Wednesday, 16 January 2019
Tuesday, 15 January 2019
As an alternative to Air Hauler 2, and competing against the likes of FS Captain and FS Passengers, there comes a new kid on the block in the form of SimBitWorld's "A Pilot's Life".
In case you are ever stuck for something to do with your flight simulator, a mission, a career, a new route, or VFR bimble perhaps, then you can get your needed inspiration from these gems.
Here's a YouTube video posted by FS Elite which shines some light on this new utility.
That said, let's not forget about the flightsim job hunter daddy of them all, FS Economy, which for many has virtually become the only way to fly.
Monday, 14 January 2019
Fly jobs between bases, buy or lease aircraft and create your own virtual airline. Recruit pilots, build routes and look out for special humanitarian missions. Trade cargo commodities, open factories at your airports and buy parts - the possibilities really are endless!
Tuesday, 8 January 2019
Sunday, 6 January 2019
SimToolKit Pro appears to be an excellent flightsim specific toolkit available from X-Plane.Org, but fear not if you’re an avid ESP flyer as STKP connects to FSX, P3D, and XP 10/11, and it’s freeware too!
STKP’s list of features is incredible, and includes positioning for takeoff or landing training, moving map, weather customisation and weather engine, wind charts, flight reporting, AoA tracking, replay management, airport information, descent profile, and much, much more.
The following screenshots might help demystify what STKP is capable of, but for more information or to download the applet itself do head on over to X-Plane.Org here.
STKP is in Alpha development.
Wednesday, 2 January 2019
A great all-in-one freeware takeoff and landing performance calculator by the name of Airplane Toolbox by Apsoft can be found at X-Plane.Org. It works just fine as a stand-alone utility making it useful for all flight simulator platforms.
Once you find the executable contained within the “BIN” folder, you will need to perform a couple of tasks before you can get going.
Thursday, 27 December 2018
Eagle Rotorcraft Simulations have outdone everyone this Christmas by delivering not one, not two, and not three presents, but they came to the party with no less than four ZIP wrapped gifts for the sim community at large!
- Bell 429
- Bell 222
- Britten-Norman Trislander
- Boeing 737 Classic (300,400,500)