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Aeropolane Heaven Previews Mk1A Spitfire for MSFS

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Developer Aeroplane Heaven has shared more previews of its latest project, the Mk1A Spitfire for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The Supermarine Spitfire is a British made fighter aircraft that was used by the Allies in World War 2. Between 1938 and 1948 over 20,000 of the aircraft were produced and put into service for the Royal Air Force, Royal Canadian Air Force, Free French Air Force, and the United States Army Air Force.

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Aeroplane Heaven Releases their Zlín Z50LS for P3D

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Aeroplane Heaven has released as a Christmas treat their Zlín Z50LS aerobatics aircraft. The Zlín had been announced last July as being in early development. The Aeroplane Heaven Zlín ZL50LS features a highly accurate 3D model, with the engine fully modeled and accessible through animated maintenance panels. The model features PBR materials, which is particularly put forth in the various
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Aeroplane Heaven Releases Tecnam P2010 for P3D

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The Tecnam P2010, developed by Aeroplane Heaven, is released for Prepar3d versions 4.4+. The release of the aircraft was broadcasted through their Facebook page. It might look like a Cessna 172 Skyhawk, but if you look closer you will notice a shiny and sleek designed aircraft, not to mention the performance that it packs with it. It's the Tecnam P2010
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Aeroplane Heaven Announces Zlin Z50LS Aerobatic for P3D

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Aircraft developer Aeroplane Heaven has announced that they are bringing the Zlin Z50LS Aerobatic to Prepar3D v4 and v5. The development team posted some new "early development" renders of the project in progress and shared them on Facebook. The renders are of the cockpit and highlight the modelling and texture work of the product. Described as a plane not for the faint-hearted,
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Flightbeam, Aeroplane Heaven and More Confirm Microsoft Flight Simulator Development

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Alongside the likes of Orbx, Gaya Simulations and others, new developers have today confirmed that they are working on products for the new Microsoft Flight Simulator.

First up is Flightbeam Studios, who is also celebrating their 10th birthday. 10 years ago, Flightbeam began creating San Francisco (Legacy), but today they are confirming they are officially developing for the new Microsoft simulator. In the Facebook post, they said the development has been “in full swing for some time” and added that they “belive this is the next-generation platform and will be for the foreseeable future.” Some highly encouraging words there from one of the leading scenery developers.

A partner of Flightbeam, iBlueYonder, announced that they too will be developing for the new simulator. The announcement, made a few days ago, was kept short and sweet but again another developer to add to the growing list of confirmed devs supporting the platform.

Finally, aircraft developer Aeroplane Heaven also has commented on the new simulator. Whilst they are unable to talk about which products, aircraft and anything else related, they wanted to let the community know they too are excited to be developing for the platform and the “amazing new world.”

In an email seen by FSElite, it has also been confirmed that developers are now able to confirm that they are working on projects, just that they are unable to show anything off at this time. However, their NDA remains in effect other than detailing what is already in the public domain. With that in mind, we should see other developers confirm their plans. Very soon, we’ll round up all the details into a single place.

Developers seem excited for the new platform and we are excited to see what they have to bring to the table. Stay tuned to FSElite for more information.

Have you seen the confirmed aircraft list or even the confirmed hand-crafted airport list?

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Aeroplane Heaven Douglas DC-3: The FSElite Review

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Is there any aircraft more versatile and iconic than the DC-3? Popular among pilots, passengers and airline executives, the DC-3 "Dakota" never left anyone down.. During World War II, the C-47, the military variant, became the workhorse of all allied operations involving paradrops. Therefore, any DC-3/C-47 add-on for flight simulation is certain to be heavily scrutinized. There is tons of
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Aeroplane Heaven Previews North American Sabreliner

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Aeroplane Heaven has posted on their Facebook page an extended set of preview shots of their upcoming Rockwell Sabreliner. The aircraft is scheduled for Prepar3D V4.5 and V5 only. Aeroplane Heaven will be developing the stretched Sabreliner 60 and 65 as well as the T-39 military variant. The aircraft will feature PBR modeling, HD textures, detailed cabin and cockpit modeling.
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Aeroplane Heaven Concorde Cockpit Renders

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Aeroplane Heaven announced that they were on their way to create a brand new Concorde for Prepar3D and Microsoft Flight Simulator just recently by showcasing a few external renders. Now the team has shown off all-new renders from within the cockpit. The new renders show off the cockpit from within Concorde at a range of angles. We can see here
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Aeroplane Heaven Previews Sabreliner Renders

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Developer Aeroplane Heaven has shared a range of previews for their Sabreliner product. The new aircraft from the team will benefit from using the new Prepar3D v5 SKD which will streamline some of the development process going forward. Whilst the new SDK is bein used, compatibility with version 4.5 should pose no major issues. The renders themselves are various components
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