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    Neil's Great Scottish Tour For X-Plane 11 Vol. 2

    Come along with Neil Birch as he continues Neil's Great Scottish Tour for X-Plane with Volume 2. Neil loves to show off his home territory in the UK, acting as a tour guide for some low and slow fight among the area's historic and natural features. The trip continues from Kirkcudbright to Castle Kennedy.

    June 30, 2020, 1:05 pm

    Review: Just Flight - Hawker Hunter F.6/FGA.9

    The Hawker Hunter was an early British jet fighter aircraft and one-time world air speed record holder. Just Flight has created a nice version for FSX/P3D with a number of variants and liveries. Reviewer Dale Ashcroft found himself very pleased with the results, finding it to be well detailed, fun to fly and a smooth experience throughout.

    June 27, 2020, 10:12 am

    Prepar3D v5 vs X-Plane 11 Vulkan

    So, which is better, the latest Prepar3D v5 or is it X-Plane 11? It's a tough call and daring to even try, but reviewer Michael Hayward wanted to take on the challenge anyway. He looks at all aspects of each sim and compares and contrasts their strengths. Do you agree with his conclusions?

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    Where in the World Feature 125

    The Where In The World series challenge from Ron Blehm continues. A lot of people tried last month's challenge, and most were successful. An interesting clue was that the person who suggested the location had also created a freeware scenery of the location. For this month we have just a few clues--can you figure them out?

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    Aerosoft Gibraltar X - 10 Years On

    Those who have stuck with FS2004 and FSX benefit from the many years that developers have had to make add-ons from these sims. But how well do the older ones hold up? In this review, Michael Hayward looks at Gibraltar X, created by Sim-Wings about ten years ago. Currently published by Aerosoft, he finds that it still holds up well and is well worth a visit.

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    Fly With That One Pilot Chick #4

    Author Ron Blehm knows a young woman pilot in Washington State who shares her flight training and flying adventures online and through videos. His idea was that it would be fun for flight simmers to join in on her adventures, flying the same routes and sharing their experiences. A number of people have submitted video responses from flight 3 and we now offer a new flight to try. This time, the challenge is night flying.

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    Review: Just Flight - Avro Vulcan B Mk.2

    One of the most noteworthy British aircraft of the cold war era was the graceful delta-winged Avro Vulcan. X-Plane pilots can now fly this plane thanks to Just Flight and Thranda Design. Reviewer Andrew Parish had been very eager to get his hands on this plane, as was not disappointed. He enjoyed the exquisite detail and the absolute joy of flying it.

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    Neil's Great Scottish Tour For X-Plane 11 Vol. 1

    Come along with Neil Birch as he begins Neil's Great Scottish Tour for X-Plane. Neil loves to show off his home territory in the UK, acting as a tour guide for some low and slow fight among the area's historic and natural features.

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    Review: Active Sky For Prepar3D

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