298.09Mb (1826 downloads)
KOSH Wittman Regional Airport photoreal scenery to let you join your friends online and fly into Oshkosh EAA Air Venture. This is a purpose built scenery for online enjoyment. AI traffic will not work at this airport. This is an approximation of what KOSH looks like every July during Air Venture, with custom ground markings, Runway Dots, plenty of GA and vintage aircraft parked around the field. Get online with some friends and enjoy!!
Posted Jun 26, 2015 23:39 by Mike Pare
6.80Mb (792 downloads)
Version 2 of this scenery includes all previous patches/updates and includes an alternate option which works seamlessly with the roads/rivers added by FTX Global/Vector. It also includes minor visual updates as well as the ILS for runway 18. Building upon Menno Robert's original SEQM (for the new Mariscal Sucre Intl) as a starting point, this project grew into a complete airport and landclass upgrade for the area. (An SEQU encoded version of SEQM is also included to allow AI traffic to begin using the new airport immediately.) The new imagery corrects the position of the airport and implements the airport's slight tilt to the west. Almost every element has shifted from its original location to match its real-world location: the main terminal is rebuilt, buildings are added, gates are resized to the satellite image, and gate assignments are made at the jetways to allow the smaller planes access to those gates when the large planes are not present. The parking lot and service areas also receive a facelift, and a new airport background, as well as a custom polygon, follows and preserves the contour of the original plateau. Roads now connect the airport to the main highway, default roads (with traffic), rivers and lakes are corrected within roughly 100 square miles, and a new Ibarra/Atahualpa (SEIB) airport, as well as the addition of corrected city textures, is included. Default lake elevations and shapes are corrected, and startup files are included to fly from the lakes and the Ibarra/Atahualpa (SEIB) airport. Scenery was created using Airport Design Editor X v1.61.5298, 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 airport. Thank you to Menno Robert for granting permission to edit his original SEQM file.
Posted Jun 26, 2015 00:46 by Carlyle Sharpe
12.35Mb (413 downloads)
This will add the Pinecastle Bomb range in Ocala Florida to your FSX Scenery. The Only Bomb range in the southeast certified for live ordinance training. The Pinecastle Bombing Range is an un-fenced 5,760-acre area, with the eastern edge of the range located about 2 miles west of State Road 19 and the Camp Ocala campgrounds, and one-half mile west of the Farles Lake campground. F-18 jet fighters and other aircraft take off from Jacksonville Naval Air Station, fly low over the Forest, and drop their bombs in the middle 450 acres of the range. Here is a Gizmodo article on the range, including a video of an A-10 doing a gun run at the range. http://gizmodo.com/why-20-000-bombs-a-year-are-dropped-in-this-national-fo-1593856388
Posted Jun 25, 2015 15:39 by CountryFlyboy
3.90Mb (389 downloads)
Vol.31 consists of Reymerston Hall and Shipdham EGSA in Norfolk and is a small tribute to Wing Commander Ken Wallis and his Wallis Gyrocopters. Reymerston Hall was his home in Norfolk where he flew his gyrocopters and where he died in 2013 at the age of 97. The local flying club was based at Shipdham, less than 2 miles away. One of his aircraft, 'Little Nellie', was used and flown by him, in the James Bond film 'You Only Live Twice'.
Posted Jun 25, 2015 09:36 by Alf Denham
0.87Mb (1153 downloads)
FSX John Wayne Airport (KSNA), Orange County, California. This is an up to date scenery for SNA. If you're like me you got tired of flying on Pilot Edge with out of date scenery, and could not find a freeware up to date scenery. Well hear it is. This was a quick AFCAD makeover, I did not do anything to fancy with this scenery. I did add more parking, assign the gates to airlines, improve the terminal, re-numbered the runways, and edited the approaches to match current charts, add some GP lines and objects.
Posted Jun 25, 2015 00:10 by CountryFlyboy
70.01Mb (421 downloads)
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. Only the city is included, not the airports whioch are FSX stock airports. This Santa Cruz de la Sierra's photoreal was made in SbuilderX with aerial imagens of Virtual Earth Satellite. Marcos A. Rivas Torrez Only some stock library scenery objects were used.
Posted Jun 24, 2015 06:18 by Marcos A. Rivas Torrez
190.57Mb (1176 downloads)
This package contains autogen (agn) files for your photoscenery of Austria. This autogen, besides trees and houses, depicts also row houses, churches, gas stations and appropriate type of forests (subject to information available). Height of buildings is also adjusted for larger urban areas. Data as of June 2015.
Posted Jun 21, 2015 16:07 by Milan Smid
153.12Mb (578 downloads)
This package contains autogen (agn) files for your photoscenery of the Slovak Republic. This autogen, besides trees and houses, depicts also row houses, churches, gas stations and appropriate type of forests (subject to information available). Height of buildings is also adjusted for larger urban areas. Data as of June 2015.
Posted Jun 21, 2015 15:34 by Milan Smid
225.74Mb (1195 downloads)
This package contains autogen (agn) files for your photoscenery of the Czech Republic. This autogen, besides trees and houses, depicts also row houses, churches, gas stations and appropriate type of forests (subject to information available). Height of buildings is also adjusted for larger urban areas. Data as of June 2015.
Posted Jun 21, 2015 10:12 by Milan Smid
10.79Mb (1912 downloads)
This package will place into your FSX / Prepar3D hazard objects (chimneys, antennas, windmills, TV towers...) as listed in the ENR 5.4 section of the Czech, Slovak, Austrian, Luxembourgish, French, and Belgian AIPs. These objects are usually depicted also on VFR 1:500 000 aeronautical charts of these countries.
Posted Jun 21, 2015 03:49 by Milan Smid