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Aerosoft Nuuk, Unique mountainous approaches and the glorious Northern lights. With Nuuk being the capital of Greenland and one of the most spectacular cities; Aerosoft has included a whole range of features including realistic land class, amazing photo real coverage and spectacular custom modelled landmarks.

According to the developers, Deutschland X is intended to provide the best rendering of Germany ever done for FSX. For the purposes of this product, Germany was divided into four distinct areas; north, south, east and west. As the name implies this first installment of four covers the northern area. They’ve included new terrain textures, mesh and vector data. VFR landmarks are a big part of this product as they include all of the features marked in ICAO charts. These include more than 150 lighthouses in NorthernGermany, close to 300 towers and thousands of wind generators. The area covered is…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFZB5BhqGjo The developers of popular add-on Multi Crew Experience have added a “lite” product to the range available, providing a lower cost, lower complexity, entry level package for default users of FS9 and FSX. There’s a useful comparison table here on the product page, along with more information about whatMulti Crew Experience does, for those that have not investigated it before.

Heraklion International Airport, “Nikos Kazantzakis”, ICAO: LGIR, is the primary airport on the island of Crete, Greece. It is a shared civilian/military and is also the country’s second busiest airport after Athens International Airport. First opened in 1939 it was little more than a flat piece of agricultural land. With the hostilities of the Second World War it ceased operations but was reopened in 1946. In 1947 the first terminal building was built to accommodate commercial flights which would begin in 1948; that year some 4,000 passengers used the airport’s very limited facilities. From 1968 to 1971 the airport went…

Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport, ICAO: HESH, which was formerly known as Ophira International Airport, is an international airport located in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. It is the second busiest airport in Egypt after Cairo International airport. It was originally the site of an Israeli Air Force base but after the land was returned to Egypt, as part of the Camp David Accords, it became a civilian airfield. The airport currently has two terminals, Terminal 2 which was the original terminal and Terminal 1 which was completed in 2007; there are plans for a third. Just under 9 million passengers passed through…