Hi there!
Welcome to the world of VSKYLABS Aerospace Simulations

I am a retired pilot (thousands of flight hours and instruction on props, turboprops, high performance jets...). I am also an experienced aircraft accident investigator, specialized in aircraft performance analysis, FDR analysis, flight path recreation/reconstruction and simulation using real-time simulation aids.

X-Plane came into my life back in the year 2000 (v5.53 was my first X-Plane version). I had the opportunity to fly some of the most amazing aircraft both in real life and in X-Plane. Although PC based flight simulators (to be more precise...any kind of flight simulator) can't replicate every aspect of flight perfectly, X-Plane does it pretty well, giving the limitations of computer-based flight simulation nowadays. I love it!

I am not a 'company' nor try to race any other developers/groups. I'm also not a 'team'... Aviation and space takes a major part in my life for decades, either in my real-life work and as a hobby. I create my models out of curiosity and excitement, and I share the ones that exceeds a certain degree of quality as a "low-cost" payware products. All of my models are 'experimental' creations in terms of internal engineering and building techniques, as well as flight performance wise, and an update/upgrade plan is always to be expected. My products are pure 'home-made' and lots of information, screenshots etc... can be found in every project's page.

I'm also available for support and discussion through my support forum and e-mail.

Here are some links that you might find useful:

That's pretty much it!

Fly safe!



  1. Thanks for the Euro Fox updates. I saw ine for real today!

  2. Thank you for making such great looking, and flying aircraft. bought the euro fox ,and phoenix love both . it's nice that your making light sport aircraft that you can't find anywhere else, plus doing an amazing job making them. thanks again..

  3. I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE your DC-3. I can't believe that you can do such amazing work, especially for a one-man team. I've been flying it a LOT and your flight performance is spot on. You're right up there with Caranedo/Alabeo, and I mean that with the highest praise. I only wish I could know as much about aircraft design as you've demonstrated with this and all of your previous work. What's next, AirCam? ;-)

  4. Thank you all guys :)
    AirCam is a great candidate! chances are high! :)



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