Thursday, July 20, 2017

RELEASE PMDG DC-6

RELEASED for FSX and P3D


Turbulent Annouces Release Date for KIDA

Turbulent has announced the release date for Idaho Falls Regional Airport, and have added some new images of KiDA in P3Dv4.
This product is scheduled to be released on July 31st.




PMDG DC-6 Release Pending

Robert from PMDG has posted a novel about the new (soon to be released) DC-6. The novel talks all about the new functions and beauty of this radial bird ,and the history of this project. If you love the old stuff that was fun to fly, and made you work, this is going to be a great bird to add to your hanger.


Wednesday, July 19, 2017

RELEASED: DD New York Airport V2 X

Drzweiecki Design has released 2 sets of various New York Airports for FSX and P3D.

Set 1 includes  KJFK, KLGA, KTEB




Set 2 includes  KEWR, KLDJ, KCDW 







Tuesday, July 18, 2017

RELEASED: FTX Bilbao Airport

FTX / Orbx is proud to announce the arrival of their latest airport. This time coming from the Spanish coastline of Bilbao. Bilbao Airport (LEBB).



Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Death to all flight sims except P3D?

With a recent announcement from the FSDT website, it seems that the big boys of scenery design are putting all their eggs in one basket, and are starting the revolution to kill FSX and any other FS with the exception of P3Dv4. I understand from a design perspective that this makes things easier on them, but this really places a big hurt on the FS community (which is the community that supports them - just in case they are forgetting about who is buying there products).



I personally am placing a hold on all FS purchases at this time in order for the bugs to be worked out of v4. I believe that 64 bit is the future of FS, but I dont think that it has been around long enough to think it is the saving grace of  FS.

I also believe that with Dovetail's World, Xplane, P3D it forces the developers to keep stepping up their game to keep their products wanted and relevant to what the market demands.

Plus, does this mean that P3D & LM are going to change the EULA and officially become a product that is available to anyone, and not just student pilots and up?

OK, I said I wasn't going to do the whole BS thing with this blog, but I had to get this off my chest.

Anyway, here is the link to the FSDT post.

Sunday, July 2, 2017

TESTING, TESTING....We read you loud and Clear

2 weeks ago we did a quick test to see how many viewers were still following us by posting FS News for a week. To my surprise, we had over 2000 viewers visit our page during that time. 

With that said, We are ready to begin tracking FS News once again. We will be using the same format as we always did. A simple announcement of what is happening with no additional BS, and a link to the source.

Flight attendants please be seated, we are clear for take off!


Monday, June 19, 2017

PROJECT UPDATE: FlyTampa Las Vegas

Who is ready to hit the slot machines? And the bar.
Emilios didn't say anything other than a quick peak at the strip.

Here is the link anyway: Click Here


Wednesday, June 14, 2017

RELEASED: Flightbeam Studios KMSP

The Amazing Mir has done it again! Another work of art has been released into the FS universe.
Welcome to Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport.
Credit Cards now being accepted!!!!!



Saturday, June 10, 2017

UPDATE: PMDG 777-200LRF Available for Prepar3D v3 and Prepar3D v4

Robert over at PMDG has announced the release of an update to the PMDG 777-200LRF package that will bring it up to date to work with P3Dv4.

Read more at the PMDG forum by clicking here



ANNOUNCED: Flightbeam KPDX - Portland International Airport

A great new development coming from not only Flightbeam, but also Bill Womack. We know that the detail will exceed anything that we expect with this combination.

This is a airport we have been waiting years to come the the FSX/P3D world.





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