224.60Mb (660 downloads)
Hondarribia Aireportua/ San Sebastian, Spain, 2016 for FSX. This is a little upgrade ("lift surgery") over the default fsx airport. Layout is modified following satellite coordinates. Some textures are removed replaced by DAY/NIGHT, AND ALL SEASONS Photoscenery. Other fsx projects at www.terreak.tk
Posted Aug 25, 2016 11:22 by Orlando Veas
9.26Mb (335 downloads)
This v3 replaces versions 1 & 2 which had a couple of bgl's with alpha issues in their texture. This version incorporates a choice of blending into either the fsx default landscape or the Orbx AU landscape. Bacchus Marsh Airfield is located approx 40km WNW of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It was never included in the original FSX. This airport has been modeled from photographs freely available off the internet. A folder is enclosed to give comparisons of detail at ground level. In Display Settings, set texture resolution as desired. All hangars are my generic ones and chosen for similarity in shape, colour and size to the real ones on the ground. The package includes about 100 FSDS custom made scenery objects ranging from hangars to ground litter and many in between, useful for also installing in other rural airports via a scenery editor. It includes some grass and tussocks vegetation to help give the visual of a rural airfield.
Posted Aug 18, 2016 10:03 by Robert Budd
20.52Mb (509 downloads)
FSX KINF Inverness, Fl (X40) USA This scenery is to reposition and populate the KINF airport, which in FSX is placed about a mile NE of it's actual real world position. Custom buildings and photo landscape. If you have any questions, comments, compliments, concerns or requests please e-mail me . Please read the installation instructions. By Jan Claus
Posted Aug 15, 2016 02:57 by uploader
5.24Mb (498 downloads)
This project includes the neighboring Goma Intl (FZNA) and Gisenyi (HRYG) airports. After Goma's only runway was severely damaged by the eruption of Mount Nyiragongo in 2002, the runway, originally 3000m long, was reduced to 1800m of serviceable pavement after lava flowed onto the northern part runway and through the city center. In 2013, German NGO Welthungerhilfe ("World Hunger Aid") signed a contract to rehabilitate 500m of runway damaged by the lavaflow. Goma resumed scheduled international flights in 2015, and this project reflects the airport as of March 2016, with runway 18/36 renumbered to 17/35. SRTMGL1 (30m) mesh brings the volcanoes in the area into much greater detail. This scenery is complimented by the Kigali Intl (HRYR) scenery (FSX_HRYR_Kigali_2016.zip). Updates were created or rebuilt in a manner which carefully aligns airport data with current satellite imagery. Scenery was created using Airport Design Editor X v1.70.6042, SBuilderX 3.13, and the FSX Object Placement Tool. Scenery objects were added and modified from stock FSX scenery to resemble as closely as possible the actual airports. The FSX apron lights included are from the set created by Jim Dhaenens.
Posted Aug 3, 2016 16:17 by Carlyle Sharpe
16.99Mb (744 downloads)
This sequel to the 2009 Kigali Intl (HRYR) Rwanda scenery (by Jacques Botha and Frits Beyer) brings it up to date with the current layout and enables full compliance with FTX Global/Vector and FSX. Buildings are added and adjusted to their real-world locations, and the new taxiway and south apron are added according to the May 2016 satellite imagery. In addition to real-world gate locations, custom apron markings are added along with apron lighting. The landclass around Kigali is also updated, and SRTMGL1 (30m) mesh is included. This scenery can be complimented by the Goma (FZNA) and Gisenyi (HRYG) scenery (FSX_FZNA-HRYG_CS.zip), and GA flightplans are included to supplement the commercial traffic at Kigali and provide more activity at FZNA and HRYG. Updates were created or rebuilt in a manner which carefully aligns airport data with current satellite imagery. Scenery was created using Airport Design Editor X v1.70.6042, SBuilderX 3.13, and the FSX Object Placement Tool. Scenery objects were added and modified from stock FSX scenery to resemble as closely as possible the actual airports. The FSX apron lights included are from the set created by Jim Dhaenens.
Posted Aug 3, 2016 16:13 by Carlyle Sharpe, Jacques Botha, and Frits Beyer
14.55Mb (429 downloads)
In 1989, the airport commenced civilian operations with one flight per day. The original runway was 6,000 ft (1,800 m) long and a new 10,007 ft (3,050 m)-long and 60 m (200 ft)-wide runway was inaugurated on 15 June 2007 to accommodate medium-sized and wide body aircraft. With the installation and calibration of the instrument landing system on runway 28, the airport got night landing facilities in July 2007, with the inaugural flight of Dornier Do 228 operated by Indian Navy. The night landing facility became operational from 30 March 2008 for commercial Airlines, SpiceJet is the first Airline to use night landing facility at India's Visakhapatnam Airport. A new terminal building was inaugurated on 20 February 2009 and became operational on 27 March 2009.
Posted Jul 30, 2016 05:56 by Ratan Lewis
413.22Mb (997 downloads)
I built this Auto Sports Race Track Simulation environment based on Lime Rock Race Park CT, and it is totally free! Besides providing an exhilarating experience at 198 MPH on the straight and the fact they you can go Multi-User in FSX, well you might just run into some race car drivers enjoying their practice runs too ! You get a nice photo surreal virtual race track and environment and plenty of hot cars too ! Have Fun !
Posted Jul 25, 2016 22:36 by Orion K. Daley
131.57Mb (467 downloads)
The Island and airstrip of Aero, Denmark. Aero is a small island situated in the area south of Funen among many other small islands. This Area is only a short flight away from Northern Germany and called "The Danish South Funen Archepelago". During the summer season many tourists and sailors use to visit this Area with its green and rich nature, with miles of white sand beaches and with plenty of fishing opportunities.
Posted Jul 20, 2016 01:29 by uploader
10.36Mb (403 downloads)
This project adds the booming city of Hawassa, Ethiopia, creates the new international airport (HALA), moves (and rebuilds) the downtown airport (recoded to HALX), and includes AI flight plans for the Ethiopian Airlines service that began April 2016. Tested in both the default FSX: Acceleration and with FTX Global/Vector, accurate coastlines, lakes, road data, and SRTMGL1 (30m) mesh, as well as corrected landclass are provided based on the latest available satellite imagery. The Hawassa International Airport was created using information from the current satellite footprint and the promotional video from Ethiopian Airports Enterprise (EAE). Although there is still very little published data on the airport, it is fully functional. Updates were created or rebuilt in a manner which carefully aligns airport data with current satellite imagery. Scenery was created using Airport Design Editor X v1.70.6042, SBuilderX 3.13, and the FSX Object Placement Tool. Scenery objects were added and modified from stock FSX scenery to resemble as closely as possible the actual airports. The FSX apron lights included are from the set created by Jim Dhaenens. Thanks to Ron Blehm for bringing this part of the world to my attention.
Posted Jul 19, 2016 16:10 by Carlyle Sharpe