To encourage the growth of X-Plane, Stairport Sceneries are converting sceneries from Microsoft Flight Simulator and Lockheed Martin Prepar3D as well as developing new sceneries for X-Plane.
Stairport Sceneries is a longtime development partner of mine. Actually my very first partner, when I started developing payware sceneries for X-Plane many years ago. Stairport benefits from my terrain mesh development and editing services. Together we developed and released the scenery package #Svalbard4XPlane, and I contributed to numerous of Stairport’s products.
Cami De Bellis, the designer behind CDB Scenery Design, has been developing X-Plane sceneries since 2008. Cami’s sceneries range from tropical islands to the Himalaya. Furthermore, Cami offers with the CDB-Library one of the most extensive object libraries for X-Plane.
Contributing to Cami’s projects, whether it’s an edit of an existing terrain mesh or the development of a completely new landscape, is always a pleasure. See e.g. the Point Vele Airport or the La Tontouta Airport. Not to forget our newest cooperation: #SaintCroix4XPlane!
FlightSim Development Group have made a name for themselves for creating outstanding sceneries like Bremen, Cape Town or Mauritius, to name just a few. They started releasing X-Plane sceneries in 2019 and have already a nice list of destinations all around the world.
FSDG is one of my newer development partners and it was a real honor to contribute with my terrain mesh editing service i.a. to their outstanding Rhodes XP scenery, which don’t only cover the Rhodes International Airport “Diagoras” and the Maritsa Airport, but the entire island.
Windsock Simulations are a company based solely on converting Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Lockheed Marten Prepar3D sceneries to the Laminar Research flight simulator X-Plane.
Windsock Simulations has been a development partner of mine for many years now, and I had the opportunity and pleasure to contribute customized terrain meshes to numerous of Windsock Simulations’ products.
ShortFinal Design is the brand owned by well known MisterX6 and it stands for high quality freeware and payware sceneries as well as object libraries for the flight simulator X-Plane.
MisterX6 is a longtime development partner of mine and I’m very pleased that I can contribute with my terrain mesh editing services to his extensive airport sceneries such as Los Angeles International Airport and Munich Airport.
Airfield Canada‘s realistic and accurate Canadian airports are built from love and passion. Their first scenery was CYQY – Sydney, Nova Scotia and their latest is CYHZ – Halifax, Nova Scotia. Significant effort is spent on small details, along with optional features, such as animated objects, seasons, and ground traffic.
Airfield Canada is one of my newest development partners. They invited me, and I accepted with pleasure, to create a customized terrain mesh for their Halifax Stanfield Airport scenery, featuring accurately sloped runways and lots of other terrain details at the airport.
Área77 Simulations is a new design studio aiming to create sceneries for X-Plane. Their first scenery package features the Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport in Porto – the 2nd largest airport in the 2nd largest city in Portugal. Rui Silva, the founder of Área77 Simulations, has always been an aviation simulation enthusiast and now has the opportunity to also contribute to the community with his creations.
Although it was with “just” consulting and support a rather modest contribution to Área77 Simulations’ rendition of Porto Airport, it was a real pleasure for me to assist Rui with my extensive experiences in X-Plane scenery design, in particular the editing of existing terrain meshes.
Publishers and Hosting Partners
In conjunction with the numerous cooperations, Aerosoft, founded in 1991, can be counted as one of the world’s leading publishers in the simulation genre. Thanks to strong distribution partners in Europe, South America and the USA, Aerosoft today generates over 60% of their turnover abroad. The product portfolio of Aerosoft includes many add-ons for the Microsoft flight simulator as well as X-Plane and Aerofly FS.
X-Plane.org has been in operation since 2000, making them one of the oldest Flight sim websites in operation. X-Plane.org is an independent community forum focused on discussion for X-Plane.