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DCS: F/A-18C Hornet new radar modes: In the next big update for the Hornet, we will add two, new radar modes: Wide Auto-Acquisition (WACQ) and SPOT.
The WACQ mode has both a fixed 6-bar, 30-degrees (60-degrees total) of azimuth at 10 nm range and an uncaged mode that allows the TDC to slew the space-stabilized scan center.
SPOT mode enables you to designate a location within the tactical area of the air-to-air radar display and depress and hold the TDC to initiate a 22-degree search centered on the TDC location.
Navigraph, the flight simulation community’s trusted source for updated charts and navigational data, today announced that it has acquired SimBrief, the flight simulation community’s most popular flight planning software.
The acquisition is a natural progression of the already close collaboration between Navigraph and SimBrief. It builds on the integration between the two platforms existing since 2013 and provides the ability to do flight planning using up to date navigational data.
SimBrief’s flight planning functionality will continue to be free. Users who want to use the most current navigational data can subscribe to Navigraph and unlock the AIRAC cycles in SimBrief, as before.
“SimBrief founder Derek has done an outstanding job creating a flight planning service which the flight simulation community loves.” says Magnus Axholt, CEO and co-founder of Navigraph. “We plan to integrate SimBrief and Navigraph even further and enable additional functionality to SimBrief using the data and resources Navigraph has available.”
“Derek will play a key role as we develop some of the features in the next generation Navigraph Charts product. With the powerful combination of his real world aviation background and software development experience, Derek is a very welcome member of our skilled and multi-disciplinary Navigraph Development Team.
“We shall make SimBrief’s flight planning functionality even more accessible to developers in the community by structuring the SimBrief API together with Navigraph APIs in the upcoming Navigraph Developer Portal.” Magnus summarizes.
“Navigraph has been a strong SimBrief supporter from the very beginning.” Derek adds. “I have always enjoyed working with them to improve the integration between the two services. This very much feels like a natural progression, and I am excited to be a part of the team going forward.”
He goes on to say, "I’m confident that Navigraph’s resources and experienced development team will not only help ensure that SimBrief remains available to the community for years to come, but also make for some exciting new features and improvements that wouldn’t otherwise be possible.”
"I have been both humbled and incredibly grateful for the support the community has shown me since I launched SimBrief nearly eight years ago, and I’m looking forward to this next chapter in SimBrief’s development.” says Derek in closing.
SimBrief will continue to operate under the name SimBrief, but with the tag line “by Navigraph”.
There are many virtual airlines that cover the aviation industry, but few if any have ever tackled Africa with more than a few perfunctory flights. Here at the Historic Airline Group, we felt the need to better represent African aviation in a big way. We have just added 500 flights, representing seven African carriers, both international and regional. These flights reflect historic aviation in Africa from the 1950's to the 1980's.
East African Airways: DH106 Comets, long range Vickers VC-10s and the DC9-30. Based in Nairobi, Kenya, East African Airways was jointly owned and operated by Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. BOAC assisted with the creation of EAA, which took over many BOAC routes to the continent. Historic Airline Group (HAG) has 100 EAA flights to choose from.
Air Afrique: Sud Caravelle, DC-10, DC-8-50 and -50F. Air Afrique was a joint venture by eleven smaller African countries who could not afford to create their own national carrier. Air France assisted with the creation of Air Afrique, transferring many of their own routes. HAG provides 111 routes including cargo flights.
Astral: Astral represents well the Boeing 727-200F and DC9-30F in African air freight. Twenty-four Astral flights are provided, flying within the African continent.
South African Airways: 707, 727, 737, 747, DC4, HS748. HAG has always had South African Airways, and to this we have added regional cargo flights with the DC4 and international cargo flights with the 747. We now have 101 flights to choose from.
African International Airways: DC8-54F, DC8-62F. AIA was an all-cargo airline, operating flights between Johannesburg SA and Europe. African International flew behalf of Alitalia, South African Airways, and BOAC. We have fourteen flights to Europe with AIA.
Affretair/Air Trans Africa: DC4, DC7CF, L1049G, DC8-55F. Formed in Salisbury, Rhodesia, these two airlines were owned by the same parent company and did their share of legal cargo flights but also operated outside the law when needed. During the Rhodesian embargo, Rhodesian products were flown to Libreville, Gabon, then flown by Affretair DC8's to Europe. On the return flight, arms and ammunition from silent, supporting countries were flown in. Air Trans Africa DC4s, DC-7Cs and Constellations were used to haul everything from UN food supplies to starving local populations, refugees from war zones, and arms to rebel forces. HAG has 69 gun-runner flights for you to test your late night, dirt runway skills, as well as long range European flights.
Here at the Historic Airline Group, we try to bring to you the best in classic airline flying. Virtual aviation in Africa is a much-neglected segment, but we're changing the game by providing more classic African VA flights than ever before. Come check us out at historicairlinegroup.com and discover the dark continent like you've never seen it before.
Donegal Airport is located 2 nm south-west of Bunbeg in Carrickfinn, a townland in The Rosses, a district in north-west County Donegal, Ireland. The airport is on the county's north-west coast. about a 15-minute drive from Dungloe and Gweedore and 45 minutes from Letterkenny. It is popularly known within County Donegal as Carrickfinn Airport. Due to the large gas field in the area, non-scheduled chartered helicopter flights connect the multiple offshore installations to the airport. Eastern Airways operate a chartered service to Aberdeen for this purpose.
Until the mid-1980s, the runway was a grass strip. This was replaced by a hard surface runway with temporary buildings. The airport started operations in 1986 and was developed with funds and assistance from the Government of Ireland, private investors, Donegal County Council, the International Fund for Ireland, and the European Regional Development Fund. In the 1990s the runway was extended to 1,500 m (4,900 ft) and a new terminal building with modern navigational aids and equipment was added.
Your mission is to fly from West Knock (EIKN) to Donegal (EIDL) with any Canadian Xpress Freeware or payware Twin Engine Prop or Turbo Prop aircraft you have the rank to fly.
Join Canadian Xpress today to participate as there are some great prizes to be won including:
The April 2021 Monthly Challenge is open to all Canadian Xpress pilots from April 1st until April 29th, 2021.
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*Canadian Xpress accepts 50% of your VATSIM, IVAO or other virtual airline hours with no limits.
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