4.91Mb (4045 downloads)
Originally named McCoy Air Force Base, Orlando International is the second-busiest airport in the state of Florida. Orlando International Airport consists of a hub-and-spoke layout with a large main terminal building in the center and four airside concourses. This project attempted to upgrade the default FSX using the latest version of ADEX v1.5 (airport editor by ScruffyDuck Software) and tested using FSXA (Acceleration). In brief the upgrade includes: fixing incorrect headings for ILS/DME runways 35R and 36R; installing missing ILS's; additional parking on all aprons combined and divided by cardinal points and letters corresponding to the 4 terminal airsides; some parking assigned with airline codes; improved Runways' width, length, and taxiways leading to them; additional buildings with roof objects and improved stock ones by adding roof antennae, AC's, radio signaling, etc.; additional vehicle ways and roads outside and inside the airport's perimeter; bridges over small bodies of water near the airport; lots of ground vehicles, both land and airport vehicles, objects and cargo; improved aprons' size; vehicle parking lots; and the B52 memorial park on the north-west side just off the Beachline Expressway near runway 18L; lots more. KMCO-Orlando International Upgrade by Jamagn.
Posted Nov 1, 2013 12:44 by Jamagn
542.46Mb (1319 downloads)
This scenery includes dense, custom ground vegetation, high quality custom models, 5 hi-res (LOD19) photo real airports, and 6 hi-res 30cm/pixel Craters and Buttes in the surrounding area. This scenery was developed to be fully compatible with FTX/ORBX CRM. This scenery is also compatible with default FSX and FTX Global, but ground textures may not blend as well. All Photo Real imagery has been completely recolored from its original state. Scenery by Chris Britton of Emerald Scenery Design.
Posted Oct 28, 2013 22:31 by Emerald Scenery Design
6.14Mb (2019 downloads)
This package contains 21 airports in New Hampshire and Vermont. These airports are intended to be used with FSX and the free addon - TileProxy. TileProxy provides real-time photorealistic satellite imagery in place of the stock auto generated FSX scenery or any other scenery package. The package includes sixteen (16) stock FSX airports which have been modified (re-located runways, buildings, taxiways, etc.) to more accurately re-position them with the real-world scenery. In addition, there are two (2) unlisted airports which are not available in FSX. These airports are existing real private airports. There are also two (2) "abandoned" airports included (i.e. airports that no longer exist). These airports were active in the 1920s-1970s. There is also one (1) "phantom" airport included (i.e. airport that does not exist in the real world or FSX).
Posted Oct 26, 2013 10:14 by John Greenwood
2.70Mb (1313 downloads)
Barranquilla Airport, Atlantico, Colombia. Capable of handling large aircraft such as B747 and DC10. Currently it serves several airlines with international traffic to Miami and South American states. There is also GA traffic. This scenery provides buildings and ground objects.
Posted Oct 24, 2013 19:22 by Gabriel Marin
155.73Mb (1267 downloads)
FSX Grimes Airfield (8N1) Grimes Airfield is home to the Golden Age Air Museum, Pennsylvania, a living museum dedicated to preserving aviation's golden past. This detailed photoreal scenery includes the airfield and surrounding countryside as well as ten flyable AI airplanes. Fly in on the weekend to watch these classic airplanes take to the sky. By Christopher G. Clawson.
Posted Oct 24, 2013 06:34 by uploader
24.15Mb (2266 downloads)
FS2004/FSX ACG IWM Duxford 2013 Update. This is an update to our 2011 ACG IWM Duxford scenery for FS9 and FSX. Brings Duxford up-to-date, The update contains both versions in one download. Also has flightplans for extra AI by John Young which are available as a seperate packages. By Stephen Legg and John Young
Posted Oct 21, 2013 04:17 by uploader
5.39Mb (2878 downloads)
Mike Kelly's reduced clouds. The link for this zip file and the webpage is down, so uploaded here. From the text file included: "Here is an attempt at improving FSX framerates by reducing the size of the cloud textures. All texture dimensions have been reduced by 50%. Alpha channels have also been reduced and preserved. I have seen no ill effects on my system although the reduced clouds do seem slightly more "fuzzy". IMHO this is not bad, just different. Simply unzip into your Texture folder and overwrite the existing files (you may want to back them up first to preserve the originals)."
Posted Oct 19, 2013 13:42 by Scott "Violingineer" F.
78.58Mb (1739 downloads)
This was a quick scenery project, developed to enhance Meteor Crater in Arizona. This scenery includes a base layer of LOD16 PhotoReal imagery, the crater covered in 30cm/pixel imagery, 10 meter mesh, and Autogen Annotated bushes. Developed by Chris Britton of Emerald Scenery Design.
Posted Oct 18, 2013 00:30 by Emerald Scenery Design
2.85Mb (950 downloads)
Opa Locka, FL Airport (KOPF). This scenery includes the old control tower (inactave), a temporary control tower (active) and a new control tower (inactive, near completion). Generic floating buildings have been replaced with custom and library objects. Landclass changes, roads, rework of runways, taxiways and aprons, placement of library objects and a library of new airport buildings are included. Military parking is included at the Coast Guard facility. Scenery in this package is based on Virtual Earth (Bing) and Google Earth imagery. By: Art Poole
Posted Oct 17, 2013 06:17 by art poole
5.43Mb (480 downloads)
This scenery is a rendition of the Club de vole a voile du Quebec, CVVQ St Raymond Paquet Glider Airfield (CSK5) locate in the beautiful region of the Mauricie in Quebec/Canada. all major infrastructure are there also some Glider and tow plane on the field, for use whit cumulusX, WinchX and the FSX mission Soar FAI diamond badge task 500km distance St Raymond or just for add a new glider airport in to your collection. Made with the help of Xbuilderx,
Posted Oct 11, 2013 08:39 by Ronald Dandurand