Perhaps you did expect something, perhaps you’ve seen it already, but in case you haven’t ….. surprise! On behalf of the X-Plained team, I’m pleased to offer you X-Plained. Where I stopped with ASN X-Plane, X-Plained continues. X-Plained is alive and for me I’m happy that this “project”...Read More
ASN is pleased to inform you on behalf of Richard Nunes that Rio de Janeiro International Airport has been updated to version 1.4. According to Richard; the updated airport package comes with the following fixes, improvement: – Fixed Bugs – Rendering and optimization of textures on objects – Lawn was...Read More
Most likely you’ve never heard of Southwest Florida International Airport. I didn’t and perhaps only those simmers who live nearby this international airport would be aware of its existence. In case you’re seeking for this airport, then I can inform you that your personal reporter Angelique has visited KRSW and...Read More
The waiting is over.
X-Plained has released their own Facebook page.
So it’s time to move on, it was for me, and now it’s also for you an idea to hop from the “no longer maintained” FB page to X-Plained. I would love to see you moving with me.
Any ideas and/or suggestions are appreciated. So just tell all your friends around the world about this exiting news and let us share X-Plained FB!
I count on You and see you at X-Plained FB!
Perhaps expected, perhaps totally unexpected nevertheless, I would like to inform you about the following news.
Hold on …. what about is this?
For years I’ve taken care for ASN and later ASN X-Plane (Aerosoft Sim News) with the publication of many payware and freeware reviews/impressions, daily X-Plane news, columns, interviews and what else more. Although I’ve enjoyed every minute, it’s now time to look ahead and seek new X-Plane challenges.
For a while I had already many ideas, plans, thoughts to do something new, something refreshing, something that would give me a boost. Something else other than only writing reviews, impressions, seeking for news and so on.
I’ve seen so many products of which some of them could perform better in respect to their manuals and/or tutorials, at least, that’s what I feel. With the new challenges ahead, I sincerely hope that can offer the X-Plane community something from myself, being independent. That said, writing tutorials for products or just because I think there’s a need to, doing more beta testing then before to be more dedicated to a developer, perhaps writing once and while a review (oops, that means settings up a new website ….), and starting creating airports. Especially this last item, is one of my deepest wishes and lucky for me, I have some good friends around me who are willing to help me understanding how to do this.
Anyway, I would like to thank everybody who visited the ASN X-Plane website on a regular or daily base. Besides the many plans, my first priority is my own website and my own FB page.
On behalf of Aerosoft, we would like to inform that a new AIRAC Cycle 1604 for NavDataPro is now available.
NavDataPro users are now able to download and install the datasets for X-Plane flight simulator. NavDataPro is our new update service for navigational data used by various simulators. With this service flight sim pilots will always get up-to-date navdata for flight planning and in flight use. More information can be found at Aerosoft’s dedicated web page.
Another Navigraph AIRAC (Aeronautical Information Regulation And Control) period starting on March 31st, 2016. Let’s give some background information about the AIRAC Cycle.
The AIRAC cycle was adopted in 1964 and further improved over the years. Key are the worldwide effective dates with 28 days intervals (e.g. 4 August 2005, 1 September 2005, 29 September 2005, …). Effective days are always on a Thursday. It may look indeed like a long period, 28 days, or even 56, but it should be understood that aeronautical information changes, mostly published through so called AIRAC Amendments. When you want to know about the AIRAC. Have a look at the dedicated ICAO website.
Back to our Navigraph Cycle 1604, effective from March 31st. By following this link you reach the download section of Navigraph.
From the makers of Virtual design 3D, and presented to you by Aerosoft and ASN X-Plane, I’m pleased to offer you an inside look in the recent released international airport Arturo Merino Benitez (SCEL).
I think this quick look with some thoughts and compliments should give you an idea of the well modelled airport of Santiago. You can read all about Angelique’s findings via this quick impression link and for those who have no time to loose, check it out at the dedicated Aerosoft SCEL web page.
Matthias from MLAeroDG has released another German military fighter, the Messerschmitt Me-109.
Together with these exclusive screenshots I would like to give you an idea of what to expect. The aircraft package is easy to install; just unzip and install the package under X-Plane aircraft folder “Fighters”. You’ll find in the Me-109 folder a document that offers all the information you need to know about this Me-109, how to control the aircraft and how to fly it, including a checklist. The Me-109 package comes with a couple of military liveries namely the German Yellow 4, a German green livery and a paint kit that includes PSD files too.
You want to read the whole Me-109 story? Check out this exclusive impression link.
Matthias from MLADG is pleased to inform you that he has released the brand new exiting Messerschmitt Me-109.
Officially it was known as the Messerschmitt Bf 109, but commonly called the Me 109. It was one of the most famous fighter planes of World War 2 and now in available for X-Plane 10. Its first flight was in 1941 and houses a V12 DB605 engine with 1455 hp. The aircraft has a service ceiling of 11600 m, can fly 685 km/h at 7400 m and it has VFR equipment.
The modelled Me-109 package includes:
– detailed Model of the Messerschmitt Me-109 G-2
– fully implemented virtual cockpit with almost every switch functional
– detailed outside model
– custom night lighting
– Tropical version of the plane included
– 3 liveries (including a paint kit)
– 4k textures for the outside model
– SASL enhanced failure model
Curious how it looks like? Check out these screenshots provided by Matthias. More exclusive screenshots will follow soon.
On behalf of Alabeo, we’re pleased to inform you that they have released the PA32 Saratoga II TC for X-Plane 10.40 and up.
We’re all aware of the high quality of Carenado and Alabeo products, and this one is another GA aircraft that comes with a lot of features like:
– Custom Saratoga II TC sounds
– Using the default X-Plane 10 GNS430 and GNS530
– Volumetric side view prop effect
– High quality 3D model and textures
– Accurately reproduced flight characteristics
– 64-bit compatible
– FPS-optimized model
– Super Manipulator scroll wheel support
– and much more
For more information visit the dedicated Alabeo web page.
Our dedicated reviewer Jude Bradley flew to KORD or better known as Chicago O’Hare Airport to check out the modelled airport from Nimbus.
According to Jude “It fills a gap in the market for mid-U.S Sceneries. It’s well worth the price. The performance is very good even taking into account the aircraft I tested this with. In short, this is a good airport and yes, I would definitely recommend it.” Curious? Via this review link you can read all about it.