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 […]
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.
Craig Tomkins, one of our readers and a Facebook Group member, has released his Vanguard heliport scenery for P3D (and, soon, for X-Plane as well). This scenery comes with a twist, though, and it will help a great organization: London’s Air Ambulance.
Lockheed Martin is one of the biggest players in the market — a behemoth when compared with companies in the consumer simming market. We have had the chance to talk with Adam Breed, Engineering Project Manager of Prepar3D. The right man for us to know a bit more about P3D, helicopters and the future.
If you are looking for a way to spice up your heli operations in London, you’ll be happy to know that there’s currently a project being worked on that will bring 3 new heliports for FSX, P3D and X-Plane.
Nemeth Designs is back with a new helicopter. It’s not exactly a new model on the market (we have seen a lot of them out there for several sims — including FSX and P3D — but it’s an interesting one nonetheless. Jeff reviews the Nemeth Designs Bell 407.