Orbx Shares 2021 Roadmap: Landmarks, Airports and Aircraft Coming

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After not sharing a roadmap at the end of 2020 for the following year, Orbx has today shared a lengthy post detailing what the next few months will look like. Whilst there is the usual caveat that things may change, the team wanted to share what the global team is currently working on for Microsoft Flight Simulator, Prepar3D and X-Plane 11.

Landmark City Packs and Regions

First of all, it was confirmed there currently 12 new Landmarks City Packs in development for Microsoft Flight Simulator. In that list are locations throughout the world including New Zealand, South Africa, Ireland, Germany and India. These Landmarks packs will continue to add detailed buildings and points of interest to a range of key cities in the world enhancing the flying experience. The full list of packs in development is as follows:

  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • Cape Town, South Africa
  • Cairo, Egypt
  • Dubai, UAE
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • Frankfurt, Germany
  • Honolulu, Oahu, USA
  • Melbourne, Australia
  • Mumbai, India
  • Panama Canal and Panama City
  • Yokohama, Japan
  • ….and Cityscape Sydney for P3D!
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Indiafoxtecho Shares Roadmap, Announces New Aircraft

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Indiafoxtecho has brought to Facebook their Microsoft Flight Simulator vision and product roadmap for the upcoming months. The team starts by reminding the community that they have a team of contractors they helps them spread their work between projects. Indiafoxtecho emphasizes that all of the MSFS projects are not ports from their pre-existing FSX and P3D assets but are whole
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FlightFactor Details Future Roadmap

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In a forum post, Roman aka Ramzzess, co-founder of FlightFactor, shared with the community their insights for the future of FlightFactor. As the team considers that their 757, 767 and A350 are now stable and that their A320 will soon be out of Beta, the team now has room left to organize their future developments. Right now, the team
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UK2000 Roadmap

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UK2000 took to their Facebook Page recently and gave us some exciting news regarding their plans going forward. This includes the release of Glasgow 2020HD and many other projects predicted for the year. First off, UK2000 has confirmed that they are indeed developing the Isle of Man (EGNS) for FSX, P3D, and X-Plane11. The airport used to be known as
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Brief Roadmap Overview from FlyTampa

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Earlier today, FlyTampa allowed us to share the news that they are bringing Thessaloniki to X-Plane. Along with that news, the team at FlyTampa also shared with us a brief overview on what to expect from the team over the course of the next few months. As mentioned, the next release from FlyTampa will be Thessaloniki on X-Plane 11. That product is
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Aeroplane Heaven Shares 2019/20 Roadmap


Aeroplane Heaven, based in Australia, has come to the end of their financial year, and so, felt it was time to publish their roadmap for the remainder of the year and also a look into 2020. The comprehensive update covers some of the projects that are currently on-going, and their status, along with what aircraft they will be looking to develop in the future.

First and foremost, Aeroplane Heaven gave an update on when the community can expect some of the upcoming products. The Douglas C-47/DC-3 is due out next month in July, with the Socata MS893 also releasing imminently. Diving a little later into the year, the North American/Rockwell Sabreliner is looking to be an August release, with the Caravelle needing work done still – so expect that in September. Finally, it would appear the Piper Aztec will be one of the developer’s final aircraft releases for 2019.


Before moving onto future releases beyond that, Aeroplane Heaven gave a quick update on their staple product range; the Warbirds. Whilst developing them is a passion of theirs, they have seen a decline in sales of the aircraft type. There is still plans to release the Spitfires and Hurricane aircraft they have in development will still release, “it is not likely that [they] will develop many more warbirds […].” The team are working to try and also complete these aircraft during this year. However, the Hawker Harrier jump jet is coming from the team for Prepar3D V4.5+.

The Future

Moving forward, the team will be turning their attention to produce classic commercial aircraft as well as general aviation planes. Whilst the below list is not in any order, it gives an indication on what Aeroplane Heaven are diligently working on.

  • Hawker Siddeley HS 748 regional airliner
  • BAC 1-11 twin jet regional airliner
  • HS Trident triple jet regional airliner
  • DH 104 Comet jet airliner
  • Boeing 707 jet airliner
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FSimStudios Provides Update on Projects

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FSimStudios has provided an update on the status of the next update to Cancun, as well as a look at what the future holds for the team. Cancun v1.2 and the Free Expansion Pack are delayed until May due to a variety of reasons such as the developer's personal lives, new team members, as well as exams. The team's next
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FSDG 2019/2020 Project Roadmap Revealed

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The which the announcement was made on was started with the purpose to let other developers know that an airport, city or region is in development in the hope that there will be no conflicting add-ons released to market at the same time
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UK2000 Scenery 2019/20 Roadmap

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UK2000 Scenery has provided the community with an overview of their current workload for the upcoming year and beyond. Taking to Facebook, the team announced that they have plans for further FS2004 airports (despite their previous statement), building new technology for next year and also a range of airports which will continue to be ported to X-Plane 11. The first piece
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