Today I take a look at the Carenado Piper Archer as a viewer requested it and I thought I’d dust her off and take her for a short flight from CBR2 to CZNL.
CZNL Nelson – Norman Stibbs Airfield 1.2 (X-Plane 10)
CZNL Nelson – Norman Stibbs Airfield 1.4 – (X-Plane 9)
CBR2 KASLO British Columbia, Canada V 1.1
Yesterday I bought my first PMDG product the Boeing 737NGX. I wasn’t entirely sure if I wanted the Prepar3d version or the FSX version but in the end went with P3D because it has a development roadmap and FSX doesn’t. Today I’m spending a bit of time doing the starting tutorials and there’s a lot of nice detail within the documentation that explains what things do which is awesome.
Initially I seemed to have very poor frame rates but after some tweaking of the settings it around an acceptable 25+ frames after I set the frame rates to unlimited in the settings. It really is a nicely developed aircraft and I can see why the FSX community loves PMDG but I have to admit, I wish I had this aircraft in X-Plane instead of P3D.
In this episode I look at the DHC-6 Twin Otter by RWDesigns for X-Plane 10. We take the tutorial flight that comes with the documentation starting at GCXO Tenerife North and enjoy the ocean and island views before landing at GCHI. El Hierro Airport.
RWDesigns DHC-6 Twin Otter – Shark 1.0 – Kranky65
GCHI – El Hierro airport 1.0
GCGM – La Gomera airport 1.5
GCXO Tenerife North Airport Spain
New Sounds for RW Design’s DHC-6 1.0
This is a very special episode to mark the 1000 subscriber milestone on YouTube. I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who supports the channel helping it continue to grow.
Today I look at the beautiful Beechcraft 1900D for X-Plane 10.30 developed by Carenado. I think this is the best aircraft Carenado have made for X-Plane. Be nice to those engines cause they will explode if you don’t treat them right.
Today we look at the fabulous A2A Simulations C172 Trainer. A great Aircraft with probably the best in true systems simulation keeping you on your toes and allowing real world style training for C172 pilots.
Today I share my first impressions on the Prepar3d v2.2. I’ve used no addon’s except for Ezdok. Coming from X-Plane took a little adjusting but after a week or so I’m starting to enjoy flying Prepar3d too.
Today I show you the Beechcraft A36 Bonanza. I take a look around the aircraft, the interior, the amazing sound of the engine and a quick take off so we can see this beautiful aircraft in the air.