22 September 2018:
Installed the Pilot2ATC program. This is a more professional replace of Prepar3D's ATC, but needs some experience to use.
23 July 2018:
Today I changed the view of Australia and made a fresh new start of this part of the world.
I changed the order to the states in the menu and categories.
19 December 2017:
Today I installed all available separate regions of Europe and Northern America, which high details in the sceneries.
20 June 2017:
Today is a very imported day. Lockheed Martin released Prepar3d Version 4, the 64-bit package which a lot of flightsimmers were waiting for.
I have decided to clean all installations and re-install those parts that are compatible with version 4.
Airplanes are coming every now and then with updates.
For the moment (09 September 2017) I am very enthousiastic about the various releases and updates.
08 December 2016:
Installed the High Definition Trees from Orbx.
12 November 2016:
Installed Active Sky Cloud Art next to Active Sky 2016
03 September 2016:
Bought and installed the Lionheart Piper Pacer series of historic planes.
01 June 2016:
Today I installed the dutch airports from NL2000, but kept the sceneries from ORBX
You can understand that the flyhing is not real, but using the very realistic flight simulator of Prepar3D (Lockheed Martin) makes it looking real.
I do that for many years now and in the meantime I have added a lot of add-ons.
Herewith you can think of airplanes and sceneries with builings and everything belonging to that.
Currently I use the sceneries of ORBX which are great without losing much of frame rate.
At a certain moment I liked it to fly in big areas, like the United States, Europe and so on.
I fly small routes, something from 30 minutes to a maximum of 2 hours.
During these flights I make recordings.
These recordings are created with ShadowPlay from NVIDIA and Screencast-O-Matic (http://screencast-o-matic.com/refer/c2eniAVmpZ), a very good combination which allows me not only to record but also add texts, especially to inform you where I fly at a certain moment.
I did that by running Google Earth at the same time.
The videos are all published on YouTube, but I have created the web links in this website to make life easier.
They are all recorded and uploaded in HD (1080px). So if your system is able to, then set YouTube to this resolution and the vidoes will be amazing sharp within a few seconds!