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Prepar3D V4.3 Coming in June! This weeks podcast featured a guest, Adam Breed from Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D, he joined the podcast to talk about the platform and also took the moment to announce that V4.3 of Prepar3D will be coming this month! When asked about whether we could see a new rendering engine, Adam took the opportunity to announce V4.3 will be coming this month. He said: “You’ll actually be seeing some new releases likely this month in June, we can announce that V4.3 will be coming out sometime this June so that’s a big deal.” SOURCE INFO https://pcflight.net/episode-13-lockheed-martin-prepar3ds-adam-breed/ https://pcflight.net/prepar3d-v4-3-coming-june/
Do something different today Make your next flight simulator purchase a donation ware purchase and change somebodies life. Who are we? We are a group of scenery enthusiasts from around the the world. We do this for fun not for commercial gain. We all share a common goal to increase the accuracy of the sim environment by re-creating missing platforms, airfields, heliports and finally airports.However, we also have another common goal, supporting our local communities and this is how "The Charity Scenery Project" was born from a love of flying and supporting. Craig The Founder: I am from London in the UK, married, keen diver and have kids. I have been flying in flight sim for many years. I remember the days when planes where just sticks on a green screen. I am more of a rotor pilot than a fixed wing pilot and have real life hours in both. I have been fortunate to see the hobby grow over time to crisp flight dynamics of today. The progression and journey still amazes me to this day and the future looks mind blowing with the recent introduction on VR. I will mainly be supporting the rotor world by making heliports and missing pads. But, never say never! I am always looking for talented and enthusiastic individuals to come and support the project. So if you are interested please do get in contact. About LAA London's Air Ambulance is a British registered charity that operates a Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS), dedicated to responding to serious trauma emergencies in and around London. Using a helicopter by day and rapid response vehicles by night, the service performs advanced medical interventions at the scene of the incident in life-threatening, time-critical situations. About The Royal London Hospital From its base at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, East London, a helicopter can reach any patient inside the M25 London orbital road, which acts as the service's catchment area, within 15 minutes. Missions commonly involve serious road traffic collisions, falls from height, stabbings and shootings, industrial accidents and incidents on the rail network. The team can perform advanced life-saving medical interventions, including open heart surgery, blood transfusion and anaesthesia, at the scene. The charity operates 24 hours a day, serving the 10 million people who live, work and travel within the M25. The service treats an average of 5 patients every day. About the scenery P3D v4 Only Night Textures Custom Lighting Landable helipad Team on Standby 100% of purchases and donations for this scenery will go to the London Air Ambulance. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER HOME PAGE : https://www.charityscenery.co.uk/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.helisimmer.com/news/charity-scenery-project-releasing-royal-london-hospital-p3d/
Canuckshaw posted a topic in ON APPROACH - TopicsLove unlimited music? Premium’s for you. 3 months for 0.99 CAD Offer ends June 30, 2018. Only 9.99 CAD/month after. Offer not available to users who already tried Premium or to users in Quebec. Terms apply. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.spotify.com/ca-en/intro/?utm_source=spotify_premiumupsell&utm_medium=houseads&utm_campaign=2018q2_global_global_premiumbusiness_midyear_intro_filler+audio+android+desk&utm_content=ca_en_audio_rock1_desktop NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
Gibbon posted a topic in ON APPROACH - TopicsAerosoft Airbus A318/319 Professional Series to Release In June Usually, the updates from Aerosoft regarding the Airbus Professional series contain some brand new screenshots or an update on development progress. However, what is usually missing is a timeframe of when we can expect the series of planes to be released. It’s been known for a while now that Aerosoft have a release system in mind once the first of the packs hit, but what wasn’t known is when the first of those would be released. Today, Mathijs confirmed that the release date for the Airbus A318/319 Professional series is due to be on June 26th. In his post on the Aerosoft forums, he describes how the meeting today was both full of good news and not so good news. The good news is that the propulsion system is progressing fine, with just smaller details now being worked on. Further good news is that there are some brand new voices for the checklist and smaller details like cockpit lighting is now complete. On the flip side, the MCDU, the FMS and AP still have some issues to resolve. Mathijs described the MCDU as “the most complex bit of code” that the team have ever done, so testing has been slower than expected. However, he did say that this will be the most advanced Airbus MCDU currently available in the sim. A new preview topic will be started this week with information on final pricing, updated box information, manuals and more. SOURCE INFO http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/topic/130620-aerosoft-a318a319a320a321a330-professional-preview-part-5/&page=1 https://fselite.net/news/aerosoft-airbus-a318-319-professional-series-to-release-in-june/