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Nigel H-J
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Post by Nigel H-J »

came across this site then found out it is only for MS2020 :(( Oh well, think you guys might already be aware of this free-ware site but if not here is the link.

EGGP approach including Mersey Gateway, granted they may not be of pay-ware standard but certainly will fill in the small aerodromes until later

https://flightsim.to/file/8275/eggp-app ... ey-gateway

Spurn Point: https://flightsim.to/file/8019/spurn-point-landmarks

Eglinton Airport Ireland: EGAE Eglinton 2021

Denham Airfield: https://flightsim.to/file/8368/denham-aerodrome-egld

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Thanks for the heads up Nigel :thumbsup:
The UK update for msfs the other day, gave us quite a credible Liverpool Airport. These assets to the area, and the Spurn head addon are a welcome addition
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Try this one too - Old Widnes - Runcorn bridges

https://www.flightsim.to/file/1285/silv ... ey-england
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It's a very good site. Some of the repaints there are gorgeous, particularly those for PMDG's DC6 and the default 747. I see that Norwich is available in the Scenery downloads - can't wait to try that out, once I have MSFS running.
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I’ve been on it a while, but one of the best features imho is the ability to search for scenery using a map, you can simply browse an area of the map and it will show you the sceneries available, including airports etc. 👍
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Just had a look and downloaded some interesting scenery.

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