Jonathan Clayton

Drzewiecki Design Releases Two Seattle Products For X-Plane

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Developer Drzewiecki Design has released Seattle Airports XP and Seattle City XP for X-Plane 11.

Seattle Airports XP is comprised of 5 airports in the Seattle area including Seattle-Tacoma (KSEA), Paine Field (KPAE), Boeing Field (KBFI), Renton Municipal (KRNT), and Auburn Municipal (S50).

Seattle-Tacoma (also known as Sea-Tac) is the main commercial airport serving the Seattle Area. The largest airport in the Pacific Northwest, the airport serves over 45 million passengers per year and is a major hub for Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air. The scenery includes the new International Arrivals facility as well as the satellite terminal.

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Airworthy Designs Previews Princess Juliana Airport 1.5 Update

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Developer Airworthy Designs recently took to Facebook and posted some beautiful progress shots of the upcoming 1.5 update for Princess Juliana Airport (TNCM) for X-Plane 11. As evidenced in a few of the shots, and confirmed via Facebook messages with the developer, much of the time has been spent on adding Physically Based Rendering (PBR) support for runways. When asked
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Orbx Releases Netherlands TrueEarth for Aerofly FS 2

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Developer Orbx has released the stunning Netherlands TrueEarth scenery for Aerofly FS 2. Made up of over 85,000 square kilometres of extremely detailed photoreal terrain, the package includes the entirety of the country with all of the cities, towns, and landmarks exactly where the should be. Already available for FSX and P3D, the TrueEarth scenery includes 43 airports, thousands of
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REX Releases Update For Worldwide Airports HD

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Developer REX has released an update for their Worldwide Airports HD that now includes compatibility for P3Dv4.

Called Technical Update 3, this update is mandatory for all users, and in addition to P3Dv4 compatibility, also includes a number of fixes and additions. The update requires users to patch over original files, and users are encouraged to read the instructions carefully.

Rex Worldwide Airports HD is an extensive photoreal airport graphics package that is created from real-world airports and uses high-resolution photography to enhance over 24,000 airports in FSX and P3D.

Users can download the update by using the ‘Check For Update’ feature from inside the Worldwide Airports HD application.

New users interested in adding Worldwide Airports HD to their sim will enjoy a 20% discount provided they have already purchased an existing REX product from the REX store, SimMarket, or FlightSim Pilot Shop.

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Aerofly FS 2 Releases South Florida DLC

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Aerofly FS 2 has released the new South Florida DLC on Steam. The content includes southern Florida as well as historic Key West. As part of the scenery, you can fly over attractions like Fort Zachary Taylor, the Martello Museum, and even the Dry Tortugas. The DLC content includes: A large coverage area with over 400 miles of shoreline 50cm
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Update From PMDG

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Developer PMDG has been busy with a variety of projects, and founder Robert Randazzo took to the internet to post an update on the status of those projects. 737 and 777 Base Package Updates PMDG has issued updates for both the 737 and 777 base packages. Pushed for FSX, FSX-SE, P3Dv3, and P3Dv4 versions, these updates address a few rare
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TechnoBrain Releases NahaX

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Developer TechnoBrain has released their Naha scenery for FSX and P3D. Hot on the heels of their Tokyo International Airport (RJTT) release, this new scenery depicts the airport which serves the beautiful area of Okinawa. The Naha Airport (ROAH) scenery is based on meticulous research and includes the terminal that opened in 2014. Scenery around the airport has been reproduced
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Aerosoft Releases SP1 For CRJ 700/900

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Aerosoft has released SP1 for their CRJ 700/900 aircraft released in 2017. Much anticipated by pilots who prefer short hops on regional routes, the update fixes a lot of the issues that have plagued the CRJ since release. This SP1 update also marks the end of support for the 32-bit version of the CRJ. In a post on their forum
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