1.95Mb (7312 downloads)
Area 51 Airbase, Nevada. I don't think Area 51 needs explanation. I just say that it's a secret base (the most famous in the world) which operates since the sovietic war (also known as "cold war"). It's located on a protected zone in the Nevada desert. Only authorized personnel allowed. In my work I did the best. I think that it is the most similar project than ever. Try to believe you are there! Anything in this scenery is new: fsx did not a good job with the default, so I started from zero. Now it's full of objects.
Posted Sep 5, 2011 07:36 by Skara Scenery
26.33Mb (3849 downloads)
This is the first significant upgrade of ADE since version 1.47 almost two years ago and contains a number of new and improved features and fixes for old problems. New and updated features include - ProKey features include Custom Hiding objects, ADE responds to key presses in FS, Load last saved project and improvements to the Move Airport Feature - List third party libraries used. This is currently a basic feature to list the libraries for objects used in your project - Beacons and Effects can now be placed - New List for helper shapes and many lists now support multiple selection and delete - Improved multiple selection in the main display including 'rubber band' - Most objects can now be copied and pasted - Undo/Redo extended to support actions with vertices - Select and drag a taxi link rather than dragging its end nodes Fixes include - Improvements to the handling of background images that should help the performance issues found in the past - Stopping the display drift that can be exhibited when ADE is connected to FSX and the display Locked to the user aircraft - Problem of dialog buttons being lost where users used dpi settings greated than 96. Jon Masterson, ScruffyDuck Software
Posted Sep 3, 2011 14:18 by archive
3.75Mb (3795 downloads)
Palermo Punta Raisi Intl Airport-Update. This is the update of the previous Palermo P.Raisi (previous version had 1678 downloads). The plan file is revised, and there are new custom objects
Posted Sep 1, 2011 11:29 by Skara Scenery
23.88Mb (2285 downloads)
Scenery of Nancy-Pont Saint-Vincent (France) and airfield LFSV that is not part of FSX stock airports. Photoreal ground with seasonal an night variants, landclass adds the nearest city and its steel factories. Airfield has 4 runways, two of them being closed. Custom hangars, animated windsock, static planes, cars, etc. VAC and doc included. Works with FSX and FSXA. By D. Bur
Posted Aug 31, 2011 09:48 by michael litze
0.79Mb (915 downloads)
FSX Kohnan Airport RJBK, Japan. Kohnan Airport is a public aerodrome located on the shores of Lake Kojima, and about eight kilometers south of Okayama, in western part of Honshu Island, Japan. Based on satellite imagery, this scenery enhances the default FSX scenery for RJBK, using standard FSX scenery objects, as well as a few objects from FSX Acceleration. By Ian W.
Posted Aug 31, 2011 09:36 by michael litze
0.76Mb (4367 downloads)
FSX S Kansai Int'l Airport RJBB, Japan. Kansai Intl Airport is an island airport situated offshore from Sennan City in the southeast of Osaka Bay, Southern Japan. Based on satellite imagery, this scenery enhances the default FSX scenery for RJBB, using standard FSX scenery objects, as well as a few objects from FSX Acceleration. By Ian W.
Posted Aug 31, 2011 09:35 by michael litze
0.99Mb (1144 downloads)
FSX Tokushima Airport (RJOS). Tokushima Airport (RJOS) is located near Tokushima City, on the north-east coast of Shikoku Island, Japan. Based on satellite imagery, this scenery enhances the default FSX scenery for RJBB, using standard FSX scenery objects, as well as a few objects from FSX Acceleration. By Ian W.
Posted Aug 28, 2011 04:13 by michael litze
0.84Mb (1655 downloads)
FSX Hiroshima Airport (RJOA). Hiroshima Airport (RJOA) is situated in the city of Mihara, 50km east of Hiroshima, Japan. Based on satellite imagery, this scenery enhances the default FSX scenery for RJOA, using standard FSX scenery objects, as well as a few objects from FSX Acceleration. By Ian W.
Posted Aug 28, 2011 04:12 by michael litze