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QualityWings Simulations Brief Status Update

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A very brief update from QualityWings Simulations was released today. After revealing the new features that would be making their way into the update for the 787, the team confirmed that development is almost complete and internal beta testing will start this weekend. The update for the Ultimate 787 Collection will include updated PBR textures, new features and some additional fixes based on community feedback.

Further to that update, they also announced that most roadblocks for their Ultimate 757 Collection has been resolved and testing will also begin soon.

In other 757-related news, Captain Sim released their Freighter expansion pack for $49.99 yesterday.

 
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QualityWings Ultimate 146 Updated to v1.5

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Over on their Facebook page, QualityWings Simulations has announced that they've pushed out a v1.5 update for their Ultimate 146 for FSX and Prepar3D v4. This update comes in response to a string of bugs, issues and inaccuracies reported on the QualityWings Simulations forum by customers. Version 1.5 brings along crash to desktop fixes, improved aircraft behaviour to bring it
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QualityWings Simulations – January 2019 Update (787 PBR)

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The team at QualityWings Simulations has taken to Facebook to share their first development update of 2019. The post spoke about plans for the Ulitmate 146 collection, development on the Ultimate 757 for P3DV4 and also what the future holds for their flagship Ultimate 787 product. Ultimate 146 The release of the Ultimate 146 in Prepar3D V4 saw some positive feedback
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QualityWings Simulations Release The Ultimate 146 Collection For P3D V4

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In a recent Facebook post by the team, QualityWings Simulations announced the release of their highly-anticipated British Aerospace 146 family product for Prepar3d v4. The product brings the FS9/FSX era product into 64-bit; no new features come with this product, however. The British Aerospace BAe 146 is a family of 4-engine, short-field capable jets, which have seen use all over the
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QualityWings Simulations’ BAe146 In Beta for P3Dv4

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QualityWings Simulations announced that their beloved BAe146 was due to come to Prepar3D V4 back in January 2018. Since then, it’s been pretty quiet with very little information from the team. However today, in a short post on Facebook, the team confirmed that “an old friend” is now undergoing testing for a new platform. That platform is of course P3Dv4.

How long the product will need testing for before a release is unknown, but we’ll be keep an eye on it for any further details in the future. No news was mentioned on the 757 from QualityWings which is also coming to P3Dv4.

You can follow QualityWings Simulations via Facebook to stay up to date.

 
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QualityWings 787 Version 1.1.2 Released

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The long awaited update for the QualityWings 787 has been released. The team at QualityWings and the beta testers have been very hard at work for the past few months updating and testing version 1.1.2 of their immensely popular Ultimate Boeing 787. The developers have improved and reworked several features that the community said needed work and QW delivered. The
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QualityWings Ultimate 787 1.1.2 Update Due September

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It's been a few months since we last heard about the Ultimate 787 from QualityWings Simulations. However, today they've come out of that silence and posted a new image on their Facebook. The teaser image shows us two important things: Wind data looks to have been added The update, 1.1.2, is due out in September 2018. We already know that
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New Teaser Trailer for the QualityWings Simulation 787-10

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Now that the QualityWings Simulation 787-8 and 787-9 are now firmly in the hardrives of people who own Prepar3D, the team are now turning their attention to developing the 787-10. As promised a few months ago, the -10 of the Dreamliner will be added free of charge for customers who already own the current package. In the mean time, a short
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