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Leading Edge Simulations Updates Take Command! Saab 340A

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Founder of X-Aviation, Cameron, has confirmed the Leading Edge Simulations Take Command! Saab 340A has been updated. The new update brings it to version 1.6.5 and an email to customers of the product has already been sent out informing them of the update. The update is now available to download through your X-Aviation account and will simply need to be reinstalled for the update to take effect.

Within the update, the team at Leading Edge Simulations has changed various elements of the aircraft to improve various functions. The autopilot has seen changes that fixes a bug which prevents proper trim. Furthermore, the team has created a new torque value curve for the power lever to better match it to the real aircraft. Other fixes include addressing the issue where the aircraft will crash the simulator when at specific airports. The full changelog is down below.

If you don’t own the Leading Edge Simulations Take Command! Saab 340A, then you can pick it up from X-Aviation for $49.95 USD.

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Delta Heritage Airpark for MSFS Released

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Developer CanadianFlightSimStudios has released Delta Heritage Airpark (CAK3) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The airport is located in Delta, British Columbia, Canada and features a single runway. There is a rich general aviation scene at the airport with plenty of scenic views just a short flight away from the airport. The development team has said they have included "many hand-placed details" with various
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Recap of Flight Sim Labs A320-X Sharklet Blackbox711 and AirbusFTW Livestream

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Following on from the recent trailer for the upcoming Flight Sim Labs A320-X Sharklet release, streamer Blackbox711 took to Twitch to showcase the aircraft in action. In addition to highlighting what features will come with the aircraft, Blackbox711 was joined by both Lefteris and Andy from Flight Sim Labs who answered a range of questions from the chat. Update: Streamer AirbusFTW
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FlyByWire Simulations Releases A32NX as Standalone Freeware

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Over the Easter weekend, FlyByWire Simulations released a new update to its popular freeware aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The new update sees the team finally depart from requiring the default Asobo A320neo within the simulator and has now been packaged as a standalone product.

The developers say this package separation is also known as a “fork” and will only affect new versions of the development and experimental branches of the aircraft release. Following on from a short testing period, version 0.6.0 will release making it a stable release as a standalone package. This has been done with the approval of Microsoft and also means that in the future, that the A32NX will be made available through the Microsoft Flight Simulator Marketplace free of charge.

As a result of this change, it does mean that liveries will need to be converted by their respective authors to ensure it’s compatible with the FlyByWire Simulations A32NX aircraft. The team are also going further and creating a tool that will be able to convert selected paints.

The FlyByWire Simulations team continue to impress the flight simulation community with freely made updates for the aircraft modification.

Why not check out previews for the A380 the team is also working on for Microsoft Flight Simulator here.

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AUScene Releases Aldinga Airfield for Free on MSFS

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AUScene is back with a new product for Microsoft Flight Simulator, but this time, you can get it right now completely free of charge. Aldinga Airfield (YADG) is located in Vale Wine region in South Australia and serves as the perfect gateway to locations such as Kangaroo Island and the Eyre Penisula. Whilst the airport may be free, it comes with "payware
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MilViz Releases FG-1D Corsair for MSFS

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Aircraft developer MilViz has released its first aircraft on Microsoft Flight Simulator.  The FG-1D Corsair is described as "one of the most visually distinctive fighters developed during the Second World War." MilViz has developed the aircraft exclusively for the new simulator and takes advantage of the visual technology found in the sim to make the fighter-bomber as realistic as possible. Included
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Pyreegue Dev Co Releases Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport for MSFS

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Pyreegue Dev Co has released Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport (UKLL) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Located in the heart of Europe, the airport grew considerably for the Euro 2012 Championship which saw thousands of people pour through the doors. Since then, the airport has continued to welcome visitors from across Europe. The product features custom animated jetways (with a dynamic
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Zero Dollar Payware Announces 3 New Airports: Heathrow, Gold Coast and Hamburg Finkenwerder

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Freeware X-Plane 11 developer, Zero Dollar Payware, has confirmed they are working on three brand new airports for X-Plane 11. Those airports are Heathrow, Gold Coast and Hamburg Finkenwerder. The first airport, which was actually announced a few days ago was, is Gold Coast Airport (YBCG). Located near Brisbane in Australia, the airport is sat along the coast and has
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