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The Flight Master Yoke-II from VRInsight is replacing the previous Flight Master Yoke with more added functions: high-end stainless steel shaft, solid cast aluminum powder coated yoke and toggle switches for Cessna 172 type panels.
FlightSimCon 2015 takes place in June the New England Air Museum near Hartford, Connecticut. The conference has an exciting lineup of speakers, sponsors, and exhibitors and is a great place for flightsim enthusiasts to explore other simmers' setups, interact with aviation and flight simulation personalities, and visit the New England Air Museum. Conference registration is now open.
In this tutorial, Paul Mort gives us an introduction to SketchUp, one of the easiest to use 3D design tools. With SketchUp you can create 3D objects for use in scenery. This 10th part shows some techniques for building houses, with interiors, a sloped roof, chimney, etc.
Now available from vFlyteAir for X-Plane 10 is the Piper Arrow III. It has been recently updated to v2.1 which offers greatly improved frame rates and now includes a Garmin 430 GPS and fully animated landing gear.
Ricardo Flores, long time FS2004 user, ventures into the world of X-Plane and more specifically the area of scenery design. In this article he describes how in a few short months he's learned to create custom buildings and lay out the airports that he wants to fly from.
New from 111Sim is the Learjet 36 for X-Plane 9 and 10. The packages includes ten liveries plus a paint kit. The plane is a brand new build from the ground up with a 3D cockpit, pilot figures, many detailed parts and more.
For a limited time only, all scenery add-ons from Drzewiecki Design are available at the FS Pilot Shop for 30% off their regular prices. Drzewiecki has a large selection of scenery for use with FS2004, FSX X-Plane and Prepar3D.
Polish Airports Vol.2 XP from Drzewiecki Design is a package of highly detailed sceneries of EPSC Szczecin, EPLL Lodz and EPZG Zielona Gora airports in Poland for X-Plane 10.
In this tutorial, Paul Mort gives us an introduction to SketchUp, one of the easiest to use 3D design tools. With SketchUp you can create 3D objects for use in scenery. This ninth article in the series shows some more advanced techniques that let you make things like castles and old houses.
Once again Carenado has come up with a top notch general aviation aircraft with their Beechcraft Baron 58 for X-Plane. The Beech Baron is pretty much top of the line for general aviation twins, and Carenado has given it an appropriate treatment. Reviewer Shawn Weigelt finds that it flies just right and looks great too.
PFPX (Professional Flight Planner X) from Aerosoft is an innovative flight planning tool developed by real-world pilots and dispatchers. It works with FS2004, FSX and Prepar3D. It has just been updated to v1.19.
eBag is a PDF and image viewer embedded in the X-Plane flight simulator. It was designed to view and browse your own charts, manuals, checklists, and other documents inside the simulator, all while flying.
Announcing a new version of the X-Plane plugin XPForce, which adds new features and fixes several bugs. XPForce enables real force feedback on suitable joysticks such as the Microsoft Sidewinder Force Feedback 2 and Logitech G940 that goes beyond what is provided by X-Plane itself.
Andrew Clements is a member of the ISDG design team that has created many scenery add-ons for X-Plane. In our interview, learn more about the team and their work and Andrew's thoughts about scenery design and flight simulation.