78.43Mb (857 downloads)
This scenery is of Truk Atoll depicting the time period during WWII. The scenery includes the basic islands created from satellite images. Also included are three airfields used by the Japanese and the naval base at Dublon. Many effects are included along with sounds of the time. This scenery is created by Tom Stovall. Many of the objects are used with the permission of Mark Schimmer and other contributors.
Posted Dec 31, 2012 20:01 by b
8.33Mb (3794 downloads)
An all new landclass and accurate coastline scenery of the Maltese Islands compatible with FSX only. It also includes some static generic scenery to highlight certain prominent areas around the islands such as the Grand Harbour, Freeport, plus more. If you own Malta Intl Airport v2, only Malta XGen v1.2 is required.
Posted Dec 30, 2012 01:18 by Ryan Speakman
13.32Mb (2041 downloads)
Scenery of Chambley-Bussieres (France). Former AFBase LF52, now LFJY. Home of the "Ailes Mosellanes" aero-club. Photorealistic ground texture with seasonnal effects. Includes 80 custom models and 500 library objects, static planes, cars, animated flags and windsocks, vehicles, peoples, birds, etc. VAC chart included. Works with FSX and FSXA. By D. Bur
Posted Dec 29, 2012 09:18 by uploader
0.74Mb (1052 downloads)
Inagua - The Bahamas (MYIG). MYIG is the southernmost airport in the Bahamas. At nearby Matthew Town is the Morton Salt Company's main facility - Inagua's main industry. The scenery includes custom scenery objects; placement of library objects and landclass changes. The airport is also moved to it's proper location. Scenery is based on Google Earth and Microsoft Bing imagery and photos taken locally, and it is optimized for use with or without UTX-TAC. By: Art Poole
Posted Dec 22, 2012 12:28 by art poole
3.47Mb (1255 downloads)
Columbia SC, KCAE. The Columbia Metropolitan Airport Authority has provided substantial information about KCAE online, making it possible to pretty accurately model this airport. The taxiway signs have been placed according to exhibits in the airport's certification manual, and taxiway designations have been revised in accordance with upgrades to be effective mid-November 2012. Most buildings have been custom modeled in accordance with information available on the internet, including Microsoft Bing birdseye views. The airport layout and landclass changes are in accordance with Google Earth imagery. By: Art Poole
Posted Dec 16, 2012 07:01 by art poole