I’ve finally got around to uploading RAF Elvington version 2.0 for FSX to the server. It’s been done for a couple of weeks, but I have a number of issues going on with my health at the moment, so it’s taken me way too long to get around to actually packaging and uploading it. It’s now available here, supported by a new release of my scenery objects, which can be found either via the link on the Elvington page, or the top menu bar. I’ll try and get the All in One files updated as soon as possible, to include the new files.
It’s been a while coming, but I have finally uploaded Version 1.0 of my RAF Banff scenery, which can be found for download here or via the top menu bar under Flight Simulator / Historical / RAF Airfields.
Banff was home to a Mosquito Strike Wing of Coastal Command, operating against shipping and shoreline (primarily) targets across the North Sea and Norway. Situated a very short distance inland from the Moray Firth, this scenery includes many new custom objects, as well as SODE integration and a mesh blend file, to avoid cliffs around the aerodrome. Therefore, there are a couple of new library downloads to go with this.
It went a bit quiet again, but once more it was actually for a reasonable reason… Mainly that my health took another nosedive, as it tends to. I’m on a double dose of one of my medicines for a while.
Anyway, I haven’t been completely idle, it’s just taken me lot longer to do things and one of the things that’s had some fixes and a lick of paint is the FlaK38 “Flakvierling” that sits on most of my Luftwaffe airfields.
I’ve finally got around to creating new pages for two existing airfields – one of which had a page on the old site, the other one didn’t and has just been packaged up for the first time on its own. The two pages are RAF
They can be found via the menu at the top of the website.
Here’s something I haven’t done for a while… It’s a whole new scenery at version 1.0!
To go with the release of the new Aeroplane