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LockheedMartin59 karma

Adam: Navigraph is listed on our Featured Developers page, and we definitely recommend reaching out to them for any development and future Prepar3D compatibility questions. 

LockheedMartin52 karma

Robert: We recognize this is a much requested update for the platform. The globe and associated NAVAIDs are something we are focused on improving moving forward. We will have more specific information on this in the future. We’re also privileged to have such talented third-party developers constantly making new content and enhancements to the platform.

LockheedMartin46 karma

Adam: We are proud to announce Prepar3D v4.1 will release on Oct. 10, 2017 at 3 p.m. EST

LockheedMartin45 karma

Good question! Our spacecraft name actually came from Greek and Roman mythology, Jupiter drew a veil of clouds around himself to hide his mischief. It was Jupiter's wife, the goddess Juno, who was able to look beneath the clouds to see what the planet is up to to help us understand the planet’s structure and history. --- Kevin

LockheedMartin45 karma

Beau: We have made improvements over the years and will continue to do so. Since every aircraft is unique and flight modeling specifics are often proprietary, our primary focus has been on extensibility via the Prepar3D SDK. Using the SDK, developers can create completely custom flight modeling from scratch. Check out the ISimObject samples in the SDK for more details.