Articles from the latest issue in digital format
Thranda Design is no stranger to X-Plane pilots and has been involved in many high-quality products under its own brand as well as in cooperation with other publishers. This time we review their Cessna C208 Caravan DGS series for X-Plane 11.
X-Aviation is a well-known publisher of high-quality X-Plane add-ons and has released what it claims is the most complex, sophisticated simulation of any aircraft made for any flight simulator to date – the Hot Start Take Command! Challenger 650 business jet. Can it really live up to this claim?
X-Plane's creator, Austin Meyer, discusses how he managed to create a high-fidelity F-4 Phantom in X-Plane 12 that is accurate enough to be used for actual F-4 flight instruction.
We review Update VIII: Australia for Microsoft Flight Simulator, featuring the Iberian Peninsula. It primarily covers Spain and Portugal, although it also includes a small area of Southern France, Andorra and Gibraltar.
We review LatinVFR's Madrid-Barajas Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The airport is the primary hub for Iberia and Air Europa, with more than 80 other scheduled airline and charter companies flying routes to destinations all over the globe.
Just Flight is no stranger to the British Aerospace 146, having previously released excellent renditions of this classic British airliner for Prepar3D and X-Plane. This time, we take a look at the latest rendition of the 146 for Microsoft Flight Simulator and see how it measures up.
To accompany our review of the groundbreaking DCS: AH-64D, we invited Eagle Dynamics’ Senior Producer, Matt Wagner along with Project Manager and Team Leader for World War Two projects, Sergey Gerasev, to give us an update on their current projects.