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FlightGear 3.0 Released

http://www.flightgear.org/news/flightgear-v3-0-released/

February 17, 2014 - FlightGear v3.0 is Released!

The FlightGear development team is happy to announce the v3.0 release of FlightGear, the free, open-source flight simulator. This new version contains many exciting new features, enhancements and bug fixes. Highlights in this release include integration of the FGCom voice communications client within the simulator, improved terrain rendering, faster scenery loading, and improved usability. This release also coincides with the release of FlightGear World Scenery 2.0 – massively improved scenery data covering the entirety of the planet and incorporating OpenStreetMap roads and detailed terrain information from a variety of sources.

A list of major changes can be found at: http://wiki.flightgear.org/Changelog_3.0.

Downloads are available here: http://www.flightgear.org/download/main-program/

 

High Speed TSR2 Flight to Akrotiri

The FGUK pilots whose TSR2s made it to Cyprus

StuartC led a flight of latest-version TSR2-GR3s, one of FGUK's fantasy operational aircraft projects. Featuring all new liveries from the studio of thebroons and needing a firm hand on the stick, the flight took just under two and a half hours to reach Athens.

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There should be some Red Arrows here. At the moment, there isn't, and I'm not sure why. I'm going to look into it anyway.

Saturday Flights

Saturday 9th August - Mach Loop Challenge

This week's FlightNight takes competitive flying to a new level in the world-famous low flying area in North Wales known as the Mach Loop. More details to follow.

    • Tomaskom's Avatar
    • FlightNight 9/8/14 Mach loop challenge
    • Hmm, great documentation :S wiki.flightgear.org/Nasal_library_functions#io But I found what I needed in the io.nas and after half an hour of guessing how to use it correctly, I found a way how to read a file...
    • Algernon's Avatar
    • FlightNight 9/8/14 Mach loop challenge
    • I too think the local time log is the best approach. If it can output nicely comma separated values, I'd be happy to collate the data and present it - I am very into spreadsheets :) What about another little extra...
    • Neilson's Avatar
    • FlightNight 9/8/14 Mach loop challenge
    • Quote: I'll come up with something, writing a time log file locally. Shouldn't be difficult :) Thank you, If not i am up for logging times, and getting lots of screen shots