Today third-party Microsoft Flight Simulator developers released several interesting add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator, including aircraft and airports.
We start with Carenado’s Pilatus PC-12, which finally hit the official marketplace for both PC and Xbox.
As usual for Carenado, you won’t find it anywhere else. It’s priced at $24.99.
If you’re interested in flying the Cessna 172 with a higher degree of realism, Just Flight and WB-Sims released the 172SP Classic Enhancement on the former’s store.
You can purchase it for €18.95. It’s worth mentioning that you need the Deluxe or Premium Deluxe version of the sim for this to work.
- Dynamic battery voltage drop
- Correct ammeter display
- External charging available
- Accurately working relays
- Battery amperage subject to temperatures
- Functional circuit breakers, which may trip from faulty equipment
Cockpit and equipment
- Optional state saving with 90+ points being saved so that your plane will be just as you left it
- Gyro spin-up animations
- Custom lighting throughout, dims if voltage is low
- Gauge needles subject to engine vibrations
- ADF needle subject to noise
- ADF needle instrument upgraded to the KI 227-01, which slaves the ADF card to the directional gyro
- Working cabin heat/defrost
- Fully functional M803 clock, including settable FT alarm and ET countdown mode
- Operational MD-41 GPS annunciator
- PMS GNS 530/430 included
- Custom-coded KAP140 autopilot corrects and adds a lot of missing features including accurate hold altitude, functional ALT arming, 20ft altitude adjustments and aural alerting
- Enhanced KT76 transponder, with dynamic radar pings and correct dimming function
- KR87 ADF with proper testing feature and audible ET countdown alarm
- All Bendix units feature an accurate font, and the KAP140 and KR87 have auto-dimming displays
Engine wear and tear
- Spark plug fouling
- General engine wear
- Fuctional engine priming
- Starter overheating
- Oil usage
Moving on to airport releases, SceneryTR design is releasing the massive Istanbul Airport (LTFM) in Turkey.
This is also available only on the official marketplace for the moment, priced at $15.99.
Do keep in mind that it may take a few hours for the marketplace update to roll out, so if you don’t find it yet, try in a bit.
On the other hand, SNJ Sim released Saga Airport in Japan.
It can be purchased on SimMarket for $8 plus applicable VAT.
- Detail Saga airport Scenery
- Surronding airport buildings and autogen
- Animated jetway models
- Custom Airport Groundpoly
- Realistic Night Dynamic Lights
- Detail airport interiors
- Custom Static vehicles
Last, but not least, we return to Just Flight for another extensive video look at the Steam Gauge Overhaul – Analog King Air product by Black Square.
You can watch it below.
If you’d like to read more about Microsoft Flight Simulator add-ons, you can enjoy our recent reviews of the Twin Otter, Auckland International Airport, Skiathos Airport, Athens International Airport, Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport, Amami Airport, Bristol Airport, Marrakech Menara Airport, Great Britain Central, Tehran Imam Khomeini Airport, Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport, Shanghai Pudong Airport, Kraków Airport, Fukuoka City & Airport, Fort Lauderdale Airport, Chongqing City & Airport, Manila Airport, Santiago Airport, the Frankfurt City Pack, Key West Airport, the Okavango Delta, Bali Airport, London Oxford Airport, Berlin Brandenburg Airport, the CRJ 550/700, the PA-28R Arrow III, Kristiansand Airport, Macau City & Airport, Bonaire Flamingo Airport, Milano Linate Airport, the Singapore City Pack, Tokyo Narita Airport, Yao Airport, the F-15 Eagle, the Paris City Pack, Greater Moncton Airport, Tweed New Haven Airport, Santorini Airport, Sydney Airport, Helsinki-Vantaa Airport, Reggio Calabria Airport, Bastia Poretta Airport, Munich Airport, Paris Orly Airport, Newcastle International Airport, Sankt Johann Airfield, Dublin International Airport, and Seoul City Wow. We also have a beta preview of Singapore Changi airport.
If you want to learn more about the game itself, you can read our review which will tell you everything you need to know about Asobo Studio’s game.