Victoria, Canada area scenery Part 1
including the Southern Gulf Islands and the San Juan Islands
of the US. Features landclass, mesh, buildings, roads, airports,
floatplane bases, heliports, rails, AI floatplane, cruise ship,
boats. UTX compatible. By Don Grovestine, Jon Patch and Holger
Sandmann. Part 1 of 2. 58MB
Victoria, Canada area scenery Part 2including
the Southern Gulf Islands and the San Juan Islands of the US.
Features landclass, mesh, buildings, roads, airports, floatplane
bases, heliports, rails, AI floatplane, cruise ship, boats.
UTX compatible. By Don Grovestine, Jon Patch and Holger Sandmann.
Part 2 of 2. 60MB
AI Carrier Saratoga.
This is a tweak of Paul Clawson's Saratoga static scenery addon.
It adds a movable AI ship out of the Saratoga model that Paul
Clawson provided in the original package. Full integration with
AIShips, and Arrcab 2.6. Thanks to Paul Clawson, the original
author of his Beautiful Saratoga. 480K
Honolulu Yacht Harbour.
Add some boats, docks and birds to Flight Simulator X's Honolulu!
This adds birds, boats and docks to the yacht harbor in Flight
Simulator X. 530K
CFB North Star (CYNS) Scenery.
This is a completely fictional scenery project intended to
serve military traffic in the Canadian Arctic region, as well
as acting as home base for 409 Squadron. Features three 12500'
runways, navaids, AI parking, and night lighting. Don't stick
your tongue to anything metal out here! Project is entirely
Freeware, created by Brian Sturton. 1.6MB
Araxos Airforce Base, Greece, Scenery. Revised accurate
afcad and Scenery for Araxos Airforce Base, Greece. B - 116
Combat Wing 335 Mira "Tigris" (Tigers) and 336"Olymbos"
(Hawk) Served by A-7E TA-7C. Thanks to Google Earth for imagery.
Alan Mccarthy. 190K
Las Vegas, Nevada (NV) Area Scenery.
This package contains photo-scenery for the greater area of
Las Vegas, covering an area of 3.250 sq km. It reaches from
the foothills of Mt. Charleston to Lake Mead (partly covered).
The scenery in standard FS2004-resolution of 4.7m/pixel. It
works equally well in FS2004 and FSX. By Gottfried Razek/http://www.blueskyscenery.com.