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Over on their Facebook page, HiFi Simulations has announced that the Active Sky XP Service Pack 1 Open Beta is now available to download for existing customers. Highlights of this open beta update incorporate numerous fixes and enhancements, turbulence improvements, improved weather data fetching, more station data coverage and much more which can be found in the comprehensive changelog here or below. Do use this version at your own risk as it is not stable nor official and may contain bugs and issues. To grab a hold of the beta, head over to HiFi’s download page and scroll down until you get to the ‘Active Sky XP’ section where you can find the open beta installer at the top of the downloads list. To report bugs, you can post on HiFi’s forum or drop them a support ticket. They kindly ask that you do not send bug reports to their Facebook page. If you don’t already own it, you can grab a hold of Active Sky XP on over at simMarket for a price of €35.99 (Excl. VAT) exclusively for X-Plane 11. Changelog Added Turbulence improvements throughout for increased realism and compatibility with various aircraft types Improved weather update process to significantly reduce “cloud redraws” when the relevant cell areas haven’t changed significantly even during a download/update process Added new 3-letter USA airport/weather station data support – 3 letter airports now provide actual weather data, when available, instead of interpolating Improved weather station coverage by approximately 500 stations globally Added 5-second delay when looping ATIS/Flightwatch messages Added common data export path support as per FSX/P3D AS products (available in General options) Added support of VV/// METAR elements which will force ceiling to 0ft Added additional X-Plane version checking logic during folder selection process to prevent a case where automatic detection of an old/obsolete version could be found without user’s confirmation and no ability to select the desired/proper version folder Added + character support in Active Sky account e-mail addresses Improved documentation regarding default X-Plane location/folder selection process whether standard or Steam variant Added various user registration process improvements Improved cell/station logic logging for debugging purposes Improved interpolation logic for very short flights with or without flight plan for more accurate weather conditions even when a station borders multiple “cells” that previously may have had variable weather causing apparent discrepancies View More… SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://hifisimtech.com/asxp-sp1-open-beta/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/active-sky-xp-sp1-open-beta-now-available/
Scenery Profiler is now Open Source Hi All Due to very popular demand, I decided to make Scenery Profiler an Open Source Project. EveryBody can now download, modify and use Scenery Profiler as needed. So, this is now becoming an open source software that can be found at this address: https://github.com/Philippe56380/SceneryProfiler-Application I hope some improvements can bring new capabilities to this software and will be very helpfull to all the Flight Simulation community. I hope this will become a greater software by making the community making it more and more powerfull. Have a great time enjoying it ! SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
Hello fellow skyLoungers and flight sim enthusiasts. I reached out to the Fantasy of Flight yesterday to see if they would open one week earlier for all of us aviation lovers that are coming to the Orlando area for Flight Sim Expo. I am sad to say, they will not open early but would do an expensive private tour for a max of 5 people. That would be 100 each and only 5 of us. I will just add it to the many trips that I was within 2 miles of them and could not visit because they were closed. If you would like to visit the place while you are in Florida, maybe you should reach out to them as well. It wouldn't hurt if enough people contacted them, maybe we could see the place. If we had 4 others, I would invest in seeing the place as well. If you are interested, please contact me -- caderly_one. Here is their response below: Hi Patrick(Caderly), I am so sorry but the museum will not be open at that time, we do not reopen to the public until the Friday June 14th. We do offer private tours while the museum is closed though. The private tour includes the museum as well as other areas, like our restoration buildings and storage hangars, that are not accessible to the general public. The tour is 3-3.5 hours, for up to 5 people, and is $500 plus tax. We offer this during the weekdays at 9 am & 1 pm. If you would like to book a private tour please contact me with a date you are interested in so I can check the availability of our aircraft department. If you have any other questions please feel free to contact me. Best regards, Brittani Taylor | Receptionist Phone: 863-984-3500 Fax: 863-984-0254 1400 Broadway Blvd. S.E. Polk City, FL 33868 SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.fantasyofflight.com/collection/
DCS World 2.5 Open Beta Update 4 Since the third update to the DCS World 2.5 Open Beta, the team has focused their efforts on loading time, memory leaks, and performance issues in the Open Beta. In this 4th update, we believe we have largely addressed these issues. For those taking part in the DCS World 2.5 Open Beta, we look forward to your feedback, and once we feel confident these issues have been resolved, we will move DCS World 2.5 out of Open Beta. You can find the complete DCS World 2.5 Open Beta Update 4 changelog here. https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/bitrix/tools/track_mail_click.php?tag=sender.eyJSRUNJUElFTlRfSUQiOiIxNTU2ODM2In0%3D&url=https%3A%2F%2Fforums.eagle.ru%2Fshowpost.php%3Fp%3D3423375%26postcount%3D5%26bx_sender_conversion_id%3D1556836&sign=6d604dac295dd3935e4150eb9322cb203cb3bfd769d49b67d71cf126acf84e64 DCS: F/A-18C Hornet Update Work continues at a brisk pace on the Hornet. Since the last Hornet update, most of the navigation systems (TACAN, ADF, and Waypoints) are now functional, the flight model / flight control system is further refined, internal and external sounds have been improved, texturing of the cockpit art is now using an improved albedo effect, aerial refueling is working, fuel dump has been added, conditional switch position based on airfield or aircraft carrier start has been implemented, more realistic LEX vapor, and a more dynamic simulation of the individual engines. The team is making great progress. The big items to still implement though include STT/ACM radar modes for air-to-air radar, AUTO, CCIP, and MAN modes for unguided bombs, and the moving map display option. Once these are completed, we will move the Hornet into full testing. We are also working on an extensive set of interactive training missions. DCS: AJS-37 Viggen – 16-2 Red Flag Campaign on Steam The AJS-37 Viggen: 16-2 Red Flag Campaign is a depiction of flying the AJS-37 Viggen during a typical Red Flag exercise in the skies over Nevada. Take the role of a US Air Force exchange pilot to the Swedish Air Force as you return to take part in a Red Flag in the cockpit of a Viggen. This campaign includes extensive briefing, map, and lineup card PDF files for each mission and was designed by the creators of the Spitfire: Epsom and Mustang: Charnwood campaigns. All of the missions are based on input from pilots that have flown in Red Flag exercises and will provide you a challenge that will test even the most skilled virtual pilots. Features: 10 handcrafted mission that depict number of types of strike missions a Viggen pilot would fly in combat Highly detailed mission briefings, mission maps, and lineup cards as PDF files Custom voice overs and hundreds of triggers Steam Store Page https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/bitrix/tools/track_mail_click.php?tag=sender.eyJSRUNJUElFTlRfSUQiOiIxNTU2ODM2In0%3D&url=http%3A%2F%2Fstore.steampowered.com%2Fapp%2F223750%2FDCS_World%2F%3Fbx_sender_conversion_id%3D1556836&sign=c0014f860ae5f6e1374120ee9742644703aab6f25f17fab39d8905a2a2c2cb97 Sincerely, The Eagle Dynamics Team SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
If you’re not already aware of projectFLY, it is essentially your one-stop-shop for anything related to flying. It can log your flights, display you as well as all other members on a radar, record your landing rates, record your speed and altitude data from the flight, and much more. projectFLY is currently in its second iteration, with v2 bringing a big update for the platform. V3 will be an even bigger change, however. Featuring a complete rewrite every single logic, v3 will bring the biggest change we’ve seen to it yet. A full feature list can be found at the bottom of this article. Something that is worth noting is that FSElite are now integrated nicely into projectFLY! That’s right, you can get all of your flight simulation content direct from the new projectFLY app. We’re incredibly excited to be part of this fantastic software. If you have any feedback, please pop it down below. projectFLY V3 is now available to use here. Don’t forget, during the open beta phase, all users’ accounts have been upgraded to take full advantage of the latest features. Please make sure you report any bugs using the feedback tool Feature list: A full rewrite of every single logic from the ground up – the app will be v3.0 All in one system Will work on any PC or tablet. It will have limited functionality on a phone Will be cross-compatible – available to Windows, MacOS & Linux users The bridge that connects the sim to the app will only be available if you’re using the desktop app (you can still view everything via your web browser though) Optimized to work on all resolutions Automatically connects to Flight Sim – no more running 3rd party apps to start your flight Messenger System (for chatting with friends & also integrated with the support ticket system) Fully functioning dispatcher using Real World Technology, with the ability to also use SimBrief (and also the ability to do everything yourself if you’re that way inclined) No longer reliant on FSUIPC/XUIPC – the bridge is now completely native to the sim (FSX/P3D/X-Plane with more planned simulators to follow) LINK TO SOURCE: https://fselite.net/news/projectfly-v3-open-beta-now-available-use/
October 12, 2017 11:53 A new FBO, the Stobart Jet Centre, is set to open in November 2017. Part of Stobart Aviation, the new centre will replace the existing, much smaller facility at London Southend Airport. LINK TO SOURCE: https://corporatejetinvestor.com/articles/stobart-jet-centre-to-open-at-london-southend-next-year-414/
Safran has run its open-rotor demonstrator at its facility in Istres, France, since May. The engine configuration could reduce fuel consumption by 15 percent compared with the CFM Leap. (Photo: Safran) LINK TO SOURCE: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2017-10-04/safran-inaugurates-open-rotor-test-program