Well, there are some 3rd party traffic addons. World Traffic 3 and Traffic Global are the two I have tried. I like Traffic Global out of the two of them. What I am not sure about is if P2A can ‘see’ the AI traffic generated by these addons. I think P2A has a 10 day trial period, so I should probably give it a try.
Looks like a few Black Friday sales are on in X-Plane land:
First: The X-Plane.org store has its sale on. 615 items at various discounts in a chaotic mess . If you have particular models in mind, you can skip that and just go to the model page and the sale value should be there.
Second: X-Aviation has a sale on as well. Link below:
BTW: I know it is a Cessna, but the AirFoilLabs Cessna 172SP is, I think, one of the best modules representing the 172SP on X-Plane. It adds the walk around, checklists and maintenance tracker features that all the other ones don’t have. Yeah, X-Plane comes with one of those aircraft, but in my mind, the AirFoilLabs treatment is superb! It has also been updated to the new X-Plane 11.40 flight model!
It means you should buy it only if you can live with some quirks or the possibility that the aircraft won’t behave as expected. There have been a lot of changes under the X-Plane hood since version 10. Having said that, I have taken the risk a few times and have generally been satisfied with the results.
Yeah…with any XP-10 offerings, you would be well served to take a look at the ORG forums first to browse the developer forum to see what issues exist, and whether either the developer or users have come up with solutions…
Right now, I would only recommend the 407 (xp11 version), Bell 412, the free(!) Bell 427 and the latest little guys from VSKYLABS. The R44, 300 and A350 are on the pipeline to be brought up to XP11 standards. Judging by the reaction on the forum, you might regret buying now.