Just a few moments ago, A2A Simulations released their anticipated Lockheed L049 Constellation for FSX and P3D.
The L049 is their second product in their Captain of The Ship line, the first being the rather old Boeing 377 Stratocruiser.
As per usual with A2A, the feature list is long and very impressive. The A2A Simulations Lockheed L049 Constellation is available for FSX and P3D on the A2A Simulations Store.
Do note that the FSX and P3D versions are separate purchases and that there are two different P3D versions. The FSX and P3D Academic versions will set you back 59.99 US Dollar and the P3D Professional version will set you back 79.99 US Dollar.
All prices mentioned above are before taxes if applicable.
Just half an hour ago, Carenado released their C441 Conquest II for FSX, P3D and FSX Steam edition. The Cessna 441 Conquest II was the first turboprop made by Cessna. The Conquest II was introduced in 1977 at the Paris Air Show. 362 of them were made when production ended in 1987.
The Alabeo version features everything we are used to with Carenado and Alabeo, including 4096 textures, 5 liveries, the Carenado GNS530 (Which can be replaced by the Flight1 GTN 750) And the usual manuals including normal and non-normal procedures, performance tables and a bunch more.
Scenery developer Bridge, known for their Guangzhou scenery released in May of 2015 is back with a new product. This time they treated us with a great looking rendition of Zhuhai (ICAO ZGSD)
The airport is located approximately 50 kilometers from the city of Zhuhai in the Jinwan region of China. The airport also hosts China’s biggest airshow. Zhuhai Airport opened in 1995 and handled 4.7 million passengers in 2015
The scenery is available on Simmarket with a price of €22.80 before applicable taxes.
Just yesterday evening 29Palms and Captain7 gave an update on their upcoming Nuremberg scenery.
The update was given in German but translated to English it says “A milestone has been reached. The complex around the main terminal with the myriad of winding corners and superstructure is as good as done, and we continue with the cargo area”