651.08Mb (763 downloads)
FSEarthtiles photo-real New York metro area with Water-mask overlay. Technique instructions included in readme. Approx. 537 square miles. No autogen or night textures - not tested with DX-10 or P3D.
Posted Apr 29, 2017 21:08 by Jim Waters
56.35Mb (597 downloads)
DG04 is a fictional airport located in Carinthia at the Grossglockner, the highest mountain in Austria with 12,460ft, 80km south of Salzburg. It's at 10,500ft, has 2 main runways, a smaller one, a water runway and several starts and helipads. Due to the thin air at this height, there's a downhill "runway" down to the artificial lake Moserboden for starts with props. (xD) I've also done some deco to small surrounding airports. DG04 is part of a series of meanwhile 46 smaller and bigger airports which will follow asap. A small update for my previous airport DG01 is included too. If you already have installed it, just overwrite the files. Enjoy, greetz, Dagobert
Posted Apr 29, 2017 10:47 by Dagobert
13.70Mb (753 downloads)
Borg Al Arab International Airport, Egypt, HEBA 2017 For FSX. Features: * All of the buildings and hangars models have been designed using SketchUp 2016 Numerous photographs have been used as reference. * Textures are "re-used" where possible, thereby improving frame-rates. * Airport Design editor X has been used extensively to provide parking, aprons and taxiways and to place various objects. By Mohamed El Salamoni
Posted Apr 29, 2017 04:06 by uploader
2.92Mb (188 downloads)
RAF Winthorpe opened in September 1940 and was used as a satellite for RAF Swinderby. It had a long and varied career, mainly as a Heavy Conversion unit. I am not going into too much history here as an in-depth history can be viewed on the very good Newark Air Museum site www.newarkairmuseum.org The runways, peri track and hangars are pretty much as was; As are the vast majority of the buildings, however, I cannot guarantee that the building used are 100% the correct type of building or in the actual place on the airfield, although I have done my best. (Much of the map I had was out of focus and the building listings were not complete. Anyway, I hope you enjoy my version of RAF Winthorpe.
Posted Apr 28, 2017 10:39 by Terry Boissel
601.57Mb (557 downloads)
FSX - 900 square miles (est.) of photo FSEarth tiles scenery. 2 meters/pixel for Orlando south to KMCO airport in 2 bgl files. Daytime only - no autogen.
Posted Apr 27, 2017 03:36 by Jim Waters
24.17Mb (345 downloads)
DG01 is a fictional airport located on the "Rax", a mountain range in Austria between Lower Austria and Styria, 80km away from Vienna. It's 5800ft high, has 2 main runways, 3 smaller ones, custom navaids and objects, several starts and helipads. DG01 is part of a series of meanwhile 46 smaller and bigger airports which will follow asap. Google-Earth-kmz-file is included, ICAO = DG01, coordinates are: 47.700628° (47" 42.04') 15.602656° (15" 36.16') Unzip and put the folder "Dagobert" to C:\Program Files (x86)\Flight Simulator X\Addon Scenery. Then activate "Dagobert" in the scenery library. Any 30m-mesh (or higher) is recommended (Austria Pro X, FreeMesh X Global, FS Global, FTX Global Vector) but not necessary. Enjoy, greetz, Dagobert !
Posted Apr 23, 2017 09:49 by Dagobert
11.83Mb (632 downloads)
Luxor International Airport HELX 2017 For FSX. * All of the buildings and hangars models have been designed using SketchUp 2016 Numerous photographs have been used as reference. * Textures are "re-used" where possible, thereby improving frame-rates. * Airport Design editor X has been used extensively to provide parking, aprons and taxiways and to place various objects. * added ILS runway 02 frequency 108.50 Special thanks to Cpt.Mathias Schindler for designing the Main terminal concorete texture. By : Mohamed El Salamoni
Posted Apr 18, 2017 10:59 by uploader
9.85Mb (795 downloads)
FSX/P3D Scenery German Navy Base (Marinestützpunkt) Flensburg Muerwick in the 70th. The scenery consist of the Marine harbor with its barracks, the castle with the Marine school and the Marine yacht club. It is proposed to be combined with the great tool "AiCarriers2" which will set up to ten ships in the harbor. An AiCarriers2 configuration plus five of my 70th Navy ai-ships are included. There is also a saved flight with the proper coordinates in the harbor included. My own pilotable ship is the "Saar" (package-minesweeperfleet.zip) on which I served that time. Scenery by Erwin Welker.
Posted Apr 16, 2017 05:09 by Erwin Welker
0.21Mb (384 downloads)
The station was originally a grass airfield within No. 4 Group. In the early 1940s the airfield was entirely reconstructed with three hardened runways replacing the grass. It re-opened in October 1942 as a station for 77 Squadron RAF and along with RAF Melbourne and RAF Pocklington was known as No "42 Base". The squadron had a strength of approximately 20 aircraft and initially used the twin engined Armstrong Whitworth Whitley medium bomber although this was quickly replaced by the Handley Page Halifax four engined heavy bomber which was being introduced. No 77 Squadron suffered heavy losses during its time at Elvington with over 500 aircrew killed, missing or taken prisoner and almost 80 Halifaxes lost as it played a major part in the Battle of the Ruhr and the bombing of Berlin. In May 1944 No 77 Squadron posted to the newly opened nearby RAF Full Sutton and was replaced at Elvington by two French squadrons, numbers 346 "Guyenne" and 347 "Tunisie" who both played a leading part in the bombing of Germany. Elvington was the only airfield in the United Kingdom used by the remainder of the Free French Forces, they also flew Handley Page Halifax heavy bombers until they moved to Bordeaux in October 1945 where they became the basis for the new air force of liberated France. In September 1957 a memorial was unveiled in Elvington village dedicated to the two French squadrons. While they were at RAF Elvington nearly half of the squadrons' members were killed. After the war the 400-acre (1.6 km2) airfield was transferred to No 40 Group under the control of Maintenance Command until 1952 when it was greatly enlarged and extended for use by the United States Air Force. United States Air Force use The United States Air Force (USAF) built a new 3,094 m (10,151 ft) runway, which was the longest in the north of England, and a huge 19.8 hectares (49 acres) rectangular hardstanding apron as well as a new control tower to turn Elvington into a "Basic Operation Platform" which would have operated as a Strategic Air Command (SAC) dispersal airfield. After spending Ł4 million the airfield never became operational as a SAC base and was abandoned by the US Air Force in 1958. Other uses In the early 1960s the Blackburn Aircraft Company, now part of British Aerospace used the runway for test flights of the Blackburn Buccaneer. Elvington retained its status as an RAF relief landing ground and was used by the RAF flying training schools at RAF Church Fenton and RAF Linton-on-Ouse until the airfield was finally closed in March 1992. Present day The airfield is now owned by Elvington Park Ltd. The adjacent buildings and control tower have been restored, and serve as the Yorkshire Air Museum which has many varied and rare aircraft and exhibits, including a complete Halifax bomber. Elvington is also a popular motorsports venue for motorcycle racing. Source:Wikipedia
Posted Apr 10, 2017 08:50 by Terry Boissel