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FSX/P3D – NZ North Otago Photoreal Scenery. North Otago New Zealand This scenery blends in with both ORBX NZSI and VLC.
North Otago is photo scenery that covers an area from the Waitaki River in the North to Waikouaiti in the South It also covers the Macraes mine the largest active gold mine in New Zealand. It blends in with both ORBX NZSI and NZ VLC.
By Doug Cunniffe
FSX – Royal Naval Air Station Henstridge (HMS Dipper) Somerset, England, Royal Naval Air Station Henstridge or RNAS Henstridge (HMS Dipper) is a former Fleet Air Arm base located 7 miles (11 km) west of Shaftesbury, Dorset (Now Somerset) and 12.4 miles (20.0 km) east of Yeovil, Somerset in South West England. The main part of the land (355 acres) was purchased in August 1941, after which building of the airfield and the marsh lane accommodation site commenced, it was commissioned on April 1, 1943 as HMS Dipper, principally as number 2 naval fighter school, on the 11th September 1942, another 18 acres was acquired at the adjoining gibbs marsh area for an aircraft repair and maintenance site. The design and lay-out of the airfield was quite unique, having 5 runways, 2 of these being east west lay-out (07-25) both 1000 yards long, the northern runway incorporated a dummy deck landing strip, complete with under-ground arresting gear with four above ground arrestor wires, which was a duplicate of that installed on HMS Implacable for training of aircraft carrier landings, these mainly being carried out with the Seafire, a naval version of the spitfire with folding wings. The site also had its own cinema and stage hall.
By Terry Boissel
FSX – RAF Catfoss. RAF Cartfoss, a Royal Air Force station located 4.0 miles (6.4 km) west of Hornsea, Yorkshire, England. RAF Catfoss was a Royal Air Force station during the Second World War. The airfield was opened in 1932 for an Armament Training Camp. A small number of fighters were posted there at the start of the Second World War, before the airfield was rebuilt as a bomber station. It closed in November 1945. The site was re-opened in 1959 as the site for the PGM-17 Thor ballistic missile. It closed again in 1963.
By Terry Boissel
FSX – Scenery Mumbai Juhu Aerodrome (VAJJ), India. An Airport Design Editor rendition and the closest and most accurate representation of how Mumbai’s Juhu Aerodrome looks like today with all its terminal buildings in as right a position as possible. Taxiway signs and numbers are changed.
By Shariq Chaudhari
FSX – KVSF Hartness State (Springfield) Airport. A basic rebuild of the original FSX KVSF Hartness State (Springfield) Airport using ADE as editing tool with standard FSX library. The basic design is based on both Skyvector & Google Earth data to match the geography of the real airport as of February 2017.
By Leonardo Pierry
FSX/FSX-SE – Scenery Keystone Airpark 42J located in central Florida is a publicly owned, public use facility established in February, 1944. FD22 features a 5046 x 100 foot wide asphalt runway with medium intensity runway edge lights and a 4899 x 75 foot wide asphalt runway with high intensity runway edge lights. The airport is equipped with 2 wind indicators, one in a segmented circle, a dusk to dawn beacon and other lighting required for night time operation. The airport is home to 52 aircraft – single engine, helicopters, gliders and ultralight.
By Fred Zealor
FS2004 – German Theme Parks. This scenery is not a replication of the real amusement parks. It uses the default Coney Island-style park that comes with FS2004. Regard them as a visual reference for VFR flying showing the parks locations. Included are the five biggest German theme parks which are: Europapark-Rust, Heide Park-Soltau, Phantasialand-Brühl, Holiday Park-Hassloch and Hansa Park-Sierksdorf.
By Bastian Blinten