Carenado Now Featuring and Developing for Prepar3D®

Carenado, an award winning aircraft add-on provider and software development company is now featuring products for, and developing for Lockheed Martin Prepar3D. The Prepar3D team has partnered with Carenado on modeling tool improvements and look forward to more great products from Carenado in the future. An image gallery featuring some of Carenado’s products have been uploaded to the Prepar3D Image Gallery. To learn more about Carenado and it’s award winning products, visit their website – http://www.carenado.com

Wilco Publishing Releases Aircraft Models for Prepar3D®

Our friends at Wilco Publishing recently released aircraft add-ons for the Prepar3D® community. The titles available include: Airbus Series Evolution Vol.1 Airbus Series Evolution Vol.2 CRJ NextGen Citation X E-Jets Series Tilt Rotor Please visit the Wilco Publishing website for details about these products. The Prepar3D ecosystem continues to expand with new add-on options. It’s a great see the breadth and variety of features available for customized learning!

Lockheed Constellation uploaded

Hi Everyone, My ongoing quest to find legacy aircraft for my virtual Lockheed Martin museum continues!  Manfred Jahn gave his kind permission to allow me to upload his FS9/FSX Lockheed models to the site, so I have started this morning by uploading his excellent model of the Lockheed L749 Constellation.  Here is a shot of it inside Prepar3D: The installation is straight forward, just follow the readme.txt installation instructions for FSX.  There is a note that the propellor disks do not render properly in FSX, however I have not had these issues in Prepar3D, so you will probably not need to swap

T-33 In Development

Hi Everyone, I wanted to share a screenshot of a Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star that is currently in development.   It should be released at the end of the year, or early 2011 and will be compatible with both FSX and Prepar3D.  It is being fully instrumented and will have a realistic flight model.  It is being built by Classic Jet Simulations for us and as you can see by the in-progress screenshot below, they are doing an awesome job!!