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    X-Plane 11 pilots looking for a more advanced general aviation aircraft will enjoy the CT182T Skylane G1000 model available from Carenado. The Turbo Skylane is faster and higher flying than most others and features a modern G1000 glass cockpit. Reviewer Shawn Weigelt takes it for a ride and offers his report.

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    Ratty's Ramblings - Slow Flight

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    Op-Ed: Let's Talk About Microsoft Flight Simulator

    Having attended X019 and actually having a chance to try an early version of the new Microsoft Flight Simulator, not to mention the chance to interview the design team at Asobo, Michael Hayward has formed some strong opinions on the upcoming flight simulator. In this op-ed he shares his thoughts, covering the history of Microsoft Flight Simulator and what the new versions means.

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    Making 3D Panels For X-Plane

    Creating a flight simulator aircraft requires a wide variety of skills, not least of which is making the 3D panel. In this tutorial, Gary Miloglav demonstrates his way of making 3D panels for X-Plane, a step by step approach that we hope you will find easy to follow.

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    On An Older System - Series Introduction

    While the latest add-ons are tempting, many flightsimmers are still running older computers that cannot keep up. But there's still plenty of flying fun to be had if you pick the right simulator and add-ons. This series is for you, as author Kenneth J. Kerr explores the realities of user an older computer and offers suggestions. Future articles in the series will look at specific add-ons that work great on slower machines.

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    X019 Interview with Asobo Studio

    On Friday 15th November 2019, Asobo Studio, who are developing the upcoming Microsoft Flight Simulator showcased their platform at X019 in London. This was the first time a stand had been made available to the public, and the team were on hand to take questions. Michael Hayward represented FlightSim.Com and had a chance to interview Martial Bossard, lead developer and co-founder of Asobo.

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    Review: Drzewiecki Design - Miami City XP

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    Jennifer Kimball Developer Interview

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    Review: Aerosoft - FSDG Rhodes

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    Where in the World Feature 121

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    SIMStarter NG Update to 1.9.5.2

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    VSKYLABS EuroFOX Project Update

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    UK2000 Scenery Releases Bristol 2019 HD

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    Orbx - ESGG Gothenburg Landvetter for P3Dv4 - Second Previews

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    Drzewiecki Design - UUEE Moscow Sheremetyevo XP V2 for X-Plane

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    Alabeo Year End Sale

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    December 7, 2019, 10:42 am

    SimWorks Studios T-37 Tweet Preview Video

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    UK2000 Scenery Withdraws Gatwick Xtreme

    In an unusual decision, UK2000 Scenery has announced they are withdrawing their Gatwick Xtreme scenery for X-Plane from sale as it does not meet their expectations. The scenery was converted to X-Plane some time ago, but apparently the conversion did not fully work and things like taxiway markings don't appear as they should.

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