFlight have unfortunately released no information on expected release dates or pricing. We’ll keep you posted as and when these are announced. In the meantime enjoy these preview renders of the project. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/justflight-announces-bae-146-professional/
  4. RFSceneryBuilding Announces Lampedus Aeroporto & Umbria International Airport Russian developer RFSceneryBuilding has announced a double whammy of airports coming to FSX/P3D in the near future. The new projects are LICD Lampedua Aeroport and LIRZ Sant Egidio (Umbria International Airport) in Perguia Italy. Lampedusa Airport, on the Italian island of the same name sees traffic from local airlines such as Alitalia and Blu-Express. It’s mostly only used as an airport during the summer so hopefully, we see it around then so we can take advantage of it in our virtual world. Umbria International Airport is used even less frequently, with only a few scheduled routes from Ryanair and Albawings. If you’re curious about their past work, RFSceneryBuilding has developed Venice, Turin and Florence as some of their past Italian offerings. Both projects are in development, and that’s all the news we have on them for now. Image source: Wikipedia. SOURCE INFO https://fselite.net/news/rfscenerybuilding-announces-lampedus-aeroporto-umbria-international-airport/
  5. Greetings Captains KDEN Denver Intl is coming from X-Codr and it is looking really good can't wait SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/forums/topic/144327-denver-international-airport/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://flightdeckx.com/x-codr-announces-kden-denver-intl/
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  7. Immersive Audio Announces 737NG CFM Soundpack Update Post-release of the Immersive Audio 737NG CFM Immersion Soundpack, customers criticised the product saying the engine sounds lack bass. Immersive Audio announces that they will be releasing an update to surprise their customers with the more bassy sounds they want. For their updated sounds, Immersive Audio say that they were not satisfied with the overall quality of some recordings that they’ve received for their updated soundpack so they’ve decided to wait for new ones, and as most people already know, they won’t release anything unless it passes their quality test. All of their sound packs will now be developed and tested for the utmost bass delivering sound with the ButtKicker Tactile Shaker. If you own the ButtKicker Tactile Shaker and you’re not using in-sim telemetry data for sending vibration effects, you can rest assured that their sounds will deliver natural feeling vibrations. You can grab a hold of the Immersive Audio 737NG CFM Soundpack over at simMarket for 25% off (€7.35 Excl. VAT) until October 14th. SOURCE INFO https://secure.simmarket.com/immersive-audio-737ng-cfm-immersion-soundpack-hd-fsx-p3d.phtml https://fselite.net/news/immersive-audio-announces-737ng-cfm-immersion-soundpack-update/
  8. Correct me if I am wrong but I believe this is Aeroplane Heaven's first product for X-Plane. I think it's great that we're gaining more and more P3D developers for the X-Plane platform!! SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/aeroplane-heaven-announces-globe-swift-for-x-plane-11/
  9. Carenado has just announced their newest project, and it’s a beautiful little twin-engined, light aircraft: the Diamond DA62. The DA62 seats between five and seven people, and is a relatively new aircraft, having made its first flight in 2012 and being introduced into service in October 2015. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/previews/carenado-announces-new-project-diamond-da62/
  10. Hello Everybody another master piece another must buy for me and this time Mt Everset Cheers SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/frank-dainese-announces-everest-park-3d-for-x-plane/
  11. Rfscenerybuilding Announces New Project: Zagreb Airport (LDZA) Rfscenerybuilding has today announced their next airport project will be Zagerb Airport (LDZA). The Croatian airport is the largest in the country serving nearly 30 airlines. Croatia Airlines has a large base in Zagreb, with regular flights to Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Paris and other parts of Croatia. The airport itself has been on the rise for passenger numbers and becoming a hot spot with tourists from all over Europe. There are no further details, screenshots or renders from the development team at Rfscenerybuilding. If you’re unfamiliar with their past work; they have been behind recent releases such as Venice, Florence and Tenerife North. When we get more details, we’ll let you know. Image source: Total Croatia SOURCE INFO https://fselite.net/news/rfscenerybuilding-announces-new-project-zagreb-airport-ldza/
  12. After a sold-out event with over 1,100 attendees in Las Vegas, FlightSimExpo is bringing North America’s community-driven flight simulation conference to Renaissance Orlando in June 2019! ORLANDO – July 19, 2018 – FlightSimExpo is pleased to announce that after a successful inaugural event in Las Vegas, the second annual community-driven flight simulation conference will land in Orlando on June 7-9, 2019 Orlando, one of America’s most visitor-oriented and family-friendly cities, is a top event destination with a wide variety of nearby activities and attractions. The city boasts many domestic and international flight options and is also home to several civilian and military aviation simulation and training facilities. “We are proud to have based our location on input from developers, exhibitors, attendees, and the flight simulation community,” says Phil Coyle. “In a recent Twitter poll, Orlando was voted the best location for 2019, consistent with feedback we’ve received from those who joined us in Las Vegas in 2018.” The 2019 event venue is Renaissance Orlando, a Marriott hotel. Located next to one of Orlando’s historic theme parks, minutes from International Drive and Pointe Orlando, Renaissance Orlando offers an incredible atmosphere for the 2019 event. With great room rates, excellent on-site and nearby food options, and a focus on hospitality, organizers are excited to be working with Renaissance Orlando this year. “When I was on site a few weeks ago, it was clear the venue is a great fit for FlightSimExpo,” says Evan Reiter, one of the conference’s co-founders. “Food is made from scratch in-house, the ballrooms are beautiful, there is a pool, arcade, and outdoor game spaces…really, it’s going to make for a fantastic event!” In 2018 in Las Vegas, FlightSimExpo welcomed more than 1,100 attendees, along with 45 exhibitors and 21 speakers. Developers in attendance included Orbx, 1C Game Studios, FlyJSim, PILOT’S, REX Simulations, X-Plane, Aerosoft, Infinite Flight, NATCA, Navigraph, PilotEdge, ProSim, simFlight/simMarket, and many more. FlightSimExpo looks forward to hosting even more simmers and developers in 2019. Conference registration for the June 2019 event will open in December, with Advance Registration starting at the same low price of just $50 for the whole weekend. FlightSimExpo encourages our attendees to stay in touch! We’re publishing video of each of the event seminars, along with interviews and stories from the 2018 event. Visit us on Facebook, Twitter, or our newly-created YouTube channel to see why you should join us in Orlando in 2019! About FlightSimExpo. FlightSimExpo is North America’s community-driven flight simulation conference. The first FlightSimExpo was held in 2018 at Flamingo Las Vegas Resort, drawing more than 1,100 simmers along with 45 exhibitors and over 20 speakers. The second annual event takes place at Renaissance Orlando on June 7-9, 2019. FlightSimExpo was formed by the flight simulation community and members from Boston Virtual ARTCC with years of experience in flight simulation, aviation, and event planning. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.facebook.com/FlightSimExpo / Media Partner Release NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  13. So I have a question. Will there be different projects for different regions? So a bit of CityScene and a bit of TrueEarth? I wonder if some regions would be duplicated by both teams in the future? SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.airdailyx.net/article/orbx-announces-cityscene-barcelona-for-p3d-and-fsx/
  14. Aerosoft has announced prices for Airbus A318/321. A few weeks ago, in a forum post by Mathijs Kok, the prices of the upcoming P3Dv4 version of Aerosoft’s Airbus A320 family (Aerosoft A318/19/20/21 Professional) has been revealed: SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/topic/132584-pricing/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/aerosoft-announce-airbus-pricing/
  15. AOA simulations, the developers of the popular V22 Osprey for X-Plane are developing thr AW609 tilt rotor. Very exciting news for the world of helisimmers in X-Plane SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/aoa-simulations-announces-leonardo-aw609-tiltrotor-for-x-plane-11/
  16. yes Gents this just came in the 787-10 now this looks glorious SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.facebook.com/QualityWings/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.airdailyx.net/article/qualitywings-announces-boeing-787-10-dreamliner/
  17. Felis Announces 747-200 Classic In Development Felis, the developer behind popular vintage airliners for X-Plane such as the TU-154M and AN-24RV, has announced the start of development on the next addition to the stable – the Boeing 747-200 Classic. In the post on the X-Plane.org forums, Felis says that he wanted to make a classic variant of the 747 without the modern equipment such as digital displays while retaining fully analogue gauges and the inclusion of LTN72 or LTN92 Inertial Navigation Systems (though those with a more modern understanding of navigation will have the choice of the X-Plane default FMC). He also says that he intends to produce a 1970s-esque Air Force One variant, giving the capability of air-to-air refuelling. So far the development is in very early stages, but Felis says that blueprints, FCOM and AMM documentation have all been acquired, along with plenty more documents that have been found online in order to aid the accuracy of this aircraft throughout the development phase. As far as progress goes, he did initially show off two very early external model screenshots with windows and doors in place, mentioning that cargo doors and technical holes are on the to-do list next, and has since posted several more renderings too (seen in this post). Later in the thread, Felis begins to answer questions from users of the forum. In doing so, he implies that there is an intention to model all engine variants, but this will depend on the availability of information relating to these. Furthermore, the plans of a passenger cabin (much like the developer’s TU-154M product) remain up in the air with a direction for it being undecided due to development time and end-user system requirements. Another question that many reading this may be asking too, is “what about a -300, -200SUD and/or 747SP models later on?” as user avgaskoolaid did. This writer would be overjoyed to see an SP variation, but Felis says that there are no firm plans at this point in time, however, the idea will be revisited after release and will be based on sales data. SOURCE INFO https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?%2Fforums%2Ftopic%2F149456-boeing-747-200-classic-by-felis/ https://fselite.net/news/felis-announces-747-200-classic-in-development/
  18. hey guys its been a while. this popped up, Flight Sim Labs announces new “super-cool” icing effects for upcoming Airbus A319-X I wonder what Mr. Kiven thinks of these effects SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.airdailyx.net/article/flight-sim-labs-announces-new-super-cool-icing-effects-for-upcoming-airbus-a319-x/
  19. Update [New Info]: UK2000 Scenery Announces Luton for X-Plane Update 11:05z on 31-Mar-2018: It has been confirmed that the release of Luton is planned for April 7th. UK2000 Scenery has been on a steady path recently of converting all their existing products to X-plane. It’s been great to see such devotion to the project and it has impressed the X-Plane community. Today, they announced that easyJet’s home, Luton Airport, will be one of the next airports to receive this treatment. The scenery will be based on the 2014 FSX/P3D release, so won’t be fully updated with the new terminal buildings and other structures being made in the area. However, the scenery will include custom light effects and halos, detailed texturing on the jetways and physical based rendering throughout. These X-Plane exclusive features sit on top of the high resolution textures, 3D approach lights and airport vehicles that make UK2000 Scenery airports shine. SOURCE INFO https://fselite.net/previews/uk2000-scenery-announces-luton-for-x-plane/
  20. Another great scenery from former only P3D/FSX developer UK2000 has been announced. Check out the news here: https://www.thresholdx.net/news/2klutd SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.facebook.com/uk2000scenery/posts/739140206291486 NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.thresholdx.net/news/2klutd
  21. 'I just zipped the Beaver XP11 version, which includes the ground handling improvement. I was able to take off and land fully controlled in cross wind conditions up to 12 kts. 15 kts gets tricky though, but doable. I also created proper icons and aircraft information and fixed the overboost of manifold pressure, which came up with the XP11 version. Should be available later this week.' SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/forums/topic/135165-sms-dhc-2-beaver-x-plane-11-ground-handling/&do=findComment&comment=1387791 NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://flightdeckx.com/soulmadesim-announces-dhc-2-beaver-update/
  22. Justflight shows previews of their upcoming conversion of their TB-10 tobago and TB-20 Trinidad for X-Plane 11 on their facebook page. I do not own the P3D version, but it has very good reviews. This should become another must have for X-Plane GA Flyers when it releases. Edit: They have put an official announcement here: SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.facebook.com/justflight/posts/10155389657333499 NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  23. Pacific Island Simulations has revealed what their next product will be and it's going to be the colossal Incheon Intl Airport in South Korea. It's a massive project as I think this could be the largest airport in the region and has some extremely advanced structures. Either ways, PacSim have already proven themselves to be one of the top devs in the community so I trust they will deliver an excellent product which will also include the city, nearby islands and 3D bridges. btw! Token image for attention from Facebook: SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.facebook.com/islandsim/photos/a.1400957180152627.1073741827.1400947656820246/1981417758773230/?type=3&permPage=1NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
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