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UK2000 – Manchester / Stansted / Birmingham / Norwich for XP 10/11

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When UK2000 Scenery floods simMarket store with new sceneries, it’s a launch like fireworks for their X-Plane collection opening. Find now in stock : London Stansted Xtreme V4 EGSS, Manchester Xtreme V2 EGCC, Birmingham Xtreme V3 EGBB and Norwich Xtreme EGSH. All adapted from the FSX/P3D sceneries, those products are…

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Taburet – Birmingham XP for X-Plane 10/11

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httpv://youtu.be/VsKWwSDgIz4 Birmingham city in England modelled by Taburet has been designed by a mix of Autogen and custom buildings upon OpenStreetMap data. Explore Birmingham XP with X-Plane 10 or with the current Beta version 11.

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UK2000 – Birmingham Xtreme V3

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In the Xtreme V3 series of UK2000, I want Birmingham EGBB. It’s the latest airport that received an updated photoreal terrain, extra shading effects and various stands or buildings to ensure the best accurary with the real airport. Here again, you’ll appreciate the British developers’ special animated wig-wags, custom ground…

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JustFlight “Xtreme Airport” boxes

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It seems that boxed versions of software are making something of a resurgence in the FS add-on market, with another whole bunch being added to the shelves at simMarket today. First up are the five “Xtreme Airport” boxed versions from JustFlight of the UK2000 British commercial airports. Each boxed set…

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Talonsim – Birmingham-Shuttlesworth Intl KBHM

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If you have a US hub in lack of destinations with specific scenery, here is Birmingham-Shuttlesworth in Alabama. KBHM airport is in Alabama, and Talonsim claims they will make upgrade according to its modernization program.

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UK2000 – Birmingham Xtreme v2 for FSX review

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A bit of general info on the airport. It is located on the outskirts of Birmingham, England about 10 kms east southeast of the city’s center. The airport was originally opened in 1939 and was known by the name “Elmdon Airport” because it was located in the village of Elmdon. With the outbreak of the Second World War the airport was taken over by the Air Ministry. It was during this time that two hard surface runways were constructed; 06/24 and 15/33. After the war it was returned to civilian use but remained under Government control until 1960 when it was once again taken over by the City of Birmingham, in 1987 ownership was once again transferred, this time to Birmingham International Airport plc. In 1984 a new terminal was opened on the east side next to the Birmingham International railway station giving it a capacity of 3 million passengers, the facilities were further expanded in 1994 with the opening of the “Eurohub” terminal doubling its passenger handling capacity. Runway 06/24 was closed in 2007 leaving the airport with a single runway 15/33 which is 8,527 ft long. As the seventh busiest airport in the UK it saw approximately 8.5 million passengers go through its facilities in 2010. There are plans in the works to further expand both the airport’s facilities and runway.

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UK2000 Scenery – Birmingham Xtreme V2 EGBB

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Gary Summons of UK2000 Scenery like to please us with his Xtreme airports series, and we enjoy the updated versions for better quality and accuracy to see the latest airport installations. It’s now the turn of Birmingham to be delivered as version 2, with new pier and stands, Hotel building…

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UK2000 Birmingham review

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Screenshotartist.co.uk are pleased to announce the publication of our  latest FSX product review, this time covering the UK2000 scenery of Birmingham International Airport (EGBB/BHX) in the United Kingdom. Featuring photographic ground textures and a large number of custom buildings and objects, the scenery does a very good job of representing…

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UK Flight & Train Sim Show reminder…

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Just a quick reminder to anyone that might be interested that the second Flight and Train Simulation Show is taking place in Birmingham, UK this weekend. Located at Think Tank, Millennium Point, near Birmingham City Centre, the show is open from 0900 to 1500 this Saturday, 8th November 2008. Further…