Welcome to our weekly series: Flying Fridays! With so much content out there and choices for flying, it’s always fun to see what the community is up to in the virtual skies. That is why we want to see what you’re flying this weekend.
Where are you flying this weekend?
Tell us in the comment section where you’re flying this weekend. Give us screenshots, routings, and details.
We took a week off last week as the summer holidays wrapped up, but this week, many of the team will be back in the skies. With a bit more time on our hands, some of us are checking out some nice long-haul flights across the Atlantic. For me, more time is being spent just touring parts of Western Europe after the recent World Update for Microsoft Flight Simulator. It’s always fun to discover new countries in a bit more detail.
Maybe some of you are taking part in VATSIM events this week?
Win a Giftcard for Contrail
Tell us in the comments where you are flying this weekend. We’ll then take a random person who comments and give them a free 10 Euro gift card to spend at Contrail. We’ll close the comments on Sunday afternoon and then pick a winner on Monday morning.
That’s right, this week, we have upped the amount you could win!
Cool Recent Releases or News this Week
Loads of news came about this week, plus some neat releases. Here’s what you guys have been reading:
- REX Announces a new AccuSeason, which will be a free update
- iniBuilds showcases a range of new previews for their A300
- FSReborn does a detailed overview of their M500 on stream with TwoToneMurphy
- Navigraph continues to update their product suite with cool features
- BlueBird officially delayed their 757 until 2024
- VATSIM Cross the Land – slots now open
Yes, we did a review. It’s been hard to find the time lately, but Spencer put together an in-depth review of Drzewiecki Design’s Paine Field. Watch it down below.
Did you Know?
Developer FS ACADEMY will be releasing a new training tool for Microsoft Flight Simulator soon called COMMANDER. You can also buy other FS ACADMEY products from Contrail, and also COMMANDER when it has been released.