Update of Faroes4XPlane

Faroe Islands XP has been updated! The new version is mainly a compatibility-patch for the latest version of X-Plane 12, and hot-fixes a few issues – i.a. broken animations and vegetation: Faroe Islands XP looks in X-Plane 12 now even better than with the initial release for X-Plane 11: Faroe Islands XP awaits you with…

Update of Bora Bora & Leeward Islands XP

Society Islands XP – Bora Bora & Leeward Islands has been updated! The new version fixes a few issues with the terrain mesh (seabed) for X-Plane 12 beta/early access, and features updated airport configurations, i.a. taxi/ATC routes and ramps. A more extensive update of Society Islands XP – Bora Bora & Leeward Islands – which…

Update of Seychelles4XPlane

Seychelles XP has been updated! The new version fixes a few issues with the terrain mesh for X-Plane 12 beta/early access. It hotfixes, inter alia, “gaps” between waterbodies and landmasses. A more extensive update of Seychelles XP – which will then also make use of new X-Plane 12 features – is planned for a later…

Reviews of Saint Croix XP

Great news: The first reviews for #SaintCroix4XPlane are now online! I will summarize and link the reviews I know of on this page for you. If also you have written a review or want to write one, please let me know! And of course, videos are also welcome! Paul Beckwith has written one of the…

Saint Croix XP is released now!

Welcome to Saint Croix, the largest island of the United States Virgin Islands in the Caribbean Sea. CDB Scenery Design (Cami De Bellis) in collaboration with Maps2XPlane are proud to present their newest scenery package for X-Plane, featuring a custom photo-terrain-mesh for the entire island and surrounding islets, with custom overlays (vegetation, road network and…

Saint Croix XP is coming soon!

Anyone who follows Maps2XPlane on FB already knows: Cami de Bellis (CDB Scenery Design) and I have come together to develop another scenery for X-Plane. I already had the opportunity to contribute to some CDB products in the past, and now Cami and I agreed to create a joint CDB & M2XP product, and decided…

Bora Bora & Leeward Islands XP is released now!

We are pleased to announce that Society Islands XP – Bora Bora & Leeward Islands is now available from our publisher Aerosoft. So then let’s go: Welcome to Bora Bora and the Leeward Islands, the western part of the Society Islands in the South Pacific. Stunning atolls, sandy beaches and mountainous islands covered by tropical…

Bora Bora & Leeward Islands XP – The Airports

After first glimpses on helipads in the last article, let us now have a look at the airports that will be included in our latest scenery package Society Islands XP – Bora Bora & Leeward Islands. All of the major Leeward Islands have a small airport in real life, and all of them have been…

Bora Bora & Leeward Islands XP – The Helipads

After we informed you about the Landscape of the Society Islands scenery package for X-Plane in the last post, it is time to take a closer look at the different landing locations. Before we have a look at the airports in another blog post, let’s first take a look at the different helipads: As you…

Bora Bora & Leeward Islands XP – The Landscape

Now that it’s official, let’s take a closer look at the latest scenery package penned by Maps2XPlane in collaboration with Albert Ràfols: We devoted ourselves to develop a rendering of the Society Islands for X-Plane: In a first step we focus on the Leeward Islands: Bora Bora, Raiatea & Tahaa, Huahine, Maupiti and Tupai –…

In memoriam Nino Villari

With great sadness I have to inform you, that Antonio ‘Nino’ Villari passed away on 25th November 2020 in the age of 72. With Nino we not only lost the initiator and coordinator of the Antarctica4XPlane development, but also a wonderful, humorous and fun-loving person. * * * Matthias: “I met Nino on 17th April…

Seychelles4XPlane Sightseeing

Since its release at the beginning of this year, Seychelles4XPlane received amazing reviews from the user base, as well as from renowned scenery reviewers – see the summarization of various reviews in the last posting. What is always emphasized is that there’s “[…] so much to explore across the entire archipelago and so much to…