Here you will find information about X-Plane simulation software. The topics we’ll cover will vary but will include such things as program updates, add-ons, future release dates and noteworthy features.
Recently, X-Aviation, the manufacturer of X-Plane, announced that they were planning to work alongside JRollon.com to create a seaplane simulator package as an add-on to their X-Plane product. It will be titled Seamax M-22 and will come with a large number of features, including 3D effects and authentic navigational dynamics. The plane’s model design is also 3D.
Heinz Dziurowitz, a flight simulator developer, has also created an add-on for the X-Plane, the P38-J Lightening. This cool add-on aircraft comes with a cockpit that is functional and detailed. The outside of the plane is attractive and has a very authentic appearance.
Individuals with X-Plane software can now purchase GMap for it. GMap, which was developed by FSWidgets is a map system that can work in conjunction with Google Maps. Individuals will be able to access FMS flight pans. GMap has proven to be popular with other simulation software packages and the likelihood that it will also be well received by X-Plane owners is pretty good because it is such a great add-on for flight simulation programs.