X-Plane 10.25 / 10.30 Beta 1
Support for a vast array of aircraft models
The X-Plane simulator includes support for simulating the flight patterns of jets, single- and multi-engine airplanes, as well as gliders, helicopters, and VTOLs, such as the V-22 Osprey and AV8-B Harrier.
Moreover, X-Plane also includes more than 30 different aircraft models within the standard installation package, allowing you to fly within a virtual environment using airplane models spanning the entire aviation industry and history.
X-Plane’s user experience can be further enhanced by downloading more than a couple of hundred more plane models freely available via the Internet.
Features an adaptable and highly customizable flying environment, as well as a large variety of landing options
Furthermore, no while flying using X-Plane you will be able to enjoy a breath-taking world wide scenery which, although entirely simulated, makes it possible to fly your plane either over the most beautiful looking landscapes on Earth or over the desolate mountains and planes of Mars.
What’s more, when you want to finish the flight, X-Plane makes it possible to land on any one of the included 18.000 and more airports or put your skills to the ultimate test while trying to land on a moving aircraft carrier, on helipads, on frigates sliding across troubled ocean waters and even on constantly hit by huge waves oil rigs.
Realistic and absorbing flight physics
As an extra advantage, the X-Plane flight simulator has been designed from the get-go to offer its users with a 100% accurate flight experience and, thus, it manages to overthrow all other similar software solutions in customizability, adaptability, and the massive number of freely downloadable plane models.
If you need further details and usage instructions, as well as a complete list of all available aircrafts in the default install, you can visit its comprehensive X-Plane online manual page.
Reviewed by Sergiu Gatlan on June 5th, 2014
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- NEW GPS NAVIGATORS X-430 AND X-530:
- Select the new GPS/FMS system in the Systems screen of Plane Maker to get it into your aircraft. Two slots are available for pilot- and copilot side. New instruments are available in the panel editor to enable screens of the 430 and 530 for 3d-cockpits.
- The old GNS430 instrument is very small, so it is treated based on the size in the panel:
- If the instrument is given a REALLY SMALL spot (e.g. 62 pixels tall) it draws a compact display with just frequencies – not realistic, but at least readable.
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