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Keflavik Prepar3D

Richard Benedikz

MK-Studios has announced Keflavik for Prepar3D version 4 is now available.

Richard Benedikz

New Turkish Destination for X-Plane

Richard Benedikz

JustSim has announced Gazipaşa-Alanya Airport for X-Plane-11 is out.

Richard Benedikz

Prepar3D Touches Down in Islamabad

Richard Benedikz

The latest destination avaialble on simMarket is Islamabad International Airport for Prepar3D version 4.

Richard Benedikz

Paris-Ile de France for Aerofly FS 2

Richard Benedikz

VFR France has released its first Aerofly FS 2 add-on - Paris-Ile de France VFR.

Richard Benedikz

SR22 Takes Flight in X-Plane

Richard Benedikz

Chilean developer, Carenado has annouced the SR22 GTSX Turbo for X-Plane 11 is out now.

Richard Benedikz

Dundee For Prepar3D Out Now

Richard Benedikz

Orbx has released EGPN Dundee Airport for Prepar3D version 4.

Richard Benedikz

Kraków for X-Plane

Richard Benedikz

Drzewiecki Design has released EPKK Kraków XP for X-Plane 11.

Richard Benedikz

Kiruna - Next Generation Released

Richard Benedikz

Aerosoft has announced the Kiruna is now available as a download for Prepar3D version 4.

Richard Benedikz

Introducing Scandinavian Mountains Airport

Richard Benedikz

Orbx has revealed the next Swedish destination is Scandinavian Mountains Airport (ESKS) for Prepar3D version 4.

Richard Benedikz

F28 Fellowship PBR Preview

Richard Benedikz

Just Flight has released new screenshots of its upcoming Fokker F28 Fellowship showcasing early PBR effects.

Richard Benedikz