Taking to Facebook, SimWorks Studio has shared their weekly development update with sim users, showcasing decent progress across all their current projects.
First up on the list of projects that the developer has shared progress updates on was their recreation of Maun Airport in Botswana. According to the post, all airport buildings have now been remodeled and the scenery should be ready for release sometime during March. Interestingly, SimWorks Studio have decided to recreate the airport while featuring the old terminal and forego the refurbishments recently done to the terminal.
Regarding the RV-10, SimWorks Studio are continuing to press development efforts, with the integration of the PMS GTN650 to come with the next product update, which, if everything goes well, should be released later this week. In addition, a bug reported by some users relating to heading changes and altitude increments is being looked into by the developer.
Now for the probably most exciting part of the weekly update: the Pilatus PC-12. Work on the 3D model has been completed and a showcase of the plane in the simulator is planned to take place in the next weekend. Additionally, the recently showcased EFIS and engine instruments have been integrated into the cockpit and their functionality has been expanded, this all while circuit breakers are dutifully recreated.
On a final note, the Airvan have been indefinetly postphoned due to SimWorks Studio not being happy with how the 3D model turned out and further changes having to be made. The plane will be showcased further as soon as meaningful progress has been made.
We will be back with you next week with another development update. In the meantime, feel free to check out the developers original Facebook post linked here.