The team over at iBlue Yonder have released their first dedicated P3Dv4 product. The Heron’s nest installers have been updated for the new version of the sim. The team has also taken advantage of the P3DV4 dynamic night lighting for both hangers at Heron’s Nest.
The Heron’s nest 2.0 is available for free, and you can check it out over at the iBlue Yonder Website.
The Air Hauler 2 team have released their latest early access patch (v51) and now supports P3D V4. The update also includes the new Nomad mode. This difficulty setting doesn’t allow you access to own or build new bases, you can only find jobs and missions by visiting other airports. Great for you explorers and bush pilots.
You can now download the new patch via your Just Flight account or if you are new to Air Hauler? You can visit the Just Flight website for more details on Air Hauler 2.
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Piper’s PA-28 Arrow III is part of the the iconic Cherokee family, battling the GA sky’s against its rival Cessnas 172. When I heard the team at Just Flight were working on the Ferrari of Cherokee’s, with it’s 200 hp fuel injected Lycoming engine humming at a maximum cruise speed 146 ktas over a range of 697 nm up to 15,000 feet, I couldn’t wait to trade up to something a little more sporty. I still held my reservations though, was this just another GA aircraft that will hold my attention for one or two flights? Or have the team at Just Flight done enough to make a permanent spot in my virtual hangar?
Welcome to the FSElite Developer Month. Our theme this year is about delivering for the community and part of that is delivering great content to you all. As part of our commitment to you all, we’re pleased to announced Developer Month – a month themed solely around celebrating our great development community. Over the course of March, you’ll be treated to some behind the scene looks at some of our favourite developers, stories from the FSElite team, exclusive interviews and more.
I have been a flight simulation enthusiast since the days of Flight Simulator 3.0 back in 1988. As a lot of you, I have seen the community grow and the sim’s evolve over the years. I lived and breathed all things flight sim until in 2007 when I quit. I completely lost my passion for anything flight sim related. FSX had released the year prior in 2006, However I just got sick of thinking what’s the next flight going to be? I lost all direction and purpose with respect to flight sim.