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  1. Hi to all! While our Manchester Airport is at full steam towards completion, we already started slowly to work in one of the biggest US Airports: Chicago O’Hare Intl! Here are the first renders. Enjoy!
  2. Hello fellow flight Simmers! We are very excited to announce our new work collaborated with Latinwings about Valencia LEVC airport in Spain! Please take a look our progress on main building (Terminal) Ground and ANIMATED JETWAYS Hope you like it. Thanks from me and Icarus team
  3. Hello fellow flight Simmers! We are very excited to announce our new work collaborated with Latinwings about Valencia LEVC airport in Spain! Please take a look our progress on main building (Terminal) Ground and ANIMATED JETWAYS Hope you like it. Thanks from me and Icarus team
  4. Dear simmers! Its time to reveal our project "T" "CYTZ - Billy Bishop Toronto" W.I.P. Billy Bishop Toronto city airport is a small international airport and located on the Toronto Islands Canada. It was ranked Canada 9th Busiest airport! A pleasant scenic airport flight to! Enjoy the first under development preview in XP11! RAW Images
  5. Dear pilots, We are happy to announce that Icarus Simulations, in cooperation with the FSX/P3D developer, LatinWings, are at the final stages of development of the LEGY Garray Soria Airport in Spain. Here are some W-I-P shots. Enjoy!
  6. We are announcing today that our team is developing Manchester Airport (EGCC) in collaboration with Aerosoft. Here are the first renders. Enjoy!
  7. Legendary IDT DC-9

    Dear friends, Icarus Development Team is introducing our aircraft under development: Legendary IDT DC-9! "The DC-9 is one of the most legendary airliners ever built. It was designed for frequent and short flights, for millitary and civil opperations. Accommodating from 90 to 135 passengers, was the workhorse for many airlines worldwide". Some of the features of the aircraft: - Realistic flight model, accurate flight behaviour and systems according the original technical manuals - Plug-in driven systems - HD resolution realistic textures - Full operational 3D cockpit - Hundreds of animations - Many liveries The first release will be about the DC-9-30 variant, since it's the most widely used. There will be feature upgrades that will include more variations (like the -40, used mostly by SAS), plus the military version (known as C-9). Here are some first views of the aircraft: