Cologne Bonn Airport for X-Plane

Wow, what a fantastic weekend: Cedric Gauche released his Cologne Bonn Airport for X-Plane. This freeware scenery package is one of the most extensive freeware add-ons ever seen. It does not only cover the Airport in a incredible detail, it also offers individuell configuration options on a professional level: optional photo-coverage, four options for forests, four […]

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New Antarctica4XPlane Add-ons

In addition to the update of existing Antarctica4XPlane add-ons last week, Paolo released this week a bunch of new scenery packages for the antarctic continent. Again he surprises us with well over a dozen locations to explore: All freeware add-ons from Paolo are available on his download page. Please notice: Depending on the location of each scenery package, […]

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Update of Antarctica4XPlane Add-ons

What a great and very welcome surprise: Paolo released updates for his Antarctica4XPlane add-ons. His seven scenery packages feature updated and new research stations, base camps and airstrips – overall there are now 20 locations for you to explore: Someone could say now: Why we need such a huge update at the end of the […]

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Aspen–Pitkin County Airport for X-Plane

Stairport Sceneries released their Aspen–Pitkin County Airport for X-Plane. Worth to mention, not only because of the detailed representation of the airport, but also because Maps2XPlane had the honor to develop a custom elevation model for Stairport Sceneries. The custom elevation model is the basis for the in the scenery package included Photo-Mesh as well as for a patch of […]

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Futuna and Alofi Scenery and Mesh

Great news: I had the opportunity for a first cooperation with well known X-Plane scenery designer Cami De Bellis. Her new scenery represents the Pointe Vele Airport on Futuna Island and the scenery package will be released with a custom Maps2XPlane base mesh covering Futuna as well as its neighbor island Alofi. Futuna is an […]

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Lower Erebus Hut Observatory

[Please note: This scenery is currently offline due maintenance] Looking for a new challenge on the Antarctic continent? Then I suggest to you Walter’s first scenery for X-Plane, the Lower Erebus Hut Volcano Observatory. A small scenery well integrated in my Antarctica Base Mesh for X-Plane (Part 2 covering Victoria Land and northern Parts of the […]

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Kenn Borek Air Livery

You love to fly the DHC-6 from Aero Pedro? Then I suggest to you the Kenn Borek Air Livery by Walter. Even when the original aircraft with the identification C-GKBH is a shortnose version of the DHC-6, Walter’s livery works also very well with all other versions of Pedro’s DHC-6. Kenn Borek Air is an airline based […]

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Airport Bergen for X-Plane

Today I have the pleasure to announce the release of the Bergen Airport for X-Plane. It was developed by one of my new development partners: Stairport Sceneries. For the realization of their Bergen Airport, I had the opportunity to provide them a high realistic elevation model for the airport area. The primary goal was to […]

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Prince Edward Islands Adventures

As an add-on for my Prince Edward Islands Mesh, community member Ralph developed and released his Prince Edward Island Adventures Scenery for X-Plane. The Scenery Package contains the SANAP’s Meteorological Station at Marion Island, as well as two fictitious airfields. Details can be found on the download page.

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Research Camps Sceneries

The call to create sceneries for the Antarctica4XPlane project shows first successes: It’s a pleasure for me to announce that Mark released the Trough Lake Camp and the Lower Wright Glacier Hut. I thank Mark and I’m looking forward to further realizations by him and other developers who like to support.

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