Great news regarding X-Plane Meshes for the Subantarctic: First of all, I’d like to announce, that I currently develop a new terrain mesh for Heard and McDonald Islands. The islands are Australian external territory and are among the most remote places on Earth. Also worth to mention: Mawson Peak, the summit of Heard Island, is higher […]Read More Subantarctic Islands News
Great news: I had the opportunity for a first cooperation with well known X-Plane scenery designer Cami De Bellis. Her new scenery represents the Pointe Vele Airport on Futuna Island and the scenery package will be released with a custom Maps2XPlane base mesh covering Futuna as well as its neighbor island Alofi. Futuna is an […]Read More Futuna and Alofi Scenery and Mesh
After updating part 1 of my freeware Antarctica4XPlane base mesh scenery for X-Plane, part 2 is now also up-to-date. This second package covers the Victoria Land and the northern parts of the Transantarctic Mountains. Many famous regions are now represented with a much more detailed elevation model: the McMurdo Dry Valleys, the surroundings of the Hatherton and Darwin […]Read More Antarctica4XPlane further Updates
I’m pleased to announce that Svalbard4XPlane was reviewed from various news websites and got absolutely amazing critics. See e.g. the review from FlightDeckX.com, who voted Svalbard4XPlane directly into the Top 3 of their Best of 2017. Particularly for german speaking readers I can also recommend the review from simFlight.de. You need more information about Svalbard4XPlane, […]Read More Reviews of Svalbard4XPlane
I have the pleasure to announce, that I updated part 1 of Antarctica4XPlane, my freeware Antartica base mesh scenery for X-Plane. Part 1 covers the Antarctic Peninsula as well as the South Orkney Islands. The new version features improved elevation models particularly around Research Bases and Airfields, e.g. King George Island, Seymour Island and Deception […]Read More Mesh-Update for Antarctica4XPlane
Maps2XPlane in cooperation with Stairport Sceneries is proud to announce that our Svalbard4XPlane Scenery Package for X-Plane is now available from our publisher Aerosoft. Get ready to explore the 61.000 square kilometers of the Norwegian archipelago Svalbard. Enjoy the overwhelming landscape in the Arctic Ocean in either a realistic summer or winter representation and choose […]Read More Svalbard4XPlane is released now!
Good news: The beta testing phase of Svalbard4XPlane is already in round number three. To shorten you the time to the release, here are some new snapshots of my Svalbard Mesh for X-Plane:Read More New Svalbard Snapshots
Svalbard4XPlane is a quite realistic representation of Svalbard for the flight simulator X-Plane 11. The Norwegian archipelago is located in the Arctic Ocean north of the Polar circle between 74. and 81. latitude and is not covered by the X-Plane default installation. So the scenery package Svalbard4XPlane does not only fill a gap in the […]Read More Features of Svalbard4XPlane
Exciting news, I make a good progress with the development of my Svalbard Mesh for X-Plane. Besides the summer version, which I presented a few weeks ago, the development of the winter version is also almost finished: There are just a few details to add and the internal beta phase can begin. I’ll keep you […]Read More News about Svalbard4XPlane!
With version 11, X-Plane doesn’t show any terrain in its default map for my Antarctica Terrain Mesh Sceneries. I solved this issue now, by creating and releasing my own Antarctic and Subantarctic Maps for X-Plane 11.Read More Antarctic Maps for X-Plane 11