After hundreds or even thousands of virtual flights, you have the right to use your simulator, also, for a refreshing time of fantasy.
OpenVFR comes with a suggestion to feed your imagination : “Tired of flying the same old VFR routes all night long? Well – then we have something really amazing for you! Come and explore two new islands we found in Mediterranean Sea.”
“During development we internally simply called them “Corse Invers” and “Sardina Inverse”, because some strange intergalactic pressure seemed to turn them upside down. So gain your flying experience and step into a really unknown world.
Expect the unexpected. A world completely different. So, don’t be surprised, if your altimeter seems to be crazy – it simply can’t indicate the negative altitudes you are faced with in a world where the Mediterain Sea is the highest level of the terrain. Of course, you can expect great terrain quality as you might already know from other openVFR products.
This is because also for this scenery we have taken exact geo data from Openstreetmap. So, still following the standard VFR charts you could start from the airport Corte – which is now located on a huge rock – to a world with castles placed on flying islands and lakes and villages lovely settled on top of the mountains instead of their real location somewhere in the valleys.
Start up your engine now, but be careful – keep your eyes open and don’t fly against those clouds made of stone up in your airspace in front of you.”
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