4.27Mb (1022 downloads)
This is a simple upgrade to Australian Airbases Amberly and East Sales. It adds Military Combat and Cargo parking spots, Static F-111G aircraft, AI F-111C, F-111G and EF-111A aircraft and flight plans. Each AI aircraft has its own tail number and is addressed by ATC with that tail number. Installer has option to add AI aircraft only if you already have an add-on scenery package for these airbases.
Posted Aug 26, 2011 10:30 by Steve Hess
12.39Mb (547 downloads)
Kent state University Airport, Stow, Ohio. Includes photoscenery, custon blend masks, real-to-life airport specs, custom trees, and corrected runway placement. This project was built using SBuilderX, Airport Design Editior X, Gimp photo editing tool, Abucus Scenery Shortcut, and the Defualt FSX SDK.
Posted Aug 24, 2011 17:29 by FlierForLife
7.16Mb (2080 downloads)
Scenery of Doncourt-les-Conflans (France) LFGR airfield a few miles east of Metz. Photoreal ground with seasonal and night variants. Detailed hangars, animated windsock, static planes, nearest village all in 3D, fuel area, cars, trucks, etc. VAC chart and doc included. By D. Bur.
Posted Aug 24, 2011 10:56 by D. Bur
130.53Mb (1802 downloads)
Areduced resolution fsX version of my port of the Christchurch post-earthquake photoreal data set acquired on 2011.02.24 by NZ Aerial Mapping for the Christchurch Response Centre, available courtesy of Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) this is LOD 14 - 4.8m per pixel original port was LOD 17 - 0.6m per pixel, a 6gb dataset http://www.youtube.com/user/antdavisonNZ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssNwcvtaLqc 2011.08.19
Posted Aug 20, 2011 07:41 by Antony Davison
19.41Mb (500 downloads)
Airport reworked to real world specs, including all taxiways, parking, hangars, all real buildings on airport grounds, photoscenery, and GA planes in parking spaces. Built using Airport Design Editor X, SBuilderX, and the default FSX SDK. Nashua Municipal Airport, also known as Boire Field, is a public airport located three miles (5 km) northwest of the central business district (CBD) of Nashua, a city in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA.
Posted Aug 19, 2011 12:29 by FlierForLife
0.01Mb (564 downloads)
-This STOL Resort Scenery makes for a challenging experience. The field is at high altitude (4100), has a short 2,700 ft runway, and has trees surrounding the runway on all sides. ONly to add to it, the runway is on the vey top of a mounitain, so your visual approach skills will be challenged. Airport made using default FSX SDK.
Posted Aug 18, 2011 09:44 by FlierForLife
7.45Mb (1434 downloads)
Scenery of Nancy-Azelot airfield, France. A few miles south of Nancy, that is not in FSX stock airports. Photoreal ground with seasonal variants. Custom hangars, animated windsock, static planes, cows, sheeps, etc. Works with FSX and FSXA, compatible with lfez_fsx.zip and lfsn_fsx.zip. By D. Bur
Posted Aug 17, 2011 11:25 by Didier Bur
87.94Mb (1056 downloads)
Ants Aussie Airports Vol. 13 : Hamilton VIC Australia YHML Hamilton airport is located in Western Victoria with the Grampian Mountains only a short flight north east of the airfield. Regular passenger transport is supplied by Sharp Airlines with flights to Melbourne (via Portland sometimes) and Adelaide. Sharp Airlines operates a fleet of Metros. Fire fighting operations are also based at Hamilton (the water tanks and shed just north of the apron are for the fire fighting aircraft). This scenery was created by Anthony Lynch based on photos supplied by members at Aussiex.
Posted Aug 16, 2011 04:58 by Anthony Lynch
14.90Mb (1837 downloads)
CFB North Star (version 7) fictional Canadian arctic military/commercial base for FSX. Features triple runway configuration of the earlier versions, along with custom buildings and effects. Three alternate scenery configurations are provided for, including opened hangars, with unique library objects that may be used in other freeware scenery projects. Also includes flightplans and AI ship traffic (the icebreaker CCGS Louis St-Laurent). FREEWARE by Brian Sturton.
Posted Aug 14, 2011 15:33 by Brian Sturton