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With this issue we step aboard a modern jet fighter in the form of the sleek Eurofighter Typhoon.
VVCI - Hai Phong Airport
Hai Phong Airport also known as Cat Bi International Airport is located in northern Vietnam. It’s yet another airport designed by the Vietnamese Aviation group.
Qantas Boeing 787-9 V5L
Camil Valiquette is no stranger to this section of the magazine. He has created many fine aircraft in the past. In this issue we have his latest Boeing 787-9; a new jetliner in the Quantas livery. It includes CamSim’s own static displays and Animated Grou
Bombardier CSeries CS100
Here we have a new passenger jet built from scratch by Hongming Zheng. It depicts the Bombardier CSeries CS100 aircraft and includes the liveries of Swiss HB-JBA, Test Aircraft FTV1 C-FBCS, and Delta Air Lines.
Dragon Peaks AFB (AW56), South Africa
AFB Dragon Peaks is a small airfield nestling between the hills on the slopes of the Northern Drakensberg of South Africa. It was designed by Kobus van Wyk and includes almost 100 hand-placed autogen buildings and more than 32,000 hand-placed autogen tree
This is a new release of Little Navmap, where the database can be updated by Navigraph. The author has also included a cycle 1707 base dataset in the download which was kindly granted by Navigraph.
Percival K2 Vega Gull
Keith Paine created this model of the Percival K2 Vega Gull. It’s a logical development of the Percival D3 Gull. The Vega Gull was enlarged to accommodate four people in a side-by-side arrangement.
Paris Le Bourget Airport
Paris Le Bourget Airport is located 12 kilometres southeast of Paris and is primarily used by business jets but can easily accommodate A380s or large cargo planes. Designed here by Dmitriy Kozyrev.
P-51H Mustang version 3
The ultimate version of the Mustang was the P-51H. It was the fastest variant to see service. It was also one of the fastest piston-engined fighters to enter production during World War Two. The fine aircraft presented here was designed by AF Scrub.