I was recently ask why Coolsky doesn't develop for and support Lockheed Martin's Prepar3D flight simulator. The discussion quickly turned into one about the future of flight simming since P3D is often held up as the future of flight simming. I will try to explain here why I don't develop for or support P3D, and why I don't think it is the future of flight simming.
The DC-9 Classic comes with these 6 liveries in the release package:
Being an old design, the MD-80 cockpit has what seems like knobs and switches everywhere. This can be a bit confusing and overwhelming for the pilots just starting to fly this bird. One of the most frequently asked questions we get on the support forum is "how do you start it up?". Well, this video tutorial seeks to answer that very question.
Günter Steiner from the LINDA project is currently working on a LINDA module for the DC-9 Classic.
LINDA is an interface that sits between the aircraft and your hardware (joystick or other input device) and makes assigning swiches as simple as possible.
You can read more about the LINDA project at fs-linda.com.