Popular Prepar3D/FSX developer Aeroplane Heaven have debuted their latest project and their first for X-Plane 11. The Globe Swift is one of Aeroplane Heaven's "simpler" aircraft and was selected to make the jump to Laminar's sim due to ease of using the smaller plane.
Though Aeroplane Heaven themselves have labelled the Globe Swift as "one of our more simple aircraft", the X-Plane 11 entry will not lack features, with FMOD sounds on the table already.
The announcement was made via Facebook earlier today where they gave a little more insight into their first XP craft.
"We thought you might be interested in something a little different that we've been working on. We've been impressed with the changes to X-Plane 11 and decided to have a go at converting one of our more simpler aircraft over to X-Plane 11. Lots to go as we're learning SASL/lua, Fmod sound and tweaking what we can/understand with the flight dynamics. Once we've ironed out some of the quibbles we'll do a small private test then a public test a little later on."
You can follow progress on the Aeroplane Heaven Globe Swift on their Facebook page, where you can also see more previews of the aircraft.