ORBX is, without a doubt, one of the most — if not THE MOST — famous and trusted scenery developer in the sim market. With products for FSX, P3D, X-Plane and Aerofly FS2, they are everywhere. We managed to steal its CEO, John Venema, some time from his busy schedule and answer some of our […]
One of the cool features that X-Plane 11 brought was the ability to visualize some of our hardware in order to configure it easier. A future X-Plane update will bring native visual support for the Pro Flight Trainer Puma, which is a much welcome addition. And it shows a surprise feature: toe brakes.
ORBX has released a new GA airfield (Manchester City Airport and Barton Aerodrome) that winks at helicopter lovers as well, since it contains an heliport. Our British friends have yet another amazing place to fly around in X-Plane.
The prestigious developer of high-quality helicopters for X-Plane surprised us with the announcement of the developmeng of the Cabri G2 and has shown us their progress on this model, the MD-500 and the update for the AS350.
MP Design Studios, one of the main helicopter developers for FSX and P3D have announced they are working on the Lama for FSX/P3D. But they are also hinting they are working on porting some of their products to X-Plane.
Welcome to North-western Montana’s Glacier country. Towering vistas and sweeping plains surround a humble out of the way international airport. Nestled in the Rocky Mountains in Northwest Montana, Turbulent Designs has brought Glacier Park (KPGI) to life in Prepar3D.