Monthly Archives: February 2018

x+s+r // eick cork revisited

As mentioned a few days ago (while looking at EINN Shannon), the same developer (Ciano35) has been revising EICK Cork as time permits and, as also mentioned, this has been a favorite of ours for years, all the way back … Continue reading

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x+s+r // magical mystery tours

KTEX Telluride released a few minutes ago and for the life of me I don’t know why…but I’m hardly interested. Strange, too, as I’ve flown in and out of that airport more than a few times, usually in Baron’s and … Continue reading

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x+s+r // LEPA + EINN + EFJM

Three freeware files again today, and three more different files I could not find. One, tdg’s LEPA Palma de Mallorca, is simply a masterpiece. Ciano35’s EINN Shannon was meant as payware, but the developer stepped back and released this one … Continue reading

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x+s+r // kgcn + eddk

More blisteringly good freeware this weekend – if you missed these two head on over to the Org and check ’em out ASAP. Let’s start the day looking over things in the German heartland, in Köln, the city on the … Continue reading

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x+s+r // lclk+ eddn + sbfl + eg49

Someone asked me a few days ago when I’d review the A320 Ultimate, and I replied as best I could: Never. Because there’s no one less qualified in the universe to write about an Airbus file than yours truly. When … Continue reading

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x+s+r // MMMZ + LFLL

I wanted to get those images of Mazatlan I mentioned yesterday posted – while Rufio’s other airports are still fresh in mind, if only to keep the Lego-brick construction method he uses in mind while we look this new one over. … Continue reading

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x+s+r // down mexico way

It is a little odd that there’ve not been many Mexican airports in X-plane. There is, after all, a thriving network of modern airports, a growing number of airlines and, I’d assume,  a growing number of people interested in flying. … Continue reading

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