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    December 2021 Update

    By Andrew Heath

    CAPTAINS, (if you have been in the flight simulation community long enough, you will understand the "Captains" reference) The last technology blog post was published in May of 2020, and what a long journey it has been for our team since then! Thankfully that long arduous development journey has come to an end and users will be able to benefit from our hard work. I want to start off by answering some common questions and clearing misconceptions. Is POSCON dead? Absolutely
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X-Plane Model Library Setback

Back in September of 2019, I was browsing through X-Plane community downloads in order to find additional models to enhance the POSCON X-Plane Pilot Client model distribution. During the course of my search, I came across the X-CSL model package and reached out to the X-CSL team via their Contact form to obtain authorization to use their package in our software. The X-CSL team granted POSCON permission back then, but as of January 2022, they have unilaterally revoked that permission. The ma

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POSCON ATC Plans / FAQ

Controllers! Hello and thank you for your interest in ATC on the POSCON network. This post will serve as a insight to what ATC is like currently, what our plans are for the future, and how you can be part of it. Our development team has been busy working on radar client, divisions, ATC booking system, and I would like to take this time to bring you in on the big picture.   POSCON ATC Philosophy Our goal is to create a robust and logical ATC system across the globe. Many on our tea

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