Flight Simulation Product Previews

VSKYLABS Robinson R66 Expected to Release This Week

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VSKYLABS posted on their Facebook that the Robinson R66 project for X-Plane 11 is expected to be releasing this week if all goes according to plan.

Included in the update is a preview of one of the features that this product. That is a 3D hand that is able to hold the VSL for the R66. They say that this is “very handy” in 2D and in VR, and that there is a good chance this feature will be included in V1.0 of the product.

The R66 first flew in 2007, and has since had over 760 units built and delivered. It is the slightly larger, faster, and smoother version of the R44. The R66 is designed to be a light utility and trainer helicopter, but is also used by the Nigerian Air Force.

Once more is posted on this project, we will be sure to update. Also keep a look on VSKYLABS feeds.

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Stairport Sceneries Previews Chania (LGSA) for X-Plane

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Developer Stairport, best known for their Scenery Animation Manager, has released further previews of their latest scenery project, Chania Daskalogiannis airport (LGSA) for X-Plane. Chania airport is located on the Greek island of Crete, approximately 14 kilometres Northeast of the city of Chania. The airport handles over 2.9 million passengers a year across 20,000 aircraft movements making it the 6th busiest airport
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Just Flight 747 Classic and Bae 146 Previews

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Just Flight has been showing off some more previews of some of their upcoming planes. In two preview posts, the team has been showing off the progress on the British Aerospace 146, and the Boeing 747 classic.

The previews of the BAe show off previews of nearly every aspect of the plane. From the wings, engines, and the gear to the cockpit, flaps and the iconic air brake on the tail section. The plane appears to be shaping up nicely, but still has some way to go.

As for the Boeing 747 classic, it seems to have progressed rather nicely since the last time we saw it as well. The previews are specifically focussed on close-up and details, such as the doors, interior design, the landing gear and the cockpit. The previews also show off some of the wear and tear on this plane, especially in the cockpit.

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Orbx Teases Leeds Bradford (EGNM) for P3D

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Orbx Iain Emms has shared on the Orbx Forums a series of screenshots of the upcoming Leeds Bradford (EGNM) airport for P3D. The scenery had previously been released in September 2019 for X-Plane 11. Not much details have been shared regarding the P3D port of the scenery, however the scenery will feature the usual high standards of Orbx such as
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Pilot Plus London Wycombe Previews (Orbx Partnership)

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Pilot Plus announced that they have partnered with Orbx to publish future scenery products through their store. Continuing on from that announcement, Pilot Plus, in conjunction with Orbx,  have shared some new previews and details for the upcoming London Wycombe Air Park. As previously mentioned London Wycombe Air Park is located in the Buckinghamshire countryside surrounded by plenty of green countryside
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WF Scenery Studio Teases New Nanjing Lukou Screenshots

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Scenery developer WF Scenery Studio has previewed more shots of their upcoming Nanjing Lukou (ZSNJ) airport for Prepar3D. The scenery was announced about a month ago, and is expected to be completed soon. It is located in eastern China, and is ranked the 12th largest airport in China. It serves as a hub for China Postal Airlines, and as a
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MK-Studios Teases Three New Keflavik Previews

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Whilst many are anticipating release of MK-Studios' Keflavik, we are left with just a few more teases of the airport. The previews come from beta testers who are working on ensuring the airport is ready for a release. The previews don't really add much to the feature set we revealed a few weeks ago, but it's nice to see the
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