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Leading Edge Simulations and X-Aviation are happy to announce the release of the long awaited Saab 340A for X-Plane 10!
This aircraft features a study level simulation based on the real aircraft, custom programmed from the ground up! You can grab yours today at the Saab 340A product page on X-Aviation!
It's release week for the Saab 340A, and things are still going steady according to the developers!
A new video has been posted showcasing some of the features, variants, and liveries of this amazing aircraft, and you can watch it here!
Leading Edge Simulations and X-Aviation have announced the Saab 340A has entered into the beta testing phase!
As one of the most anticipated aircraft projects for X-Plane yet, this is great news towards a final release! You can read more about this in the topic here at X-Pilot.
X-Aviation has announced a sale for the newly updated Mitsubishi MU-2 Marquise!
Boasting all new systems programming, a 3D cockpit, and 64-bit support, this is a great opportunity to get your copy of the MU-2 at an excellent discount!
Grab yours today!
X-Aviation and Leading Edge Simulations have posted new previews of the upcoming Saab 340A! Along with the new previews, an announcement was made that Leen de Jager would be assisting in the development of liveries for this project.
You can see the latest previews here!
X-Aviation and X-Scenery are proud to announce the release of the 64-bit, version 1.5 Mitsubishi MU-2B-60!
This long awaited update includes many features, including an all-new cockpit design, a new plug-in for the systems simulation, and much more!
See screenshots of the new Mitsubishi MU-2B-60 on the product page at X-Aviation!
UPDATE: April 22nd a new beta release has been provided for download!
X-Plugins and X-Aviation are pleased to announce the release of a public beta copy of Gizmo for X-Plane 10.2+ 64-Bit!
This moves many products that utilize Gizmo towards full 64-Bit compatibility, and we encourage users to assist us in this public beta. More info on the beta, as well as downloads, are accessible in the Gizmo forums here at X-Pilot.
Additionally, incase you missed it in the past, Gizmo and SASL products have now been fully compatible since November. More on that can be found here.