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These recommendations are taken from the FS2002 "ATC Handbook", page 10 and apply equally well to FSX.
AFS Design presents the Eurofighter Typhoon - Professional 4 for FSX. The Eurofighter is a single-seat, twin-engine, agile combat aircraft which will be used in the air-to-air, air-to-ground and tactical reconnaissance roles.
Night Environment from Aerosoft is a series of add-ons for FSX that revolutionizes the way the world looks at night. Using a series of databases it will add lights to roads and other areas. The latest addition to the series covers Denmark.
Skysong Soundworks presents real world Cessna 172II N float-plane sounds engineered to fit Carenado FSX add-on products, plus a wide range of freeware aircraft.
New York Airports X for FSX/P3D from Drzewiecki Design is the most complete, affordable and performance-friendly package containing six area airports. It is available with all six in one package or in four "extracts". All have just been updated.
Now available at the FS Pilot Shop is the IRIS Pro Training Series - Pilatus PC-9/A. IRIS' goal was to create a desktop simulation product which could potentially be used as a real-world training aid. It is modeled after A23-52, an airframe specific to the Royal Australian Air Force Aerobatic Team.
EETN Tallinn X from Drzewiecki Design is a highly detailed scenery of Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport in Estonia. The product also includes the city of Tallinn with its landmarks. It supports FSX and Prepar3D.
The Boeing 737-200C from Milviz is ideal for multiple levels of home flight simulations, reports reviewer Bill Stack. Diehard enthusiasts will enjoy its highly accurate performance modeling, especially its complete "cold and dark" startup procedure. Flight simmers who want to bypass the intricate preflight tasks will enjoy Milviz's alternate startup methods. The plane itself is an accurate representation of this early 737 model.
CR1 Software announces the Dornier Do 335 Pheil currently under development for FSX. Four models will be included. Full animations of every imaginable part and fully interactive click and pull flying controls. Added to that a fully functional 2D panel with all the goodies you have come to expect from CR1-Software.
Flysimware has released v1.5 of their Cessna 402C Utiliner / Businessliner, a six to ten passenger light twin with turbocharged piston engines. The plane is recreated to real world specs and runs in FSX and Prepar3D. This is a minor update with new textures and effects.
Night Environment from Aerosoft is a series of add-ons for FSX that revolutionizes the way the world looks at night. Using a series of databases it will add lights to roads and other areas. Hundreds of thousands of lights clearly show how highways connect cities and how smaller roads meander into neighborhoods. The latest release in the series covers Israel.
Golden Age Simulations was begun in 2005 as a result of a conversation between Paul Corish and Gil Halpin. Since then, they and several partners have created a wide variety of aircraft from the classic age of aviation. In our interview Paul tells us more about the company and his motivations.
Treeline North America from nuvecta offers detailed forests, woodlands, and city parks autogen for FSX and Prepar3D photo-scenery add-ons. Flying with Treeline North America™ is very different from flying with just photo-real scenery. Now available are the states of North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma and Oregon.
Now available at the FS Pilot Shop from Venez Scenery for FSX is Florence X. This is photoreal scenery around the Peretola Airport area plus realistic autogen and accurately placed hangars, vehicles, trees, etc.
The Velocity XL RG is an American amateur-built aircraft, produced by Velocity, Inc. The Flysimware model for FSX or Prepar3D comes with HD textures, a custom G1000 PFD, MFD and remote system. It includes a full auto pilot system with VNAV that is close to real world operations. Reviewer Bill Stack takes it for a spin and offers his report.
Today we've opened a major new web site feature which we hope you'll enjoy: a picture gallery. We know you enjoy sharing and looking at pictures; over the years the screen shot forums in our message forums have always been among the most active areas there. With the new gallery section we hope to increase your enjoyment and use of the picture resources that we collect.