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Aug 16 2014 06:35 AM | Chuck_Jodry-VJPL in Interviews
AviatorCast is honored to have Matt Guthmiller on the show, recently Matt become the youngest pilot ever to fly around the world solo. At the age of 19, he flew around the world in a 1981 Beechcraft Bonanza, modified to carry lots of extra fuel. N...
May 17 2014 08:15 AM | tonywob in Interviews
Andras Fabian, also known as alpilotx is a well-known developer in the X-Plane world. Andras, as well as working on the default global scenery inside X-Plane 10, is also responsible for the incredible HD Mesh, Tree Lines and Farms and New Zealand Pro.<...
May 10 2014 06:05 AM | Chuck_Jodry-VJPL in Interviews
Alaska Airlines Capt. Mike Swanigan shares his fascinating career and joy for flight on this episode of AviatorCast This turned out to be such an awesome interview with a genuinely incredible guy. AviatorCast was honored to sit down with Captain M...
Jan 10 2014 02:09 PM | Chuck_Jodry-VJPL in Interviews
Reading some of the forums here in Avsim I read a name I had not seen before…”NLS”…and an A380??? Wow…don’t know where I had been hiding, but a quick search showed a lot of things a Flight Simulator enthusiast could be very impressed and excited about....
Aug 09 2013 06:57 PM | Chuck_Jodry-VJPL in Interviews
It seems only yesterday we saw the release of what is arguably a spectacular Turboprop package for FSX. The detail is truly remarkable, the design rich in detail, all in a truly unique package. Many will remember the -300 version which Majestic de...
Aug 03 2013 07:16 AM | Chuck_Jodry-VJPL in Interviews
It seemed only yesterday we talked to Colin from Milviz about his company, and his already impressive collection of add-ons. The release of their B737-200 has been very well received, and must say, it is a very enjoyable aircraft to fly. So I de...
Jun 21 2013 08:19 PM | Chuck_Jodry-VJPL in Interviews
Continuing with our series of "Meet the Developers", I would like to present a small chat I had with Bernd Podhradsky, lead developer of FS Global Real Weather, a new entrant in the Weather Generator arena for Flight Simulator, currently supporting FSX...
Feb 08 2013 06:15 PM | WR269 in Interviews
REX - A developer whose name is directly associated with some of the very best weather and terrain textures to grace our monitors...what do we know about them? Sure, there are a lot of simmers out there who, like me, have heard and seen those amazing c...
Dec 21 2012 08:35 AM | WR269 in Interviews
One of the most awaited Airbus releases of the year is out this week, the Airbus X Extended by Aerosoft hit the vitual shelves, much to the delight of the Airbus fans as well as those curious about an affordable add-on that promised high quality graphi...
Dec 21 2012 08:15 AM | Chuck_Jodry-VJPL in Interviews
Digital Aviation announced its Radio Navigation Simulator 'Student' edition - Instrument Navigation Trainer for Pilots, for iPhone, iPad or iPod touch devices, which includes instrument panels suited to the requirements of student pilots at the beginni...
Dec 07 2012 05:45 PM | WR269 in Interviews
As is the case in real world aviation, an increasing number of aeroplanes being released for our virtual skies will need somewhere to land. I came across UK2000 a while ago whilst satisfying my curiosity on the artistry and creativity of people involve...
Nov 24 2012 08:50 AM | WR269 in Interviews
As I keep an eye on new releases and products already available to us simmers, there is a name that caught my attention, MilViz.
Not only do they appear to provide some very good Flight Sim addons, but the actual models themselves, aside fr...
Nov 18 2012 08:50 AM | WR269 in Interviews
Browsing through the Avsim forums for the past few weeks you cannot help but notice the debate regarding weather depiction and the offerings from the different third party weather engines.
Personally, I see it as a difficult argument to sati...
Nov 16 2012 08:20 PM | WR269 in Interviews
As promised, Espen from Coolsky introduces us to his "baby"...the DC9 Classic! A fantastic aircraft that once provided airlines and the travelling public the ability to cover short to medium routes with the speed, comfort and reliability of a pure jet....
Nov 11 2012 11:40 AM | WR269 in Interviews
The recent release of the BAe/Avro 146 (and its very good reception by the SIM community), put the name QualityWings back in circulation.
I cast my mind back a couple of years, to another product associated with this developer's name...the 7...
Oct 28 2012 08:45 AM | WR269 in Interviews
We made the short journey to Tamworth in a Dash8-100, and I was sitting next to a very athletic fellow ATC trainee, who soon showed everyone he was not the best flier, as he proceeded to fill 3 air sick bags in impressive succession, on what was a perf...
Oct 22 2012 06:57 PM | WR269 in Interviews
I have had a love-love relationship with aviation ever since my parents carried me kicking and screaming at age 2 into the “cavernous” hold of a DC-3 for a flight, and I ended up adding to the interior decoration of the classic Gooney Bird...
Oct 08 2012 07:30 AM | WR269 in Interviews
Q: You flew regular flights to Burma before actually leaving Cathay Pacific and joined Union of Burma Airways...your book "We Flew in Burma" lists this very interesting yet little known period in History...what attracted you to Burma? What type of flyi...
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