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Shockwave Has Rebranded Its Name To Air To Air Simulations

Last updated Tue, 03 Jul 2018 11:27:42 GMT
Originally posted on Sun, 01 Mar 2009 20:58:04 GMT

Farmington, CT - May 14, 2008 - Shockwave Productions Inc., a leader in high-end flight simulation software, has rebranded its corporate name to Air to Air Simulations Inc (A2A).

Air to Air Simulations states that its name change was triggered by reports of customer confusion between Shockwave Productions and a popular online gaming web site known as Shockwave. In effort to better serve their customers and avoid any further confusion, a company name change was in order.

"Our reputation was built with a passion for flight. After many years of hard work and dedication, we now have a brand name, "Shockwave," that is synonymous with quality throughout our flight simulation community. The other Shockwave preceded us and the larger we grow, the more likely customer confusion would occur between two different companies. Our team is excited to announce Air to Air Simulations as it better identifies who we are and what we do," said Scott Gentile of Air to Air Simulations Inc.

Look for A2A at its new web site: The company customers grew to rely on for quality flight simulation will continue without pause. A2A continues to use their own Merlin air combat engine to create the most authentic flight simulations. The Merlin Air Combat engine boasts authentic physics and the most advanced artificial intelligence in the industry. Additionally, A2A has a team that develops ground-breaking technology and aircraft for the latest and greatest Microsoft Flight Simulator X and 2004.

"Much of our team's energy has been focused on the creation of a new line of aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator X called, "Wings of Silver." This line is built with an all-new core simulation technology called "Accu-Sim" which boasts the type of realism we have only been able to wish for, until now. Accu-Sim comes with a long list of never before seen features for a flight simulation. Our Boeing Stratocriuser, which has been built using Accu-Sim technology, represents a quantum leap over anything we've done prior. This plane has to be seen, felt, and heard to be believed" commented Lewis Bloomfield of Air to Air Simulations Inc.

During the last year, Shockwave Productions has released several products including two highly accurate aircraft native to Microsoft Flight Simulator X: the Wings of POWER II P40 and the B17 Flying Fortress. Air to Air Simulations will continue its standard, which is the pursuit of excellence. The change in name will not affect the quality its customers have come to expect from this flight simulation leader. Look for Air to Air to release some of its most ambitious products ever later this year.

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About Air To Air Simulations Inc.

Air to Air Simulations specializes in the development and publication of flight simulations, visual effects and sound. The company is a North American based company in Farmington, Connecticut.

Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator 2004 are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

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About Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens is a flight simulation enthusiast also with a keen interest in aviation and technology.  Ian spends a lot of his time experimenting with various simulator packages but has a love for Microsoft Flight Simulator X because of the huge selection of add-ons available.  However, Ian also has copies of Prepar3D and X-Plane installed. 

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