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zip0P3D v4 Scenery--LGBL Almiros Airport
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lgbl_almiros_p3d41

P3D v4 Scenery--LGBL Almiros Airport, Greece. Created with A.D.E. v177_6986. Included in this scenery is also the library "Airfield Essentials" and some static fighter models. Nea Anchialos National Airport. Amiros city in small city in central Greece (Thessaly) and this airport began operations somewhere around 1991, an airport for both, civilian and military as well, using the same airport but diferent runways of course. By Dimitris Mylonas.

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Created Wednesday, 11 December 2019 08:33
Changed Friday, 25 February 2022 02:43
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Size 14.99 MB
System Prepar3D
Downloads 333
zip1Prepar3D V4 Scenery--VGSY Osmani International Airport
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vgsy2

Prepar3D V4 Scenery--VGSY Osmani International Airport in Bangladesh. This is a completely reworked VGSY airport for P3D V4 with enlarge tarmacs and taxiways along with a larger terminal and pole lights. Also added are two jet bridges gates 1 and 2. Layout from real airport. By Wendell Melton.

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Created Wednesday, 18 December 2019 01:59
Changed Friday, 25 February 2022 03:04
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Size 7.07 MB
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Downloads 316
zip2FSX/P3D Scenery--ETM12m Africa - Enhanced Terrain Mesh
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etm12m_angola_051

FSX/P3D Scenery--ETM12m Africa - Enhanced Terrain Mesh 12m for Angola vol.05. This is an Enhanced Terrain Mesh SRTM 0.41 arc sec (12.50 meters) resampled at LOD 11 (FSX/P3D SDK). This replaces all previous terrain meshes. Mainly the area covered by this terrain mesh is related to the Angola. Version 1.00 Work in progress. Copyright (C) 2019 by Giovanni Miduri. All rights reserved.

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Created Saturday, 04 January 2020 23:32
Changed Friday, 25 February 2022 03:15
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Size 157.85 MB
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Downloads 359
zip3P3D v4 Scenery--India Airports Megapack 2020
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P3D v4 Scenery--India Airports Megapack 2020. This is a scenery collection of many freeware Indian sceneries by different scenery makers. I have only merged into one. For the full list of airports see the readme.txt file. Scenery Credits: Tony Vienonen, Srikar Galgali, Rohit Augustine, Sachin Gnath, Gunadeep and others. Package by Punit Soneji.

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Created Saturday, 04 January 2020 23:37
Changed Friday, 25 February 2022 03:16
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Size 99.76 MB
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Downloads 512
zip4FSX/P3D Scenery--CVX_ETM12m Africa For Angola
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cvx_hpx_etm12_ao_v1201

FSX/P3D Scenery--CVX_ETM12m Africa For Angola, v1.20. Terrain mesh scenery for FSX and P3D v1/2/3/4. By Giovanni Miduri.

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Created Sunday, 05 January 2020 01:29
Changed Friday, 25 February 2022 03:29
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Size 8.29 MB
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Downloads 302
zip5FSX/Prepar3D Scenery--Pucallpa Airport
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spcl-pucallpaperu1

FSX/Prepar3D Scenery--Pucallpa Airport (SPCL), Peru. "CAP FAP David Abensur Rengifo" Airport, located in Pucallpa City, Peru. By Jorge Chin.

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Created Sunday, 05 January 2020 21:27
Changed Friday, 25 February 2022 03:31
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zip6FSX/P3D Scenery "Coronel FAP Alfredo Mendivil Duarte" Airport
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ayacucho_spho_x_fr_v1_0

FSX/P3D Scenery. "Coronel FAP Alfredo Mendivil Duarte" Airport (IATA: AYP, OACI: SPHO). It serves the city of Ayacucho Region (Peru), located in the Peruvian Andes at 8,917 feet altitude. It connects to the cities of Lima and Cuzco by three regional airlines. It includes: Huge Photoreal terrain with autogen, Airport Terminal and Static This is "Coronel FAP Alfredo Mendivil Duarte" Airport (IATA: AYP, OACI: SPHO). It serves the city of Ayacucho Region (Peru), located in the Peruvian Andes at 8917 miles altitude. It connects to the cities of Lima and Cuzco by three regional airlines. It includes: Huge Photoreal terrain, Airport Terminal and Static Objects. By Jorge Chin.

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Created Monday, 06 January 2020 22:34
Changed Friday, 25 February 2022 04:50
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Size 181.17 MB
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Downloads 418
zip7FSX/P3D Scenery--Seinajoki EFSI Finland
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efsi_seinajoki_finland_freeware1

FSX/P3D Scenery--Seinajoki EFSI Finland. Seinajoki is a small privately owned airport located in the western part of Finland. It has a single, 2000-meters, ILS-equipped asphalt runway. Two stands on the main apron can accommodate a B738 or A320. Multiple parking spots for GA planes are also provided. For this scenery the surrounded landclasses were enhanced to include Kyrkosjarvi Lake, Kalajarvi reservoir, Friskinlammi river, and more accurate roads to make Seinajoki VFR-friendly. This scenery has seasonal photo background and accurate layout. Compatible with Prepar3D v4 and FSX. Made by Dmitriy Kozyrev.

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Created Monday, 06 January 2020 22:38
Changed Friday, 25 February 2022 04:51
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Size 214.42 MB
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Downloads 340
zip8Prepar3D Scenery--M34 – Kentucky Dam State Park Airport
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m341

Prepar3D Scenery--M34 – Kentucky Dam State Park Airport, KY, USA. M34 is a small publicly owned, single runway airport located 1 mile NW of Gilbertsville, KY, a small town in western Kentucky. It has a single asphalt runway measuring 4000 x 100 feet. No fuel or other services are available but tiedowns are available. By Shannan Landreth.

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Created Tuesday, 07 January 2020 16:10
Changed Friday, 25 February 2022 04:51
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Size 77.02 MB
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Downloads 261
zip9Prepar3D v4.5 Scenery--Ilo Airport PeruHOT
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splo_v1_p3d1

Prepar3D v4.5 Scenery--Ilo Airport Peru. Ilo Airport, IATA: ILQ, ICAO: SPLO, is an airport in the Moquegua Region of Peru serving the city of Ilo. The runway is on the Pacific shoreline 4 km south of the city. Includes third terminal. By Jhon Cristian.

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Created Friday, 10 January 2020 01:34
Changed Saturday, 26 February 2022 02:49
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Size 137.44 MB
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Downloads 1,112
zip10FSX/P3D Scenery--CVX_ETM12m Africa For Angola V1.30
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cvx_hpx_etm12_ao_v1301

FSX/P3D Scenery--CVX_ETM12m Africa For Angola, v1.30. Copyright (C) 2019 by Giovanni Miduri.

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Created Tuesday, 21 January 2020 16:59
Changed Monday, 28 February 2022 01:11
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Size 9.57 MB
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Downloads 248
zip11FSX/P3D Scenery--ETM12m Africa - Enhanced Terrain Mesh vol 1 of 5
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etm12m_angola_011

FSX/P3D Scenery--ETM12m Africa - Enhanced Terrain Mesh 12m for Angola vol.01. This is an enhanced terrain mesh SRTM 0.41 arc sec (12.5 meters) resampled at LOD 11 (FSX/P3D SDK). This replaces all previous terrain meshes. Mainly the area covered by this terrain mesh is related to the Angola in Africa. This is a project in progress. Version 1.00 Work in progress, copyright (C) 2020 by Giovanni Miduri.

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Created Tuesday, 21 January 2020 17:06
Changed Monday, 28 February 2022 01:12
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Size 171.85 MB
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Downloads 226
zip12FSX/P3D Scenery--ETM12m Africa - Enhanced Terrain Mesh vol 2 of 5
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etm12m_angola_021

FSX/P3D Scenery--ETM12m Africa - Enhanced Terrain Mesh 12m for Angola vol.02. This is an enhanced terrain mesh SRTM 0.41 arc sec (12.5 meters) resampled at LOD 11 (FSX/P3D SDK). This replaces all previous terrain meshes. Mainly the area covered by this terrain mesh is related to the Angola in Africa. This is a project in progress. Version 1.00 Work in progress, copyright (C) 2020 by Giovanni Miduri.

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Created Tuesday, 21 January 2020 17:12
Changed Monday, 28 February 2022 01:12
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Size 135.84 MB
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Downloads 236
zip13FSX/P3D Scenery--ETM12m Africa - Enhanced Terrain Mesh vol 3 of 5
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etm12m_angola_0210

FSX/P3D Scenery--ETM12m Africa - Enhanced Terrain Mesh 12m for Angola vol.03. This is an enhanced terrain mesh SRTM 0.41 arc sec (12.5 meters) resampled at LOD 11 (FSX/P3D SDK). This replaces all previous terrain meshes. Mainly the area covered by this terrain mesh is related to the Angola in Africa. This is a project in progress. Version 1.00 Work in progress, copyright (C) 2020 by Giovanni Miduri.

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Created Tuesday, 21 January 2020 17:21
Changed Monday, 28 February 2022 01:13
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Size 122.34 MB
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Downloads 230
zip14FSX/P3D Scenery--ETM12m Africa - Enhanced Terrain Mesh vol 4 of 5
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etm12m_angola_0211

FSX/P3D Scenery--ETM12m Africa - Enhanced Terrain Mesh 12m for Angola vol.04. This is an enhanced terrain mesh SRTM 0.41 arc sec (12.5 meters) resampled at LOD 11 (FSX/P3D SDK). This replaces all previous terrain meshes. Mainly the area covered by this terrain mesh is related to the Angola in Africa. This is a project in progress. Version 1.00 Work in progress, copyright (C) 2020 by Giovanni Miduri.

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Created Tuesday, 21 January 2020 17:24
Changed Monday, 28 February 2022 01:13
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Size 137.55 MB
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Downloads 265
zip15FSX/P3D Scenery--ETM12m Africa - Enhanced Terrain Mesh Vol 5 of 5
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etm12m_angola_0212

FSX/P3D Scenery--ETM12m Africa - Enhanced Terrain Mesh 12m for Angola vol.05. This is an enhanced terrain mesh SRTM 0.41 arc sec (12.5 meters) resampled at LOD 11 (FSX/P3D SDK). This replaces all previous terrain meshes. Mainly the area covered by this terrain mesh is related to the Angola in Africa. This is a project in progress. Version 1.00 Work in progress, copyright (C) 2020 by Giovanni Miduri.

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Created Tuesday, 21 January 2020 17:26
Changed Monday, 28 February 2022 01:13
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Size 157.85 MB
System Prepar3D
Downloads 164
zip16FSX/P3D Scenery--KMQJ Mount Comfort / Indianapolis Regional Airp
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FSX/P3D Scenery--KMQJ Mount Comfort / Indianapolis Regional Airport, Indiana (IN), USA. This is an attempt to bring KMQJ into the flightsim world for the first time. The airport has been hand constructed and placed according to 2019 Google satellite data, meaning that it is perfectly lined up with the real airport. I have also included an optional photoscenery file (KMQJ_Photoreal.bgl) with both day and night textures which cover the airport and surrounding areas. Should you decide to use photoscenery, the textures will change from day to night automatically and vice-versa. Features properly aligned runway, taxiways and aprons perfect for flying online, glideslope path corrected to match real setup, taxi signs placed according to real location, correct designation of taxiways, two small gates as well as accurate GA apron, accurate-to-size terminals and hangars, apron lighting. By Matt Lock.

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Created Tuesday, 28 January 2020 01:59
Changed Wednesday, 02 March 2022 00:26
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Size 37.94 MB
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Downloads 247
zip17P3D Scenery--Volgograd International Airport URWW 2020
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volgograd_20201

P3D Scenery--Volgograd International Airport URWW 2020. This is a new AFCAD update for Volgograd International Airport (URWW), Russia, default in Prepar3D v4. This update contains buildings and objects positioned in the correct location as that of the real airport. Much more realistic than my previous versions. Works great with GSX! By Wendell Melton.

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Created Tuesday, 28 January 2020 02:34
Changed Wednesday, 02 March 2022 00:33
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Size 11.36 MB
System Prepar3D
Downloads 212

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  • Fenix A320: The End of a Beta

    The A320 is now at the end of its beta phase. Over the last two days, we’ve circulated the first release candidate internally. As things go, building the second release candidate on Friday the 13th may not have been as wise an idea as I first thought, as that build showed some unstable behavior very fitting for the day. Thankfully, from this evening to last, we’ve identified the issue as not being our own, so we can resume our scheduled activities. That starts with this - a post to cover where we are now, what we’ve done, and what’s to come. The A320 received a fair amount of systems and flight model love during the beta period. While the feature set was complete, fixing through certain system behavior in this incredibly complex fly-by-wire aircraft forced, sometimes, cascading system changes up and down the aircraft - which made bug finding and fixing feel like an endeavor. And while it isn’t super flashy or interesting, I’m happy to say that things now look stable and representative, and will serve as an excellent baseline for us to move the aircraft forward to the next phase of its journey, post-launch and beyond, where we intend to robustly support and continue improving on the product to further enhance it. Apart from the systems team, the rest of us also spent a large portion of this time focusing on things that weren’t necessarily part of the airplane, but contributed to the overall customer journey and experience. Systems depth standing alone in an aircraft is an unfortunate scenario to find oneself in, as these simulations are sold to you as an experience - and what good is that experience if you don’t feel immersed in your surroundings? So, while the systems and flight model teams worked hard on bug fixing and stability, art and EFB teams worked on refining the customer experience. To be direct, I’m talking about things like seamless and synchronized real time loading. In the Fenix, for example, all you have to do now is import your flight plan to our EFB with one click (no file downloads here!), and from there choose whether you’d like to board in real time, quickly, or instantly. Our A320 will then take care of the rest. The dispatch office will whip up a preliminary loadsheet from your SimBrief flight plan, and a company message will arrive on your MCDU’s AOC messaging system with said preliminary load sheet. Then you begin your data entry, as fuel arrives the ECAM will let you know that the refuellers (to be clear - we don’t have a visual model for this…yet) are busy at work. Make sure to switch ON the No Smoking signs, and switch OFF the seatbelts for that one, airlines tend to be specific about these things. These things, however, are considerations you didn’t necessarily make before. Refueling complete, seat-belts ON, No Smoking to AUTO (our Airbus is configured with the No Smoking signs permanently on as most operators do, flicking the switch to AUTO leaves it controlling the emergency exit lighting - which is the “ding” you hear when the gear comes up and down) - and wrap up preparations ready to go. Make sure to keep an eye on the clock, however. Boarding is complete, the doors are automatically closed, the jetway automatically cast aside - and a few moments later your company inbox lights up again. It’s your final loadsheet. Now, in real life, when loading an aircraft - you’re given a preliminary loadsheet with the flightplan, and a final loadsheet after boarding, with what really ended up happening. Sometimes they match closely, and are compliant within a defined margin to one other. Other times, 4 people, 2 infants, and three tonnes of bananas were added at the last minute, so you’re running a little heavier than planned. Or alternatively, there were a few no-shows, so you’re a little lighter. Your CG also moves around as people chop and change seats at the gate, or the baggage handlers needed to move things around. It’s part of dealing with airline operations. And so, the same happens here. Sometimes your loadsheet is compliant. Other times, it’s a revision, and you’ll need to pause and redo your departure performance and some of your initialization weights. So you’ve had a revision, and need to quickly perform a recalculation. This sort of stuff happens, but unfortunately for you, most airliner ACARS systems perform automatic reporting to their respective OPS Centers. So, if you take your parking brake off a few minutes after when you were due to depart on your SimBrief plan - well, we’ll know. And we’ll tell you about it. An ADC (After Doors Closed) message will whizz its way into your inbox, your airline demanding to know why you’re running several minutes late. Don’t worry, we included a reference card. But make sure to fill out the ADC delay form in the MCDU’s AOC menu. The airline will be expecting it. And make sure you’ve accounted for the entire delay time period, otherwise they’ll send you back a message and ask you to. To cut the storyboarding short, as much as I’d like to continue - this sort of thing is persistent throughout the flight. You can send out messages for diversions, which will be received by your airline’s OPS center, and acknowledged. Pulling into stand, the aircraft will also handle deboarding for you. These kinds of features and details go a long way, in my eyes. It adds to the simulation of performing crew duties, and to the immersion of flying the aircraft. There’s more to the above, but I can only cover so much in text, so I’ll leave the rest of this for video and media content. The final thing to say about it is that you absolutely do not need to use this entire system if you simply want to pick up the aircraft and fly. That choice, we leave to you. More...
  • FlyByWire Simulations A32NX Stable Version 0.8.1

    This release includes various bugfixes and a notable change to how our disable AI assists feature works. See the warning below! For our VR users we have added the missing PilotVR default camera entry to work around an MSFS issue. Changelog [ATHR] Initialize throttle position to IDLE [ATSU] Fixes for NXApi-Freetext and CPDLC Logon-issues [BUILD] Installer version detection [FBW] Rudder stuck on one side [FMGC] Clean up unneeded changes from #7114 (DIR TO with anticipated turn) [GENERAL] Do no longer force disable assistance [GENERAL] Ensure notifications are dismissed on exit to main menu [GENERAL] Only show warning due to enabled assistants when in cockpit [ISIS] Force css animations [SOUND] Prevent autopilot sound on Cold and Dark spawn [VR] Update cameras.cfg Source
  • Just Flight Updates F-15 Eagle For MSFS

    The latest and biggest update for the F-15 C, D, E & I Eagle for MSFS has now been applied to the main build meaning the F-15 is now substantially improved with a host of new features and fixes to the flight model and you now have a completely new sound-set too. Current owners should have received an email about the changes and instructions on how to get the update, to confirm you simply go to your account and redownload, install and off you go! SourceChangelog