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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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x+s+r // LEBA + ESPA

There seems to be something in the coffee these days…over in Spain, anyway…! Some of the best freeware scenery files we’ve seen in ages are coming out of Spain in a nonstop rush these days. A few days ago we … Continue reading

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x+s+r // LERL Ciudad Real Central

Fresh off our review of Adriana’s GMFO Oujda and FNUB Lubango (see our previous review), she has just released a new airport file in central Spain – under the banner of her new production company, Flight World. LERL Ciudad Real Central … Continue reading

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x+s+r // gmfo + fnub + lfot & tours city

All in all, we usually do NOT feature a roadway as our main image when covering new airports or aircraft files in X-plane, so pardon this going into today’s post – but there’s something quite interesting going on here. Maybe … Continue reading

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x+s+r // VSKYLABS Air Phoenix U-15

Well, how about something really different? VSkyLabs has steadily developed the reputation as one of the very best up-and-coming developers for aircraft files (.acf) in X-plane, and that made me more than a little curious. They’ve got some “cute files” out there, … Continue reading

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x+s+r // auctus delineations EV55

As mentioned in our last post, we ran across this newly revised file yesterday and when we noticed the new G1000 panel – well, that was enough to get the whole curiosity thing going – and off we went…flying this … Continue reading

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x+s+r // essa stockholm arlanda & ev55

I don’t know what’s happening to freeware developers these days, but it’s like they got it into their heads that they could start making freeware files as good as payware – maybe better, even – and get away with it, … Continue reading

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