projectFLY Updated to v4.0.3 with Support for Microsoft Flight Simulator

August 18, 2020

projectFLY has been updated to v4.0.3 with support for the newly-released Microsoft Flight Simulator, as well as containing several bug fixes.

The latest update to the flight tracking and logging application follows on from v4.0.2 a couple of weeks prior, which added a new GDPR exporter courtesy of a new team member and fixed several bugs.

The full changelog for today’s update is as follows:

Added:

  • Adds MSFS support! (click autodetect so find MFS Sim Path & then change your connection type)
  • Added MSFS default aircraft to icon list

Fixed:

  • Fixed flight selection tool tip
  • Fixed the active flight bug
  • Fixed simBrief OFP format text
  • Contract Bids should now finally be working

projectFLY now appears to be back on the up following the rocky release of v4 in June, which left users unable to create flight bookings in the application.

Yesterday, its leader Matt Davies wrote a long message to the community explaining the current situation of projectFLY, and reassured users projectFLY will be “thriving” twelve months from now. It is available to read through this link.

The update is available to download through this link.

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