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  1. Hello Benny, and thanks for your post and the sentiment behind it. First and foremost, I am still very much part of Orbx in the role of Founder and Non-Executive Director on the board, and I am regular contact several times a week with Anna Cicognani our CEO who is leading a superb team comprised of familiar and new faces. I have full confidence in Anna and the team she is leading and she has a very positive and ambitious vision and plan for the company. I am still the largest single shareholder in the company and intend to hold onto shares in Orbx until the day I die,
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  2. We are delighted to announce our very first Swedish destination for Microsoft Flight Simulator: Gothenburg Landvetter Airport! Renowned developer Marcus Nyberg makes his Microsoft Flight Simulator debut by bringing one of his most popular airfields to the new simulator. Brimming with exceptional detail and showcasing his masterful texture artistry, Marcus has packed Göteborg with many of the new features available in MSFS, including a complete suite of new PBR materials for all major components. A completely-rebuilt ground poly utilising both custom GP textures and weather-dep
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  3. Introducing Notodden Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator! Quickly following on from the successful release of his Ålesund Vigra, developer Finn Hansen brings to life this delightful general aviation airfield located in the south of Norway. Brimming with charming details, ENNO encompasses both the airport and surrounding townsite, packing plenty of POI and off-airfield areas to explore. Continuing the theme of other recent Orbx releases, Notodden is a major upgrade of the original ESP release, with updated textures, complete PBR texturing, and many other small changes and improvements.
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  4. We are pleased to introduce to you our second all-new airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator - Graz Airport. Located in the second-largest city in Austria our Havant team have faithfully reproduced the airport of Graz in ultra-high detail. Featuring its main 3000m runway as well as two grass runways, the airport sees regular traffic to many European destinations such as Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Zurich and Vienna as well as seasonal charters to the Greek Isles and the Balearics. The airport, incidentally located in the home town of Microsoft Flight Simulator partner, black
    17 points
  5. Hello, for what it's worth, I think there is still plenty of life left in X Plane 11, FSX, P3D and even Fs9. Each one has features that the others do not and allow the use of various and often superb and irreplaceable addons, aircraft in particular. Many will never be made for any other simulator because the developer or team have moved on, sometimes even to the afterlife. Arguably, the new simulator has few rivals in terms of "low and slow" VFR flight and I have "visited" places that I will never do in real life and seen images of what is really there
    17 points
  6. Best of luck all Cheers Renault KSBA, Santa Barbara Summer Evening - MS2020
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  7. Orbx is proud to return to our roots with our very first Australian product for Microsoft Flight Simulator - Cityscape Sydney! Developed over 9 months, star developer Frank Schnibben (Cityscape Honolulu, Melbourne Cityscape for AUv2) and our global team have brought to life Australia's Emerald City. A complete cityscape, the scenery captures the feel and energy of the harbourside capital, with thousands of details and features across the entire metropolitan area. And, by popular demand, check out our ultra-high detailed Sydney Harbour Bridge - the centerpiec
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  9. I'm really impressed with this airport. I think it's truly a masterpiece, with so many handcrafted details. And its location couldn't be better. I think I will fly very frequently from/to this gem, mostly with GA aircraft, low and slow. Congratulations to the developers for this achievement. Well, let the screenshots speak for themselves.
    13 points
  10. Sydney !!!!! Danke sehr Frank and Orbx team @Frank Schnibben This is so incredibly well done Sir. I was a bit concerned that fps might suffer, but you have simply done magic and it is silky smooth with fps 55-60 with everything on "ultra". This is such a gift to our community, Mere words can't describe the experience Thank you again Pete And I just flew in circles, around the CBD, marveling at what was before my eyes.
    13 points
  11. I am really impressed with Sydney cityscape scenery. Pure beauty + excellent FPS. Someone pull my jaw up please! Congratulations @Frank Schnibben and Orbx developers from the team for this masterpiece.
    13 points
  12. Not to repete what location this is . Sim=MSFS - Scenery=Orbx London Enhancements - Plane=Diamond DA62
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  13. I think those two are a perfect fit: Cityscape Sydney by Orbx and the good old Goose Redux by the former Oz team, which I was able to port over to MSFS. The only drawback: as the gauges were not modeled in 3D, they don’t show up and I’m not smart enough to redo them. But otherwise the Goose flies quite well. “Parked” here at The Rocks parallel to Circular Quay West and George Street The location offers a great view of both, Harbour Bridge and Opera House Ok, let’s go flying Oh well, you know the drill: if it’s yell
    12 points
  14. My first landing at Alesund Vigra, at dusk, under windy conditions. On my previous post I mentioned the lack of realistic airliners for MSFS. Hope they come soon. The same cannot be said about sceneries: Orbx and its partners already released 15 (!!!!!) sceneries in less than one month. Amazing work. I bought them all, of course
    12 points
  15. Orbx is proud to return to our roots with our very first Australian product for Microsoft Flight Simulator - Cityscape Sydney! We know that many of you have been keenly awaiting news of our first homegrown project for the new sim, and as such we have to kick things off in style. Over nine months in development, Cityscape Sydney is an enormous project that pushes the boundaries of what is possible with the current MSFS SDK. Acclaimed developer Frank Schnibben (Cityscape Honolulu, Melbourne Cityscape for AUv2) has brought to life Australia's largest city with his debut MSFS scenery
    11 points
  16. One more set dedicated to this masterpiece created by Orbx developer @Frank Schnibben and his team.
    11 points
  17. You hit a home run with this scenery Ken !! . Thanks for looking for mates !! . John
    11 points
  18. Thanks to Nick for the helpful tips on posting shots now . Have a great week mates !! . John
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  19. The Navigraph annual survey is coming up which we again will be encouraging the community to partake in.
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  20. Have a great weekend mates !! . John
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  21. Part II of my exploration of Sydney area and surroundings
    10 points
  22. Well then chaps Thank you all for taking the time to enter the contest and vote so many great shots by the way. Now Then the winner is..... Jackbus. Now then well done to you now if you shoot Ed an email ed@Orbxsystems.com Saying which prize you would like with your OrbxDirect account details Ed will add your prize to your account. Well done to you a great shot. cheers Iain
    10 points
  23. Just the one. After my tropical vacation yesterday visiting Sydney , I decided to have a quick visit to what is now my old and dear friend - Bryce Canyon. Brrh !!!! I think back to Oz tomorrow Straight from the "v" key, but I couldn't resist a bit of tweaking of my new toy (WPP) as well ... Cheers Renault
    10 points
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  26. @Ken Hall's Bryce Canyon and SoFly weather presets. What an incredible combination!
    10 points
  27. I just wanted to say thank you for the end of the month sale along with the cross platform discount's with MS2020 . Cheers John
    10 points
  28. This airport and its surrounding region are stunning. I am speechless and breathless. I hope Orbx will release more and more small airfields like this for MSFS 2020.
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  30. Hello, then again, why not? The part that escapes me is the apparent need to remove all that has gone before. Given the wealth of choice, one can use them all, taking advantage of the best points of each one, depending on the type of flying that one wants to do.
    10 points
  31. I think the key point here is that some people will like subscriptions, and some won't. I don't think it's likely that we'd force all of our customers over to a subscription if we had that as an option. As a much larger example, you can either buy Xbox games outright, or use Xbox Game Pass. It gives the consumer more choice. If you don't like subscriptions, just don't use it.
    9 points
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