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JetStream Designs Announce Paris Orly


JetStream Designs has announced that they will be developing Paris Orly; Paris’ second largest airport and a popular destination for low cost carriers such as Transavia France and Corsair as well as carriers such as Air France and British Airways. This comes as a very welcome and exciting development knowing the excellent quality which comes from JetStream Designs in all their sceneries. From the shots already showed off, the scenery looks to be taking shape and is looking very impressive.

Paris Orly was last developed in 2010 by Aerosoft. After eight years their scenery is no longer compatible with the latest instalments of P3D and is showing its age which makes this news even better. Even better is that this scenery is set to be released in 2018 meaning that we will soon all be able to fly into the large French hub once again.

Thanks to Thomas for sending us some high res shots of the scenery for you guys to enjoy. To get a sense of their quality why not check out our reviews on their Nantes scenery?


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Jetstream Designs Release Nantes Atlantique for FSX

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Jetstream designs have released their Nantes Atlantique, ICAO: LFRS, scenery for FSX. Originally released for P3D v3 and v4, Jetstream has made this scenery available for FSX as well. It is available at Simmarket for a price of 18 Euros and it should be noted that if you purchased the P3D version, you are entitled to a free upgrade. Features
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JetStream Designs Nantes Atlantique Released

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JetStream Designs have released their rendition of the medium sized airport serving the French region of Nantes, Nantes Atlantique Airport (LFRS). The airport is very popular with European budget airliners and a few big ones too. A few airlines even made it one of their hubs. The scenery is available for Prepar3d v3 and v4, and both versions have been
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New Previews of JetStream Design’s Nantes

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JetStream Designs have just posted some new shots of their upcoming Nantes scenery over on their Facebook page which show off the terminal building and the car park. These shots are showing good progress on the scenery, with JetStream Designs aiming to release the scenery before the end of 2017. They made sure to mention that although the level of detail
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‘Updated for Prepar3d V4’

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A lot of stuff this week was released with compatibility for P3DV4. And there was almost just as much news from developers announcing their plans or giving us an update about their support for the updated platform. Instead of making a whole bunch of different posts, we’ve decided to collect everything that has been updated for Prepar3d V4 this week into one post. And there’s a lot.


Over on their forums REX gave us an update into their product status for P3DV4. WorldWide Airports HD, Texture Direct, Texture Direct w/Soft Clouds and REX Soft Clouds will shortly receive a hot fix to be compatible. Release is estimated for this month.

Weather Architect, Essentials Plus and Essentials Plus Overdrive will require a major service pack to be compatible. The release time is yet to be determined.


ImagineSim announced over on Facebook that all their sceneries are now compatible with P3DV4. People that have previously purchased any product for P3DV3 will receive a free update. ImagineSim compatible sceneries are: KATL, KLGA, ZSPD, KAUS, VIDP, KSJC and KCLT.

Jetstream Designs

These guys took the time to give a really nice update to some of their previous sceneries. Both updated with P3DV4 support are Marseille and Little Rock. The latter has also been updated with volumetric light halos. But that’s not all, because both sceneries got a nice overhaul and are now featuring brand-new, completely updated SODE jetways. You can find some screenshots of the updated sceneries below.

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Drzewiecki Design

UUEE Moscow Sheremetyevo, EPWA Warsaw and EETN Tallinn have all received an update to be compatible with P3DV4.


Miami V3 is now compatible.


MILVIZ will be updating the majority of their aircraft. This includes aircraft that has previously been released for P3DV4, with a few exceptions. MILVIZ have stated they will issue a $5 upgrade fee. Every upgrade will come with MILVIZ new MVAMS tool which is used for framework features and includes the capability of updating their products in the future.

Global AI Ship Traffic

This freeware add-on loved by so many also got an update to P3DV4. The add-on has been split up in several separate parts which you can install almost independently (some files are required). There are a lot of new models (the total amount is now 179) and routes added that cover the entire globe.

Airports of Norway

AoN, my personal favourite, got updated as well. This (freeware) package will continue to receive updates to fix issues with airports as they are being found.

Aerosoft Oslo Gardermoen

A big update coming from Aerosoft. ENGM Oslo has been updated for P3DV4 and a lot of new features have been added. The full list can be found over here. Notable though is definitely the added support for SODE for animated jetways, passengers and de-ice service. Another very notable feature is added support for Prepar3d volumetric lighting for flood lights and the headlights from de-ice trucks.

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BlackBox Simulation

Last but not least on our list is BlackBox. These guys have updated both their Aviation Bulldog & Cessna L19 aircraft for P3DV4 for free.

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Jetstream Designs Nantes Previews

Jetstream Designs have shown off their upoming Nantes scenery over on their Facebook page. These shots are showing off some of the excellent work being done to the terminal building. Following on from Jetstream Desgins' excellent Milan Linate. This scenery seems to be no exception to the high standard that we have become accustomed to with Jetstream designs and I
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Jetstream Designs Milano Linate: The FSElite Review

On 7 km from the city of Milan lies an airport officially named Airport Enrico Forlanini, more commonly known as Milano Linate (LIML). Developer Jetstream Designs have recently released their rendition of this relatively small airport. So let’s take a look at it with this FSElite review. Milano Linate was build around the 1930s when the then main airport, Taliedo
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