Flight Simulation

Key.Aero is home to PC Pilot, the world’s favourite flight simulation magazine which brings sense and expert opinion to the exciting and often daunting world of flight simulation. Contributors include many real-world pilots and aviation professionals to ensure what you read is as real as it gets. Articles cater for those interested in both civilian and military aircraft and include news on the latest standalone and add-on software products, news and reviews of flight sim hardware, tutorials, features and interviews.

Cityscape Honolulu for Prepar3D version 4

Richard Benedikz

Orbx has released Cityscape Honolulu for Prepar3D version 4.

Richard Benedikz
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MilViz’s PC-6 Porter

Richard Benedikz

The flying Swiss Army knife.

Richard Benedikz
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Big Tire Productions’ Carbon Cub EX

Chris Frishmuth

Cub on steroids.

Chris Frishmuth

X-Plane 11.40 Public Beta released

Richard Benedikz

NEWS Laminar Research (LR) has announced that X-Plane...

Richard Benedikz

VFR Real Scenery NexGen 3D – Vol. 4: Scotland Out Now

Richard Benedikz

Just Flight has released VFR Real Scenery NexGen 3D – Vol. 4: Scotland Out Now.

Richard Benedikz

FSDG LITE – Enfidha Out Now

Richard Benedikz

Flight Sim Development Group (FSDG) has released the ‘LITE’ version of Enfidha-Hammamet International Airport (DTNH) in Tunisia.

Richard Benedikz

ERJ Family Upgraded

Richard Benedikz

X-Crafts has announced version 1.14 of the ERJ Family for X-Plane is now available.

Richard Benedikz

Fokker 50 touches down in X-Plane

Richard Benedikz

Carenado has announced the F50 for X-Plane 11 is now available.

Richard Benedikz

Falcon 50 touches down in X-Plane

Richard Benedikz

Carenado has announced that the FA50 Ex for X-Plane 11 has been...

Richard Benedikz
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Microsoft Flight Simulator

Derek Davis and Richard Benedikz

Microsoft surprised everyone within the flight simulation industry at this year’s E3 event with the announcement that it was working on the next generation of its longest-running software franchise - Microsoft Flight Simulator - to be released in 2020.

Derek Davis and Richard Benedikz