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ORBX – USMV Monument Valley now released for X-Plane 11

We are delighted to welcome back to Orbx the Mountain Maestro himself, Frank Dainese, who produced the much-acclaimed Monument Valley, Devils Tower and Yosemite National Park sceneries ...

The new P-47D from Aeroplane Heaven is now on sale!

15 high quality authentic liveries from the USAAF, RAF and Brazilian Air Force Multiple innovative animations and an optional animated pilot Two flight models – an easy-to-use ...

Captain Sim releases 757 Captain III!

The first member of the family is the 757-2PW BASE PACK. It’s a highly detailed and accurate digital replica of the Boeing 757-200 with PW2037 and PW2040 engines. Fully functional ...

Boeing reportedly tells engine makers to make bids for a new 797 plane

 A major step towards the launch of a Boeing 797 has been taken after different engine makers were reportedly given until the end of Wednesday to detail how they would power the ...

Denver International Airport launches new emergency reporting app — Denver International Airport

Denver International Airport announced Wednesday the launch of “See Say Airport,” a new mobile app that enables DEN passengers and employees to directly report safety and ...

MORE THAN 1,100 ATTENDEES TAKE PART IN FIRST-EVER FLIGHTSIMEXPO EVENT IN LAS VEGAS

FlightSimExpo, North America’s community-driven flight simulation conference, brought attendees from 26 countries together in Las Vegas for a weekend of new product releases, engaging ...

The first Boeing 777 goes to museum

Hong Kong – The first Boeing “Triple Seven” WA001 goes to the museum after 24 years of service. The aircraft built in 1994 belonged to the passenger fleet of Cathay ...

AIRBUS MULLS A321XLR AHEAD OF BOEING’S 797 LAUNCH

LONDON – Sources from Reuters are reporting that Airbus is looking at further bumping up the range of its A321 program as the latest effort in trying to pre-empt a potential new ...

COMAC suspends the flight tests for C919

Beijing – The Chinese aircraft manufacturer COMAC has suspended the flight tests of its single-aisle C919 for three months. The certification remains planned for 2020 the manufacturer ...