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Further Details Shared for Just Flight’s A300 for P3D

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Whilst Just Flight has been sharing plenty of previews for their BAe 146 Professional on X-Plane and the PA-28R Arrow for Microsoft Flight Simulator, Prepar3D owners are keenly awaiting the A300B4-200. On Facebook today, Just Flight shared key new information on the product and confirmed a new weather radar which is compatible with Active Sky for Prepar3D.

The post on Facebook says “we’ve recently fitted some (relatively) new technology to our classic A300B4” and then confirmed which pieces of technology simmers can find in the aircraft. In addition to both sides of the cockpit will featuring the weather radar technology, a working TCAS and FMS have also been added. For those pilots who want to fly something more traditional will be able to switch to VSI and INS navigation.

Furthermore, a short video previewing the engine sounds for both the CF6 and the JT9D variants was also shared through the Just Flight YouTube channel.

No release date has been shared by Just Flight yet, but the previews continue to come in thick and fast so we can hope it will be sooner than later.

Will you fly with the more tradition navigation equipment or fly the Airbus A300 B4-200 with more modern technology when the product releases?

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Whiskey Jet Simulations A220 Night Previews and Animation Video

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The team at Whiskey Jet Simulations has continued to share their A220 developemtn progress with the most recent previews showcasing the aircraft at night. In addition, the team shared an animation video highlighting the engine spool up and spool down, along with wing flex. The most recent previews from the development studio highlight the night lighting that the team has
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IRIS Simulations Announces Hornet FA-18C for MSFS

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Fighter jets continue to be developed for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Developer IRIS Simulations, following on from the announcement of their FA-39 Vampire, has confirmed they are working on the Classic Hornet FA-18C for the simulator. This appears to be Announced in a post on Facebook, IRIS Simulations said that this is one of "my favourite fast jets" and this will
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Carenado Updates PA44 Seminole for MSFS

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Aircraft developer Carenado has updated its PA44 Seminole to version 1.2. The new update for Microsoft Flight Simulator includes just a handful of fixes and changes for owners of the aircraft. The changelog only consists of three items and is available through the Microsoft Flight Simulator Marketplace right now. The changes for the Carenado PA44 Seminole includes a fix to the
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UK2000 Scenery Glasgow 2020HD for MSFS Releasing Soon

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Update: We have removed FSX from the list of simulators UK2000 Scenery will continue to support after their original Facebook post was edited after our first publication on the matter.

In a very brief post on Facebook, UK2000 Scenery shared the first previews for their upcoming Glasgow 2020HD release for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The new previews highlight many parts of the Scottish airport both during normal conditions and when heaps of snow has fallen at the airport.

Glasgow Airport is the second largest in Scotland and serves a wide range of worldwide destinations. easyJet, British Airways and Loganair all serve destinations across Europe, with Emirates, United and Virgin Atlantic serving long-haul destinations such as the US and Dubai.

Above is just a collection of previews, with a few more to be found on their Facebook page. They are previews of the airport as a work-in-progress so there may be bugs present, UK2000 Scenery warned. The developer said that the airport will release “soon” and as always, we’ll bring you the details once we get them.

In related news, UK2000 Scenery recently confirmed that they will be ceasing development for X-Plane 11 to instead focus on P3D and MSFS development moving forward.

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Origami Studios Announces Gatwick Airport for X-Plane 11

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Developer Origami Studios, the team behind the Scottish Aviation Bulldog, has today announced they will be bringing Gatwick Airport (EGKK) to X-Plane 11. As the second busiest airport in the UK, Gatwick serves a wide range of short-haul and long haul routes around the world. Gatwick is unique due to the fact it has two runways but mostly uses a
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Pyreegue Announces Kyiv Boryspil Airport for MSFS

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Scenery developer Pyreegue has announced and previewed Kyiv Boryspil Airport (UKBB) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Kyiv Boryspil Airport comes from the same team that brought Tivat Airport to Microsoft Flight Simulator last year. The Ukrainian airport, situated in Kyiv is a primary hub for SkyUp and Ukraine International Airlines. The two runways, measuring up to 13, 123ft in length can
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AIG AI Manager VATSIM Support Statement

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AIGTech has issued a brand new statement regarding their AIG AI Manager (AIM) and how model matching works with VATSIM. The statement issued confirms that the current AIG AI Manager, with the included One-Click-Installer (OCI) works with the current configuration for model matching when used with vPilot. The statement was confirmed by other AIG members, along with other users. However,
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Onfinal Studio Shares 2021 Roadmap

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Scenery developer Onfinal Studio has shared their roadmap for the next few months within 2021. The roadmap shared that the development team has three airports currently in development. Following on from the release of Esbjerg Airport earlier this week, the team will be working on three new airports. The first of those will be Onfinal Studio's release of Batsfjord Airport
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