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Oct 14 2016 07:33 AM | Article Viewed 678 Times
Review by Justin Cogo Introduction/About DH.98 Mosquito FB Mk VI Incoming! The De Havilland DH.98 was a British multi-role combat aircraft that served in many variants during and after the Second World War. A twin-engine, fast aircraft for its time period, it was also able to perform slow-flight which made it good for close-range targeting and short-field takeoffs and landings. It served roles like light bomber, fighter-bomber, night fighter, maritim...
Oct 14 2016 07:13 AM | Article Viewed 1117 Times
Review by Roger Curtiss Carenado has been producing general aviation aircraft models for a few years. Their product hangar is quite extensive and the company name is practically synonymous with ‘quality’ (or at least ‘quality textures). A recent offering is the Beechcraft 350i King Air for FSX and P3D. Do you like turboprops? If so, this aircraft is worth consideration, although it is not perfect. In summary, there are two good reasons to get this...
Aug 13 2016 08:11 AM | Article Viewed 2673 Times
Review by Will Reynolds Introduction In late July this year, a company called “VirtualFly” announced pre-orders of their Throttle range was ready to ship. On offer, we saw two products, the TQ3 and TQ6. The first with three levers, and the latter, obviously with 6. This represented a wave release from this developer, whose prior release “Yoko the Yoke” was met with very good reviews and feedback from the Simulator world. So I decided to...
Jul 16 2016 08:21 AM | Article Viewed 3371 Times
Review by Mike Cameron Introduction I have been looking for an enhancement to the default FSX/P3D air traffic control for a long time. First, even though the default pilot & ATC voices sounded nice, there were a limited amount of voices so you may have the same accent in the United States as well as in other parts of the world. More importantly, I stopped using the default ATC when flying an IFR flight plan because I got tired of what seemed like endless vectoring by ATC throug...
Jul 09 2016 08:31 AM | Article Viewed 1971 Times
Review by Mike Cameron Introduction The de Havilland 104 Dove and Devon package for FSX and P3D was developed by Aeroplane Heaven and distributed by Just Flight Software. The DH.104 Dove is a direct descendent of the famous ‘Wooden Wonder’, de Havilland’s Mosquito fighter/bomber, the Dove was developed by the same designer, R.E. Bishop, who also designed the DH Comet racer and the Comet jet airliner. The Dove was Britain’s first successful post-wa...
Jul 09 2016 08:09 AM | Article Viewed 1793 Times
Review by Mike Cameron Introduction The F4U-1 Birdcage aircraft package for FSX and P3D was developed by Aeroplane Heaven and is being distributed by Just Flight Software. The information for this introduction was gathered from the product page, documentation and the airvectors.net website. In 1938, the U.S. Navy Bureau of Aeronautics issued a request for proposals for a ship-borne fighter aircraft. Vaught-Sikorsky (later Chance Vaught) answered the call with a pro...
Jul 02 2016 09:03 PM | Article Viewed 1669 Times
Review by Marlon Carter LatinVFR Miami International Airport KMIA v3 Introduction If one were to compile a list of all of the most well-known airports in the U.S, it is without a doubt that Miami International may be at the top of the list. KMIA has a very rich history that stretches all the way back to 1920sand today it serves as a primary gateway to Latin America while also handling more European carriers than any other airport in the U.S. Within the context of Flight Simu...
Jul 02 2016 08:36 PM | Article Viewed 1356 Times
Review by Marlon Carter Introduction Aspen Pitkin County Airport is an airport that can either strike fear or excitement into the heart of any seasoned pilot. Located at 7,280ft, this airport gives the illusion that high altitude performance may be the only issue to consider when landing or departing. However, when we factor in the high terrain surrounding the airport and the unpredictable weather patterns, things can easily...