There is surprisingly a lot to see and keep your interest. This caused several problems; roadways and autogen did not match the underlying graphics and there was no transition between these areas and the adjacent natural textures. After the war, the airport was handed over to Iceland and renamed Keflavík Airport, but was operated by both the U. We reset this goal every new year for the following year's goal. All of the elements that go into night time scenery were present and Well done I felt. It also has a wide collection of smallish airports as air travel is often the only way to go from one end of the island to the other. Thank you for your support! In my opinion this is where the Iceland X scenery really shines.
And given that there's not much in the immediate surroundings of the airport anyway you could just as well make it a lite scenery. Famke wrote:Lite would do for me. Their Iceland package looked interesting and now that Keflavik has been released, I am considering buying both. This means that you only need to execute the installer file and add your registration information when prompted to do so. I decided back then to not work on a newer version before we have high resolution aerial imagery of the whole island available for a reasonable price.
One thing I can say is that it is cheaper to Iceland first and apply the discount for IcelandX users to the purchase of Keflavik. Ian spends a lot of his time experimenting with various simulator packages but has a love for Microsoft Flight Simulator X because of the huge selection of add-ons available. The airport was built by the U. After the scenery has finished installing the Aerosoft Launcher program will start. This is an easiest way to send files to someone who cannot accept them live. But yes, a new version is desperately needed.
The only international airport of Iceland is Keflavik Airport, 50 km to the southwest of the capital Reykjavik. I don't care about the rest of the island, that's just fine the way it is. Most are best suited for smaller aircraft and have limited facilities. There is no apron traffic included with this airport. The manual for Iceland X covers all of the usual topics such as installation and removal, display settings, scenery settings and traffic settings. Documentation Both sceneries come with a manual.
Our airport model has been created true to the original and is an ideal add-on for our scenery. Should you wish, you can contact Ian via email at. This donation keeps our doors open and providing you service 24 x 7 x 365. I know you guys seem open to some unusual destinations so thought I would see if this is something you would consider? These same textures also showed some of the effects of weathering and ageing. If you have any other trouble downloading fsx aerosoft post it in comments and our support team or a community member will help you! Informative scenery manuals, Keflavik X includes a full set of charts.
Seasons Seasonal ground textures are also included and can be selected via the season tool. This airport is of great importance as it also functions as a military airfield. The manual provides basic info but no charts; they are available via a download link if you really need them. Created by volcanic eruptions it has not calmed down yet and the wild mix of water, ice and lava attracts hardy visitors from all over the world. That makes it the fastest growing airport in Europe by far, perhaps even the fastest growing airport in the world.
It more than tripled it's passenger numbers in just five years time. The airport at Reykjavik has been given some extra attention. The modern architecture of the civil terminal is a true eye-catcher. In addition it has a nice little table that provides a correlation between the seasons and months of the year. Click it and That's it, you're done amigo! Just paste the urls you'll find below and we'll download file for you! It is not photoreal ground textures, like Madeira X, but that was never the idea behind this addon.
Night time flying is special for obvious reasons, but I found night time in Keflavik in the dead of winter to be quite dramatic. I actually said 202 percent. If file is multipart don't forget to check all parts before downloading! Easy on the frame rates. Is this something that you'd therefore revisit? But as far as I know, there is a lot of construction going on. But there are fixes for it and I can use it normally. This is a massive undertaking considering that there are approximately 50 airports along with pockets of populated areas and then you add some interesting sights such as the glaciers, waterfalls and volcanos.
I got the sense that this could be a cold and inhospitable landscape. With the good satellite imagery available and some lovely small airports to fly into Westman Islands, Isafjordur etc it really is missing what it actually feels like to fly over the country with the current offerings. The vast majority of the island is unpopulated so the problem was only noticeable when you were near these pockets of civilization. Ian has been writing for Fly Away Simulation for over 9 years. This is an island so it stands to reason that there will be a maritime presence.