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    Review: Carenado Piper PA34 Seneca II

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    Where In The World #85

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    Review: Robert Richardson Freeware Jets

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    Review: Sim720 - Santa Barbara

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    Where In The World #84

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    Drzewiecki Design - Baku X

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    May 29, 2016, 10:31 am

    Canadian Xpress OrbX Freeware Tour

    The OrbX Freeware Tour sponsored by virtual airline Canadian Xpress is the largest tour to date. Participants will visit some of the best freeware scenery available (FSX and P3D) and will travel from the most northern locations on mainland North America, cross the wild tundra of the Canadian north to the most northern airport in the world and then on to Canada's amazing eastern seaboard.

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    WX Advantage Radar Updated

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    Aerosoft - Airport Zurich v2 for X-Plane

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    May 27, 2016, 3:31 pm

    Flightsoft - North American Collection v2

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    May 27, 2016, 9:18 am

    FS Pilot Shop Memorial Day Sale

    Celebrate Memorial Day with big savings at the FS Pilot Shop. Over 40 publishers are offering discounts on their popular flightsim products for a limited time during this sale. Stock up now while you can.

    May 25, 2016, 1:03 pm

    20th Anniversary Membership Drive

    It's our 20th birthday but we're giving you the gifts. Support us by getting a First Class Membership during May or June and get entered in a drawing from some great prizes from our sponsors: Aerosoft, Alabeo, Carenado, Flight1 and Just Flight. We need your support to continue for another 20 years and now is a great time to do it.

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    Sky Simulations - McDonnell Douglas DC-9

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