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    • Cameron
      ADSimulations, known for their CRJ-700, has published their CRJ-900. The CRJ-900 is an extended variant of the CRJ series. The aircraft features "basic systems" but will contain "deeper systems" in subsequent updates. 
      The feature list includes:
      Realistic Mode Control Panel Crisp Displays  Accurate PFD MFD is fully functional, with all of its modes containing decent functionality Tablet/EFB Skunkcraft Updater Configurable cabin and cockpit lighting environment FMOD sounds Realistic flight model High-resolution textures A plethora of liveries including American, Delta, Scandinavian and more. VR compatibility. and more! If you're interested in purchasing the ADSimulations CRJ-900, you can do so on the X-Plane.org store for $49.95. 
      CRJ-700 customers can get the CRJ-900 for 30% off. Please find the discount coupon in the original CRJ-700 invoice at the store.

    • Cameron
      Verticalsim has released Ontario International Airport (KONT). The scenery features PBR textures, HDR lighting, and custom ground traffic.
      According to the product’s store page, Verticalism’s rendition of Ontario Airport will be based on the latest layout of the airport, including the recently added Fedex ramp. The scenery will feature SAM jetways, highly detailed models, custom lighting, and “usage of LOD’s for optimization”. For a complete list of features, check out the developer’s website.

    • Cameron
      ADSimulations has announced their next project will be the popular CRJ-900 Regional Jet. This will be their second aircraft, which evolves from their initial CRJ-700 release. They state the CRJ-900 will be released within weeks, and "after release, we will be updating both 700 and 900 packages and adding new stuff to both."
      More info can be found here.

    • Cameron
      Rotate has released a new update for their recently-released McDonnell Douglas MD-11. The update pertains to a few significant issues that users were experiencing after the product's initial release, mainly relating to LNAV and ILS bugs. They've also provided a list of issues the team plans on addressing shortly to complement this update.
      The changelist is as follows:
      Loss of speed during cruise, thrust has been adjusted to represent max weights and altitudes. LNAV flight path abandonment and erroneous waypoint/segment sequencing (some aspects of this issue are still being worked on). LNAV winding flight path and roll PID mistuning (some aspects of this issue are still being worked on). HDG guidance error when heading change crosses 360 degrees. Brakes and tiller not operating with hardware controllers (see chapter r12 in the Rotate MD11 Introduction and Product information.pdf) ILS CDI froze in ND. ILS courses are shown as true instead of magnetic on the NAV RAD page. Fixed Artificial Horizon issues.  
      You can find the MD-11 product page at X-Plane.org.

    • Cameron
      One of the most anticipated airport environment add-on's has been released. Stairpor & MisterX have released GroundService plugin.
      The plugin enhances the various aspects of airport life that has often been neglected in X-Plane 11 for quite some time. While other development teams have included basic ground services in their plugins, this release brings the whole world of ground services to light. With cleaning trucks, to passenger stairs for smaller airports, this plugin provides it all, with high accessibility for users through the SAM3 plugin.

    • Cameron
      Rotate has released their long awaited MD-11 after five years of development!
      The team has also announced a passenger variant will be available as an extra purchase, with the current base package priced at $83.95.
      The feature list is quite long, so head on over to the product page to check out more screenshots and see the features.

    • Cameron
      CowanSim has released the Bell 206L3. Purchasers will get a free update to X-Plane 12 according to the product page.
      The feature list for their 206L3 is as follows:
      Tested by real pilots Hardware throttle config Working floats configuration Low and High Ski Versions Head Force and Shake Dynamic Weight Options Functional spotlight and spray kit Functional Cineflex Camera 2k and 4k textures FMOD Rain Effects Vulkan compatibility AviTab, and RXP GTN750 integration Detailed night lighting Head on over to the product page to see more screenshots or to purchase.

    • Cameron
      Aerobask has released their DA50 RG. You can find it on the X-Plane.org store with a retail price of $39.95 USD.
      The full feature list is as follows:
      Aerobask quality 3D model
      Fully functional virtual 3D cockpit, with smooth and VR-friendly manipulators. High quality 3D model with high resolution PBR textures (4K). Accurate flight model
      Flight model by X-Aerodynamics Enhanced Laminar G1000
      --> Synthetic Vision technology by OscarPilote superb! Fully Integrated Laminar Garmin G1000 with custom EIS and annunciations Touch screen features for easy handling Systems
      Customized FADEC/ECU with test procedure. Simulated oxygen system. Simulated ice protection system. MD302: custom coded Standby Attitude Module. Fully functional breakers (configurable reliability). Other
      Smooth wingflex Windshield effects: reflections. Rain and frost only available with X-Plane 12 aircraft version. Visual icing effect on the wings. Many parameters saved between flights. Configurable pilots (male or female), passengers and luggage. Skunkcraft Updater High quality sounds
      Full FMOD environment by Daniela Rodriguez Careri Accurate doppler, distance attenuation and flyby effects. In-game volume control without pausing the sim Liveries
      8 beautiful 4K liveries out of the box White (for painters) and additional liveries available through the Aerobask website  

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