This addon fixed any extreme water height issues I could find around Anchorage and in the following National Parks: Denali, Lake Clark, Katamai, Kenai Fjords, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Glacier National Park, and all space in between.
Posted Oct 1, 2020 00:59 by conneCT
VOHS - Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, India. First ever indian scenery for MSFS2020. Highly detailed VOHS (Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi International Airport) for MSFS2020. The scenery objects were re-used from my XPlane-11 scenery. Made a few enhancements to it. Hope you enjoy it.
Posted Sep 30, 2020 01:03 by conneCT
MSFS C152X Realism Mod. Some of the current improvements (not exhaustive): Modified stall speeds flap up/flap down in accordance with published information. Aircraft will now stall at a significantly higher speed. Numerous changes to engine performance, now in accordance with Lycoming O-235L2C (115HP, 2700RPM) See note below. Fuel consumption adjusted. Long Range Fuel Tanks 37.5USG total useable. See note below. Fuel Gauges correctly calibrated. Fuel Gauge indications will vary realistically in out of balance flight (depending on quantity of fuel in tank) and also on the ground when the aircraft is not wings level. More ...
Posted Sep 30, 2020 00:03 by gamr101
Add some very much needed scenario to Skagway, Alaska. The original scenario is missing a lot of detail and, to make matters worse, has some cruise ships and the marina very clearly visible in the background image of the port. To install simply drop into your Community folder. This is my first scenery so I'm not sure if everything is ok, especially concerning library dependencies. Be sure to check my other scenarios in the same area:
Posted Sep 29, 2020 01:05 by conneCT
The Millau Viaduct (French: Viaduc de Millau) is a multi-span cable-stayed bridge completed in 2004 across the gorge valley of the Tarn near Millau in Southern France. The design team was led by engineer Michel Virlogeux and English architect Norman Foster. As of September 2020, it is the tallest bridge in the world, having a structural height of 336.4 metres (1,104 ft). The Millau Viaduct is part of the A75–A71 autoroute axis from Paris to Béziers and Montpellier. The cost of construction was approximately € 394 million ($ 424 million). It was built over three years, formally inaugurated on 14 December 2004, and opened to traffic two days later on 16 December. The bridge has been consistently ranked as one of the greatest engineering achievements of modern times, and received the 2006 Outstanding Structure Award from the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering.
Posted Sep 28, 2020 04:07 by conneCT
0.16Mb (307 downloads)
Pushback Helper is an external application which helps you to manage push back operations by clicking simple buttons. You have no need to change radio frequency to use push back inside the sim. Both push back tug and forklift is supported. If you are close enough to these vehicles, they will come and connected to your aircraft when you toggle. To show/hide main UI simply press Page Up key. This project is open source under GNU license. Project page: https://github.com/metindikbas/msfs-pushback-helper-app
Posted Sep 28, 2020 02:02 by Pushback Helper
MSFS G36 Project version 0.4 This is the improvement project for the MSFS default G36. At this moment, the modification mainly focuses on flight performance fixes. This was made possible with the help of the community consisting of both enthusiasts and G/A36 (ex-)pilots.
Posted Sep 28, 2020 01:05 by gamr101
22.27Mb (214 downloads)
BushflyingDelight is offering you adventures that can be experienced within Microsoft FlightSimulator. It is a scenery package, yes, but the idea is more to offer you adventures that can be experienced within MSFS; SAR, difficult landings for STOL acrobats and some kind of detective story. It is fictional work. If you will like that kind of game experience I would be happy to continue to tell you the story of "Crazy Vince". Everything happens in that beauty of bushflyers paradise: Kodiak Island in Alaska!
Posted Sep 27, 2020 08:38 by BushflyingDelight