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Radar Contact Turns to Freeware

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Radar Contact started twenty-one years ago as when a flight simulation enthusiast met with an Atlanta Air Traffic Controller and created a company called JDTLLC. This company later created Radar Contact.

Recently the team at JDTLLC gave notice on AVSIM here that they have decided to step away from the business of supporting it. They have decided to go the same route as RealAir, for which they will give away their latest version of Radar Contact for free and a tool to generate keys for free as well. The Radar Contact application can be downloaded here and the key generator can be downloaded here.

As of January 1st, their website, email, storage partners, and e-commerce partners have no longer been maintained. Radar Contact will still have support on AVSIM. You still can contact the developers, John and Doug at [email protected]

For those who have bought Radar Contact in the past three months, you will have been refunded.

 
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Nick Lane

The author Nick Lane

Nick has spent the last decade simming in Seattle, where he lives with his family. He created the YouTube channel Flyboy31 to show off his mad love for flight simulation. When he’s not flying a sim, or posting about flying a sim or planning the next flight he’s going to sim, Nick can often be found glued to his YouTube app watching other people fly a sim…or posting about flying a sim. Nick’s passion for flight extends beyond the screen, however. He is currently working towards earning his own pilot’s license because it’s always sunny at 36,000 feet. | View My Specs