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FSX

Aerosoft – Newcastle X FSX / P3Dv3

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The English airport of Newcastle EGNT has been reproduced by I.D.S. and published by Aerosoft. The first product available for now is made for P3D v3 and FSX. Then, they will prepare separately the Professional P3D4 version.

FSX

I.D.S Innovative Development Studios – Projects News

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As IDS team is working on various projects at the same time, it’s quite handy to find the developement status debriefing at once : here. To sum it up, before Christmas, we are going to see first Manchester and Boeing Field. Then, Nassau X Bahamas Intl will get an update…

Add-on or Expansion Pack

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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Review UK2000 – Newcastle Xtreme for FSX

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Newcastle International Airport (ICAO: EGNT) is located in Great Britain in the City of Newcastle upon Tyne which can be found approximately half way up the east coast by the North Sea. The airport has a single passenger terminal and a single asphalt runway; 07/25 @ 7,641ft long. It was rated as the 11th busiest airport in the UK handling just slightly more than 4.3 million passengers in 2010. It is currently a hub for the following carriers; Flybe, Easyjet, Jet2 and Eastern.

FS2004

UK2000 new release : Newcastle Xtreme EGNT

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Xtreme is not just a brandmark of UK2000 scenery to sound cool and that’s it. Newcastle EGNT is the latest entry in that collection, and once again, it’s “Xtremely” realistic with the runways wigwags, Hi-Res ground images, plus other night lightings and effects.

FS2004

UK2000 — Newcastle Airport (EGNT)

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Already once month ago, UK2000 delivered Birmingham Xtreme V2. You already guessed what’s next : Newcastle Xtreme, and I bet we’ll enjoy it as much as Gary Summons does when he designs a regional airport mixing medium sized terminal buildings and other warehouses with plenty of vehicles around.