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Warbirds Dogfights Released

Posted on Wed, 04 Jan 2012 13:15:45 GMT

iEntertainment announced in January 2010 its release of Warbirds Dogfights.  Warbirds Dogfights puts the user in the pilot's seat of the greatest WWII air combat airplanes. The simulation can be used in massive multiplayer mode online or single player offline.

Carenado Launch Sister Brand Alabeo

Posted on Mon, 05 Dec 2011 18:58:54 GMT

Carenado, the developers of high quality aircraft for FSX, FS2004 and recently X-Plane have announced the launch of another brand called Alabeo; providing "lower priced" aircraft and add-ons for a range of flight simulator packages.

DBS Studio Releases TCAS Update

Posted on Sun, 06 Nov 2011 20:59:08 GMT

DBS Studio, developers of flight simulation add-ons have announced an update for their Universal TCAS system which fixes some small bugs and adds more definitions for some freeware and payware aircraft in Microsoft Flight Simulator X and 2004.

AirlineSim Expands Internationally

Posted on Tue, 20 Sep 2011 16:37:08 GMT

AirlineSim launches second game world - "Croydon".  It has been three months since AirlineSim, the brower-based airline simulation game, took to the international stage by launching its first game world published solely in English. Since then the game and its community have grown tremendously in popularity, leading to a quick take-up of the 1200 available accounts. Therefore, another game world, named "Croydon", will "take to the skies" on Monday, November 9th, 2009!

Ship Console: The First Console For Boat Simulators

Posted on Thu, 15 Sep 2011 11:02:06 GMT

Now available for pre-order.  Continuously expanding their products range, VRinsight and Wilco Publishing today announce the imminent release of the first product of its kind: Ship Console.

Pilot's Releases Fix For Airport SKCL

Posted on Wed, 31 Aug 2011 14:53:24 GMT

PILOT'S GesmbH today announced the release of a fix for the Airport SKCL - Santiago Bonilla Aragon (Cali, Colombia). In this case the installation of FS Global reveals a wrong airport altitude in FS, leaving the airport beneath actual terrain level like a "bathtub".

GoFlight Announces The LGTII Module

Posted on Thu, 18 Aug 2011 23:00:00 GMT

The GF LGT II from GoFlight is designed after the popular GF-LGT module, but features a greater range of controls to make your simulated flying sessions more realistic than ever.

Space Shuttle Mission 2007: New Free Major Service Pack and Manuals Released

Posted on Wed, 25 May 2011 07:00:00 GMT

Exciting Simulations has released today the new free Major Service Pack 4.0 for the Space Shuttle Mission 2007 simulator. This is the an exciting and significant development as it adds support for highly realistic R-BAR, TORVA, V-BAR and TORF procedures which are used for docking with the ISS.

FTX: AU YSTW Tamworth Airport Released

Posted on Tue, 24 May 2011 07:00:00 GMT

The world's FIRST 7cm/pixel airport!  Prepared to be stunned at the detail of the airport aprons, taxiways and surrounds with the first ever FSX airport to be released using incredible 7cm/pixel digital sourced aerial imagery, taken using the very latest direct to disk mounted cameras on aircraft.

New Airbus MCDU Module

Posted on Sun, 22 May 2011 07:00:00 GMT

Eric Marciano is happy to announce the availability of the software module for the CockpitSonic MCDU. This module provides a complete integration of the CockpitSonic MCDU device with the Wilco Airbus Series aircrafts. It is just perfect for the cockpit builders and for the "armchair pilots", like me, who just have the device on their desk.

Airport Design Editor 9x Release 1.45

Posted on Mon, 16 May 2011 18:00:41 GMT

ScruffyDuck Software and the ADE Development Team are delighted to announce the release of ADE9X. This is the first version of Airport Design Editor to support both FS9 and FSX. The new functionality means that FS9 airport developers now have access to most of the functionality that has been available to FSX designers for some time.

IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds Of Prey Demo Swoops Onto Playstation Network

Posted on Mon, 11 Apr 2011 09:26:48 GMT

Milton Keynes, 20th August 2009 - 505 Games in collaboration with 1C Company have today released the PlayStation 3 single player demo for upcoming flight combat title IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds Of Prey. Gaijin Entertainment's eagerly anticipated WWII aerial combat title is now available to download from PlayStation Network with the full release hitting UK shelves on 4th September.

Fly Wonderful Islands Scenery Now On

Posted on Mon, 02 Aug 2010 13:49:50 GMT, the on-line flight sim store have now started stocking the entire flight simulator scenery range from Fly Wonderful Islands.  Fly Wonderful Islands, or as they are know in the community, FWI are a flight simulator development company focusing on creating highly detailed scenery package add-ons for islands.  Their entire range is compatible with Microsoft Flight Simulator X.

PRE-Flight Apollo 11 Eagle Moon Lander Model For Free Download

Posted on Sun, 21 Mar 2010 10:56:13 GMT

Announcing the Apollo 11 Eagle Moon Lander by PRE-Flight RC Simulator. The Eagle Moon Lander was designed and built by Grumman Aircraft Engineering at a cost of around $350 million. Ungainly as it looked, the LEM (Lunar Excursion Module - its official title) was the most reliable component of the Apollo system, the only one never to have suffered a major failure.

Integrated Simavionics Group 1 (ISG1) 1.6 Upgrade Released

Posted on Sun, 21 Mar 2010 10:45:57 GMT

This upgrade integrates a Boeing 777 style Primary Flight Display, and A320 style Enhanced ADI, and brings the total number of display gauges in the package to 9, along with 2 FMS's. All ISG1 gauges can be selectively mixed and matched into the aircraft/panel of your choice. This update also provides fixes for some minor reported issues.

Horten Ho 229 for PRE-Flight Model Now Free Download

Posted on Thu, 04 Mar 2010 18:24:20 GMT

Announcing Hitler's Stealth Fighter (Horten Ho 229) by PRE-Flight RC Simulator. The Horten Ho 229 was the favorite of Hitler's Luftwaffe chief, Hermann Goering, calling it the only aircraft to come close to his "1000,1000,1000" requirements - meaning an aircraft that could carry 1000kg of bombs a distance of 1000km at a speed of 1000 km/hr.

Flight Illusion Announces New DME Display

Posted on Sat, 20 Feb 2010 11:39:56 GMT

Flight Illusion is proud to announce the release of the GSA-DME. This octagonal display is based on the Bendix and Collins versions of a DME distance indicator. You can find this gauge typically in King air or other business jets. The selector can be set on NAV1 or NAV 2 and shows respectively the distance (in nautical miles) to the chosen NAV station, the speed (in knots) and the estimated time to arrival (in minutes).

Using Google Earth's Flight Simulator

Posted on Mon, 18 Jan 2010 22:09:23 GMT

Google recently added Google Sky to Google earth. Google Earth has embedded a new feature to Google Earth. This feature will make many flight simulation enthusiasts jump in joy. Yes, Google earth has embedded a flight simulator to Google Earth. However not many know about this flight simulator because it comes as a hidden feature. You will not be able to find any information about the flight simulator even in the release notes. Don't worry, we will help you get to this feature and you can have unlimited fun with Google Earth Flight Simulator.

Luis Gordo Instructor Station Now Available

Posted on Fri, 08 Jan 2010 13:21:28 GMT

An affordable Instructor Station finally at your grasp!  The Instructor Station is meant to assist PC simmers and cockpit builders using Flight Simulator (FS2004, FSX). Also many features are available for Project Magenta users (Boeing 737 and Airbus A320 series suites). Compatible with all types of aircraft within FS.

PRE-Flight Ju 87 Stuka Model For Free Download

Posted on Wed, 23 Dec 2009 18:43:19 GMT

Announcing the Ju 87 Stuka by PRE-Flight RC Simulator.  The Junkers Ju 87 Stuka (from German Sturzkampfflugzeug, "dive bomber") was designed from the beginning, as a dive bomber and this role it performed brilliantly. It was capable of very precise bombing - diving up to 90-degree angles then automatically pulling out of the dive after bomb-release. This automatic feature was required as pulling out from the 600kph-plus dive usually blacked-out the pilot.

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