Carenado Release the C340 II for X-Plane 11

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Known to release aircraft at a speedy rate, Carenado are back with yet another release. The Cessna C340 II, a business twin piston engine aircraft, is capable of travelling medium distances and reach a maximum altitude of 29,000ft. It’s relatively popular with over 1,300 built since it was introduced back in the 1970s.

Carenado has taken on the task of bringing it to X-Plane and brought with it a wealth of features for the community. They have designed the aircraft to take advantage of the X-Plane engine including PBR on the material surfaces, ground handling and flight handling based on the X-Plane 11 standards and high frame rates.

The aircraft comes complete with 4HD liveries, normal and emergencey procedure manuals and detailed PDF documents highlighting the fuel systems and a quick reference table.

You can buy it now from Carenado for $32.95.

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Captain Sim Release the 757-2RR for FSX/P3Dv3

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Captain Sim released the 757-2RR for P3Dv4 very recently, and those users who own the FSX/P3Dv3 base-pack will be pleased to hear that they now download the expansion. As previously stated in the P3Dv4 version, the 757-2RR expansion pack comes with 6 model types, including a variety of door options. Here's the full list. 757-200 with RB211-535C engines, 4-doors 757-200
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Aeroplane Heaven Hurricane Mk1A Previews

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The team at Aeroplane Heaven continue to develop aircraft from history. Their latest previews continue that trend and this time, they’ve previewed some more modelling of the Hurricane Mk1A. This is a new aircraft in development from the team.

The aircraft itself is covered in history. The 1930s aircraft had a huge role in the Battle of Britain in the 1940s. Despite pressure from other aircraft makers Hawker Aircraft (the aircraft manufacture) pushed on ahead and created a refined aircraft that dominated during the war.  It was thanks to various innovations such as retractable landing gear and a more powerful engine that led it to being successful. Since then over 14,000 have been built and produced.

If the Hurricane MK1a is like any of their previous work,we’ll be in for a treat.

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Captain Sim 757 Captain III 757-2RR Expansion Released

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Moments ago, Captain Sim released the 757-2RR expansion pack for their 757 Captain III product. The expansion pack contains the popular Rolls Royce engine type for the aircraft. As this expansion pack contains a new engine type, users can also expect engine performance, flight modelling and other smaller details to reflect the real-world counter part. This includes all RR variants
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Few Previews of the Aerosoft A321 Professional

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With the release of the A318/319 Professional from Aerosoft, attention has started to turn to others in the family. This includes the longest variety of the aircraft type: the A321. Modeller Stefan released a few new previews of the A321 Professional on the Aerosoft forums, which showcase the new satdome. In regards to release dates for the A320/321 Professional package,
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Carenado Release New S360 Previews

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Carenado has posted a couple of screenshots over on their Facebook page of their upcoming S360. If they follow the pattern of their recent releases, the textures on this new aircraft will be 4K giving you a great deal of immersion both inside and out of the aircraft. This product will include at least four outstanding liveries. It’s clear that
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Captain Sim 757 Updated to 1.20

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Captain Sim has updated their popular 757 Captain III to version 1.2. Whilst there's still no news on the awaited RR engine variant, 757-300 or 757F, the changes and fixes the update contains are a improvement regardless. You can download the update from your profile on the Captain Sim website. Changelog Fixes: Pause at TOD OFF changes activation. INTC CRS waypoint
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