Charity Scenery Project released Wiltshire Air Ambulance Trust for X-Plane

Charity Scenery Project released Wiltshire Air Ambulance Trust for X-Plane

It’s time to give back once again, while enjoying some great helicopter-oriented scenery.
VSKYLABS shows sneak peek of the R22 for X-Plane

VSKYLABS shows sneak peek of the R22 for X-Plane

After the R66 and the R44, VSKYLABS is now working on the smaller model and today they have released a small teaser image.
Fix for FPS loss at Machu Picchu National Park for X-Plane

Fix for FPS loss at Machu Picchu National Park for X-Plane

Frank Dainese and Fabio Bellini released a patch for their latest scenery for X-Plane, which fixes the FPS problem in this scenery.
FGUK Released Westland Scout for FlightGear

FGUK Released Westland Scout for FlightGear

Version 1 of the helicopter is out and as, FGUK puts it, it’s a “refinement of the previous BETA version”.
HSF/Rotorsim freeware EC-135 for X-Plane is getting an update

HSF/Rotorsim freeware EC-135 for X-Plane is getting an update

The HSF/Rotorsim EC-135 quickly became one of the favorite freewares of the X-Plane rotorhead community. There is an update coming and they have backup.
Do your thing, Microsoft. Developers are paving the way.

Do your thing, Microsoft. Developers are paving the way.

As we wait for Microsoft Flight Simulator to bring us helicopters, some developers are already thinking ahead and getting their scenery packs ready for the rotor-wings to be supported by the sim.
Charity Scenery Project released Husband's Bosworth NPAS for X-Plane

Charity Scenery Project released Husband's Bosworth NPAS for X-Plane

The project that makes scenery for charity keeps going with a scenery by a new developer.
Would you like some hospitals with your Pennsylvania?

Would you like some hospitals with your Pennsylvania?

A massive project by a single developer aims to bring quite a list of hospitals to this state.
Machu Picchu National Park for X-Plane was released

Machu Picchu National Park for X-Plane was released

The most recent scenery by Frank Dainese and Fabio Bellini is now available.

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