Monthly Archives: March 2018

x+s+r // lirf rome-fiumicino

Well, here it is. Rome. One of the biggies, an airport we’ve all been waiting for. Yeah, sure, there’ve been a couple of freeware versions of this one over the years, but when you get right down to it all … Continue reading

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x+s+r // limj + lipb + esgg

Welcome back to Chaos manor! Today we’ll look at a payware file that’s been out for a while, LIMJ Genoa, and another Italian airport not too far away – in NE Italy’s Tirol region – LIPB Bolzano, a famous airport … Continue reading

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x+s+r // UHDv4 vs ortho + down mexico way

I went off the reservation on Sunday and flew from Telluride to Aspen, with a diversion over the Reudi Reservoir and Upper Frying Pan River region, checking out the Hagerman’s Pass area for good measure, and I did so as … Continue reading

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x+s+r // epsy + helsinki vfr

A fantastic new airport in Poland. A second look at Helsinki’s massive Metropolitan VFR package. Welcome, to x+sim+reviews, where we do our level best to make life as confusing as possible! As in: “Just how much money can I spend … Continue reading

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x+s+r // da-62 + enal + uhd mesh v4

Hard to know which was more momentous, AlpilotX releasing his v4 UUHD mesh, or Aerobask cutting loose with their Da62. Well, tdg released a really nice file up in Norway, too, and you know what Norway does to the crazies … Continue reading

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x+s+r // lszh+terramaxx

The announcements came hard and fast this morning. StairPORT, the developer behind aeroSOFT’s LSZH Zurich, announced they’ll bring all their airport scenery files into working compliance with TerraMAXX. This is significant for a couple off reasons, so take note. The … Continue reading

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x+s+r // vfr hungary

We looked at the basic idea behind the VFR Hungary release last weekend, and also took a bunch of night images of LHBP Budapest International. That said, while Budapest, the airport and city, are central to this massive undertaking, I’d … Continue reading

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