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FSX – Luxor International Airport

FSX – Luxor International Airport Airport HELX 2017.  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

12.5 MB

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FSX – Al Alamain International Airport

FSX – Al Alamain International Airport HEAL 2017. All of the buildings and hangars models have been designed using ketchUp 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

7.5 MB

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FSX/FSX-SE – Scenery Hidden Lake Airport (FA40)

FSX/FSX-SE – Scenery Hidden Lake Airport (FA40). located in West-Central Florida is a privately owned, private use facility (permission required prior to landing) established in August, 1971. FA40 features a 4425 x 50 foot wide lighted asphalt runway with a sunset to sunrise beacon and a wind indicator in a segmented circle. The airport is home to 83 aircraft – single engine, multi engine and helicopters.

By Fred Zealor

1.2 MB

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FSX – RAF Elvington

FSX – RAF Elvington. Royal Air Force Elvington was a Royal Air Force station which operated from the beginning of the Second World War until 1992 located at Elvington, Yorkshire, England. 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.

By Terry Boissel

200 Kb

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FSX/P3D – GAP Paros New Airport

FSX/P3D – GAP Paros New Airport. The scenery following the design of our philosophy which allows the simmer to enjoy a full scenery without getting tired to find solutions which have to do with settings, yields etc, without unnecessary construction that nobody ever sees and which only need to create a commercial impression in some photos. Objects constructed with Gmax and 3Dmax that make you enjoy your virtual trip to the Paros airport. *At this scenery all included the old Paros airport, Parikia, Alikes, and Naousa.

By Greek Airports Project (Mihalis Triantafillou)

47 MB

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FSX – X6TU Trump Turnberry

FSX – X6TU Trump Turnberry for Orbx EU Scotland. Detailed scenery for the remains of RAF Turnberry and surrounding features including golf courses and Turnberry Hotel. Requires  Orbx EU Scotland scenery. Works with FSX, FSX Steam or Prepar3D. Works with or without Scotflight for Orbx. Auto-installing.

Freeware by Scotflight Scenery (Iain Gallacher and Iain Murray) – www.scotflightscenery.com

33.5 MB

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FSX – Aeroklub Ziemi Piotrkowskiej EPPT

FSX – Aeroklub Ziemi Piotrkowskiej EPPT.

By Damian ‘Dare’ Szymczyk

5.5 MB

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FSX – RAF Wombleton

FSX  – RAF Wombleton located 3.8 miles (6.1 km) east of Helmsley, and 11.8 miles (19.0 km) north east of Easingwold, North Yorkshire, England. RAF Wombleton opened in 1943 as a sub-station of RAF Topcliffe. It was part of RAF Bomber Command’s No. 6 Group RCAF, and along with the main station at Topcliffe and the station at Dishforth, was designated part of No 61 (Training) Base. In November 1944, No 61 Base was transferred to No 7 (Training) Group and it was renumbered No 76 Training
Base. No 1666 Heavy Conversion Unit (HCU) was the first unit to move to Wombleton. Aircrew who were originally trained on twin-engined aircraft such as Wellingtons or Whitley’s received conversion training on heavy four-engined bombers such as the Halifax or Lancaster. No 1666 HCU remained at Wombleton until the end of the war. The RAF took over the station and stayed for several years.

By Terry Boissel

200 Kb

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FSX – RAF Holme-on-Spalding Moor

FSX – RAF Holme-on-Spalding Moor located in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. Built during the Second World War, RAF Holme On Spalding Moor was used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) as a bomber station, and after the war as a transport airfield and bomb store before being “mothballed”. In the 1950s, the RAF used the station as a training camp before it was transferred to the United States Air Force (USAF) as a reserve station during the Cold War. After USAF use, it became a testing airfield for Blackburn Aircraft and its successor British Aerospace until 1983, when the airfield was closed. Many of the airfield buildings survive as an industrial estate, but all of the runways have been demolished.

By Terry Boissel

200 Kb

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FSX – Red Bull Air Race – Faro

FSX – Red Bull Air Race – Faro. This scenery is the fictionnal track of the  Red Bull Air Race in Faro, Portugal. Inspired from real race tracks.

By Thomas PIRIOU / Georges Tisseyre/ Nephis Airlines

500 Kb

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