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FSX  Zanzibar International Airport , Tanzania, HTZA
0.25Mb (1255 downloads)
An improvement over the default airport/Scenery of Zanzibar, Tanzania
Posted Apr 16, 2009 19:23 by Bashir Ismail
 
EDUT Templin Gros Dolln, Germany,  V1
EDUT Templin Gros Dolln, Germany,  V1
0.28Mb (1099 downloads)
The Airport "Templin" was first used by the German "Luftwaffe". After the WW2 the Russian Airforce set up home there. This Airport was the biggest Airport in the GDR. I have resized the Runway to orginal 3500 x 60 meters.
Posted Apr 16, 2009 13:23 by Guido Weiß
 
0.43Mb (891 downloads)
This is my second Scenery for FSX. The Airport "Grossenhain" first were used by the German "Luftwaffe". After the WW2 the Russian Airforce become home there. After 1994 it becomes a free airport ready to use from everybody.
Posted Apr 16, 2009 12:37 by Guido Weiß
 
EDBN Brandis Waldpolenz 1994 V1
0.43Mb (726 downloads)
This is my first Scenery for FSX. The Airport "Brandis" first were used by the German "Luftwaffe" for training there Pilots. After that in the 40īs some new German Aircrafts was testet there like the "Sack AS-6". After the WW2 the Russian Airforce become home there. After 1994 it becomes a free airport ready to use from everybody. 2007 the last aircraft left the airport. Now it is the biggest Solarpark on the World.
Posted Apr 16, 2009 12:33 by Guido Weiß
 
Atibaia Sao Paulo, Brazil Photo Realistic Scenery Part 3
78.14Mb (1386 downloads)
Atibaia Sao Paulo, Brazil Photo Realistic Scenery Part 3. Revised files for easier download and install. Atibaia Sao Paulo, Brazil Photo Realistic Scenery. This is part of a scenery package for the area of Sao Paulo by Gilson Rocchetti.
Posted Apr 16, 2009 11:22 by Gilson Rocchetti
 
Atibaia Sao Paulo, Brazil Photo Realistic Scenery Part 2.
78.14Mb (1405 downloads)
Atibaia Sao Paulo, Brazil Photo Realistic Scenery Part 2. Revised files for easier download and install. Atibaia Sao Paulo, Brazil Photo Realistic Scenery. This is part of a scenery package for the area of Sao Paulo by Gilson Rocchetti.
Posted Apr 16, 2009 10:39 by Gilson Rocchetti
 
Atibaia Sao Paulo, Brazil Photo Realistic Scenery Part 1
78.14Mb (1530 downloads)
Atibaia Sao Paulo, Brazil Photo Realistic Scenery Part 1. Revised files for easier download and install. Atibaia Sao Paulo, Brazil Photo Realistic Scenery. This is part of a scenery package for the area of Sao Paulo by Gilson Rocchetti.
Posted Apr 16, 2009 10:14 by Gilson Rocchetti
 
Atibaia Sao Paulo, Brazil Photo Realistic Scenery Base Pack
Atibaia Sao Paulo, Brazil Photo Realistic Scenery Base Pack
25.99Mb (1643 downloads)
Atibaia Sao Paulo, Brazil Photo Realistic Scenery Base Pack Revised files for easier download and install. Atibaia Sao Paulo, Brazil Photo Realistic Scenery. This is part of a scenery package for the area of Sao Paulo by Gilson Rocchetti.
Posted Apr 16, 2009 09:36 by Gilson Rocchetti
 
FSX Beira International Airport, Mozambique, FQBR
FSX Beira International Airport, Mozambique, FQBR
6.15Mb (1349 downloads)
Beira is the second largest city in Mozambique. This Airport/scenery is an improvement over the Default in FSX
Posted Apr 14, 2009 14:51 by Bashir Ismail
 
Fort Langley, BC
0.55Mb (1125 downloads)
CBQ2 - Fort Langley, BC Welcome to Fort Langley! Located in the Township of Langley, Fort Langley is about a 45 min drive from Vancouver as well as the USA border crossing. They are conveniently located near the #1 Hwy and the Albion Ferry crossing. The Langley area was the first part of the lower mainland of British Columbia where European settlement was established. Fort Langley was built in 1827 under the direction of James McMillan, Chief Trader of the Hudson's Bay Company. It was situated about 50 kilometres (30 miles) from the mouth of the Fraser River. The prime objectives of the Fort were to establish a fur trading post and to initiate some agricultural activities, which would secure a steady supply of food for the occupants of the various fur trading posts west of the Rockies.
Posted Apr 14, 2009 03:29 by Daniel Louvet