Falcon Field (KFFZ) – Created by Jeppeson2001

Falcon Field Airport got it’s start in 1941 to serve as a training field for British WWII Pilots. Falcon was to be named Thunderbird Field III and would train British pilots. However, the British said they would like the field to be named after one of their birds, and thus Falcon Field opened. Eventually it became a civil airport and is now owned and operated by the City of Mesa. Falcon Airport is home to the largest flight school in the world, CAE Oxford Aviation Academy. Falcon is also home to one of the largest Commemorative Air Force units which…

Wing 42’s Bleriot IX

The Blériot XI was the 11th machine constructed by French aviator Louis Blériot and it made its first flight at Issy-les-Moulineaux (near Paris) on Jan. 23, 1909. The Blériot was a great sporting and technical feat, and opened the way for the birth of the aeronautics industry.

PMDG DC-6

PMDG’s debut product for Microsoft Flight Simulator, the magnificent, new, flight simulation engine created by Microsoft and Asobo Studios is finally available.  The PMDG Douglas DC-6 has been built from the ground up to capitalize on the vast strengths of this new simulation platform and brings to life the magestic DC-6 in a way never before possible.

Just Flight’s PA-28R Turbo Arrow III/IV

The PA-28R Turbo Arrow III and Arrow IV are four seater, turbocharged piston-engine aircraft equipped with a retractable tricycle landing gear and constant-speed propeller – ideal for touring and instrument training.

Project Coastline Italy + Grosseto Airport

Explore over 400km/250mi of Italian enhanced coastline, for hours of VFR fun.

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