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NextGen Simulations Citation CJ4X V2 Released for Prepar3D v4

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A few moments ago, NextGen Simulations has released their Cessna Citation CJ4X V2 for Prepar3D v4. First released over 2 years ago for FSX and P3D, this version aims to improve on the quality of the previous release of this small private jet.

The Cessna Citation CJ4 was launched at the NBAA conference in 2006, featuring a slightly longer cabin to the CJ3, new wing design and more. The aircraft is powered by two Williams FJ44-4A engines, and can fly over 2,000 nmi. With the ability to reach FL450 and also be able to takeoff from a field with runways as short as 3,410 ft, this is a very versatile aircraft. Also able to carry 987 pounds of payload with a full load of fuel. Over 2,000 of the CJ series aircraft were built since the first one took its first flight in 1991.

NextGen Simulations is mainly known for their scenery development, focusing on airports in the pacific islands area, airports like Nadi are in their lineup.

New with this version of the CJ4 aircraft is PBR texturing, rain effects on the windshield, custom lighting, a dispatcher app, and more. A full list of the features for this product is at the bottom of the article.

Plenty of screenshots were on the product page, showing the external modeling and PBR, the flight deck and cabin, and some of the extras like the dispatcher. The rest can be viewed on the product page.

NextGen Simulations Citation CJ4X V2 can be picked up for 23.60 EUR. Owners of V1 of the product are entitled to a 50% discount for V2.

This package includes:

  • Two accurate models of the Citation CJ4, differing in its vertical stabilizer shape
  • Frame-rate friendly models while keeping good look-and-feel
  • All development is P3Dv4 SDK-compliant
  • NEW! PBR Texturing
  • Ground service (Cones, Wheel Chocks and GPU)
  • 18 different liveries (plus two in-house liveries)
  • Remastered Paint Kit and refined texture detail
  • NEW! Rain effects in windshield windows (courtesy of A2A Simulations)
  • NEW! Integration with FSLabs’ Spotlights
  • NEW! Custom lights with Dynamic Lighting compliance
  • NEW! Dispatcher app tool that allows you to set up aircraft’s weight&balance, (un)install and package liveries and keep the product up to date
  • NEW! ChasePlane presets included
  • Different Cameras outside and inside the aircraft
  • 2D Cockpit (Main Panel of Pilot and Copilot, plus 8 subpanels including zoomed displays popups, for a total of 13 subpanels), a Mini Panel and a Semi-functional 3D Virtual Cockpit, with 3D Virtual Cabin
  • Custom-coded animations virtually everywhere
  • Flight Management System developed and licensed by Eric Marciano, with extensive use of Flight Simulator GPS database
  • Original replica of Collins ProLine 21 displays
  • Easy-to-use Autopilot
  • Realistic & Authentic Williams FJ44-4A Engine Soundset, plus cockpit sounds (Environment, CAS Aural Warnings, V-speeds Callouts and GPWS Callouts)


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Just Flight Releases Traffic Global for Mac

Just Flight's popular traffic addon, traffic Global has been released for those who use X-Plane 11 on a Mac. Traffic Global will inject thousands of AI control flights within the simulator, populating X-Plane with real-world aircraft and airlines flying accurate routes to a schedule. Includes is 65 aircraft types and over 860 liveries with worldwide coverage. Over 600,000 flights are included
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PacSim Announces Cleveland Hopkins Airport for Prepar3D

Earlier today on Facebook, PacSim announced development of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport for Prepar3D V4.  Aside from being my home airport, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport serves as the main airport for the city of Cleveland, Ohio and is a focus city for Frontier Airlines. In 2019 Cleveland Hopkins Airport served over 10 million passengers to destinations throughout the Caribbean and
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FSElite Exclusive: LatinVFR Fort Lauderdale Features Sloped Runways In Prepar3D V4 (With Working AI)

In an exclusive interview with FSElite, LatinVFR has shared the news that their upcoming airport, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport will feature sloped runways Prepar3D. Whilst we know that sloped runways are possible in Prepar3D, they are not usually compatible with AI traffic. This is fine at small airfields, but not so much at a busy international airport. However, with Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport,
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MagMexico Releases Ciudad Victoria Airport for FSX and Prepar3D V4

MagMexico has released Ciudad Victoria International Airport for FSX and Prepar3D V4. Ciudad Victoria International Airport is located in south central Tamaulipas, Mexico and services the city of Ciudad Victoria. A single runway, 15/33, is located on the airport. Aeromar is the only airline with scheduled airline service to Ciudad Victoria with flights to Mexico city. In 2018 Ciudad Victoria served 63,144 passengers in
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ToLiss A321 Now Available for X-Plane 11

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iniBuilds Weekly Recap – February 28th

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As February draws to its close, check out our final releases for the month below:

X-Plane 11 Default 747 GE CF6 Sound Enhancement Pack

We’re proud to announce the iniBuilds Default 747 GE CF6 Sound Enhancement Pack! Utilizing the latest technologies from FMOD, we’ve been able to create a completely new sound environment for the default X-Plane 747.

Available now on the iniBuilds Store!

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Microsoft Flight Simulator Update – February 27th, 2020

Over on the usual blog website, Microsoft has released another update for the upcoming Flight Simulator. This update includes a reminder for the Discovery Series, a partnership series update, a feedback snapshot, and a plethora of new screenshots. Starting with the Discovery Series, it simply stated a reminder for what is to come. Episode 7 and 8 have been switched
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MFSG Releases Darwin International Airport (YPDN) for FSX & P3D

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Low-End PC Studios releases Juliaca Airport for Prepar3D V4

Low-End PC Systems is a new scenery developer for Prepar3D and have released their second airport, Juliaca Airport, for Prepar3D V4. Also known as Inca Manco Cápac International Airport, it serves the town of Juliaca in southeastern Peru. Juliaca Airport is an extremely high elevation airport with an airport elevation of 12,552 feet MSL and has single runway of 13,780
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Who’s Missing from the FlightSimExpo 2020 Exhibitor List?


Last month, FlightSimExpo officially announced that over 35 developers, publishers and community teams who will be exhibiting at FlightSimExpo 2020 in Las Vegas. Since then, the reception has been great with many commenting on the number of initial exhibitors to be exciting and varied.

Of course, there are still some big names missing from that list.

With 2020 destined to be the year in which many things in the flight simulation space change, we’re looking to you as a community to discuss who you really want to see exhibit this year at the show. Fans all over the world enjoy meeting these developers face-to-face to ask questions, find out about the newest products or to simply say thank you. The full list of those so far confirmed are down below, but we would love to see which developers do you think are missing from the FlightSimExpo 2020 exhibitor list?

Evan made it clear in our video interview that the more vocal the community is about their favourite developer attending the show, the higher the likelihood of them attending will be. Whether you leave a comment below, contact the developer directly or simply discuss it in public spaces, eventually, the message will be heard by them and hopefully, they’ll make the trip to Las Vegas in June.

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REX Environment Force Technical Update 2.2 Available

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Carenado Updates C90 GTX King Air on X-Plane 11

Carenado has updated their C90 GTX King Air on X-Plane 11. The new update is somewhat extensive and adds both improves features and fixes a range of issues reported by the community. Improvements have been made to the overall texturing of the aircraft, along with the wiper effect on rain when it hits the windscreen. Furthermore, fans will be pleased
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