• Review: Hawk T1/A Advanced Trainer

    The Hawk T1/A Advanced Trainer has been a very successful military aircraft for many years and used by a variety of countries. Just Flight recently released a version for X-Plane 11 and reviewer Shawn Weigelt was eager to try it. He found it great fun to fly low and fast, with the plane being simple enough that it was easy for a flight simulator GA pilot to transition.

    October 20, 2018, 6:40 am

    Review: Carenado Cessna 340 For X-Plane 11

    Carenado is well known for creating great looking general aviation aircraft. Their Cessna 340 II has been around for years in different versions, but is now available for X-Plane 11 and brings new features like PBR materials that make the exterior really look like the metal on a real airplane. Reviewer Shawn Weigelt loved the look of plane and was satisfied with the accessible flight model.

    October 17, 2018, 4:15 pm

    Interview With Cockpit phD

    Flight simmers enjoy making their sim cockpit more realistic, so companies like Cockpit phD are a great benefit in making this possible. Though founded only four years ago, the Cockpit phD team has created an expanding line of cockpit controls that make the home cockpit more real. Raymond Andersen interviews them about their passion for flight, how they got started, future plans and more.

    October 13, 2018, 11:11 am

    Review: Orbx - Monument Valley

    If your idea of the American west is based on western movies, you're likely thinking of Monument Valley. Located on the Colorado plateau near the Arizona/Utah border, the rugged terrain makes for some scenic flying, which Orbx has captured with their usual style. This version is for X-Plane 11 and reviewer Sean McLeod enjoyed blasting over the desert and into the canyons.

    October 8, 2018, 1:45 pm

    Review: Condor 2 Soaring Simulator

    Soaring is a type of flying many flight simulator pilots are not familiar with. The best way to experience it is with a dedicated simulator like Condor 2. The sim includes a good variety of gliders to try and a wide variety of features on how you launch, landscapes and more. There's also an extensive lessons system. Reviewer Nils Lips spent a considerable amount of time with the sim and highly recommends it.

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    Preview: Deadstick Bush Flight Simulator

    REMEX Software has been working on a new flight simulator named Deadstick Bush Flight Simulator. Recently reviewer Michael Hayward had a chance to try a pre-release version of the sim and talk with the developers. He really enjoyed his time with the sim and has high hopes for it when released near the end of the year. The sim includes some interesting features like aircraft that wear and age, a career mode featuring cargo delivery and more to come.

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    Interview With Charles Macelli

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    Where in the World Feature 110

    The Where In The World series challenge from Ron Blehm continues as readers have stepped up with a bunch of new destinations. Last month's stumped some but most figured out where Hans Christian Anderson was honored with a statue. The clues for this month look tough...how is your geography knowledge?

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    Review: Aerosoft Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport

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    Review: Alexander Barthel's Little Navmap

    Little Navmap from Alexander Barthel is a freeware utility that makes navigating a breeze. According to reviewer Paul Mort, the flight planner is easy to use but has all the features you need. The maps have a great level of detail and are easy on the eye. In fact, he couldn't really find any negatives to the utility, making it a great addition to your flight simulator tools.

    September 18, 2018, 5:25 pm

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    October 22, 2018, 9:57 am

    UK2000 Announces Guernsey Xtreme X-Plane Edition

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    October 22, 2018, 9:13 am

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    QualityWings Announces New Version of BAe 146 Series

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    October 19, 2018, 4:54 pm

    Flight1 Releases Ground Environment Prepar3D 1.2

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    October 19, 2018, 2:52 pm

    OpenSceneryX v3.0.0 Released

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    October 19, 2018, 2:22 pm

    SimCrew - Vans Aircraft RV7 Announced

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    October 18, 2018, 4:13 pm

    Turbulent Designs Angwin-Parrett Field Now Freeware

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    October 18, 2018, 10:22 am

    Celestial Team 2 - Yangzhou Taizhou International Airport

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    Orbx Announces KSBA Santa Barbara For FSX/P3D

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