It's that time of year again! All throughout this week, developers and stores alike have been putting up sales and deals on their X-Plane products. Here's your ultimate resource for helping your wallet lose a bit of weight post-holiday season 2018.
We'll keep this list updated throughout the weekend, so check back for further deals later!
Developers are listed in alphabetical order - Prices in USD unless otherwise specified.
[Edit 1, 2042z]: Added Skyline Simulations & RealityXP sales.
As ever, Polish brand Drzewiecki Design have a sale running on their range of scenery products over the Easter weekend. All of their individual airports, VFR city packs, and airport packs are available for 30% off.
Russian aircraft tycoons Flight Factor have discounted their popular 767 addon this Easter, with the Extended pack down $20 to $72USD and the base addon with the -300ER variant, rather confusingly only discounted by 20%, leading to a $14.40USD saving.
You can grab the plane for yourself on the X-Plane.org store here.
Brazillan developer Globall Art have discounted four of their current range of airports over on FSPilotShop, with their most recent release, Montreal, down $10 from $24.95USD.
Learn more at FSPilotShop.
HiFi's one and only X-Plane product, Active Sky XP, is discounted this weekend, down from the usual price point of $41.87USD to $29.31USD (EUR 25.19) - a tidy 30% saving.
If you'd like to check out ASXP before you buy, see our review of it here.
The British aircraft development group have unveiled a huge sale this Easter, with a "pick and mix" deal running on 5 of their X-Plane aircraft. Discounts apply when buying 2 or more of their planes, with a 2-combo costing $45USD, 3 planes setting you back $60USD and a 4-combo priced at $75USD.
If you'd like to see how well their C152 performs against other addons, check out our review of the aircraft here.
You can find out more on the Just Flight website.
NMG Simulations are offering discounts on many of their South African X-Plane products, with 30% off across the range.
Grab them for yourself on simMarket.
The multi-control units by Reality XP are on sale, down from $49.95 to $35.00. They include all units, across all flight sims.
Further details of the products can be viewed on Reality XP's website.
Scenery developers Skyline Simulations have discounted all of their X-Plane addons this Easter weekend. The recently released Billy Bishop (CYTZ) is now selling at EUR 20.30.
Find out more on the Skyline Simulations web store here.
XP11 Scenery Builders have sales running on most of their North American X-Plane addons, all of which down from $15USD to $9.75USD. The proceeds of selected airport sales goes to charity.
You can learn more at FSPilotShop.
That's all for now. Ensure to check back over the weekend to see if you've missed any deals!
Thanks to user Janis on our Discord server for pointing a deal out. If you see a sale not on this list, notify us though our Discord server here.