AEROSOFT - VFR AIRFIELDS - UETERSEN (EDHE)

AEROSOFT - VFR AIRFIELDS - UETERSEN (EDHE)

PID: 7786
Available since: 08/23/2013.
Publisher: Aerosoft GmbH
Sold by simFlight GmbH
Tags: Hamburg 
EUR 6.95
without VAT EUR 5.84
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DELIVERY METHOD DIRECT DOWNLOAD
FILESIZE 94MB
REGISTRATION KEY Registration key after purchase, see order details page in customer account
REQUIREMENTS Flight Simulator X with Service Pack 2 (available at www.fsinsider.com) or Prepar3D
CPU: 2 GHz
Video card: 256 MB (512 recommended)
1 GB RAM
200 MB hard disk space
Soundcard
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
Adobe Acrobat® Reader 5 or higher to read this manual

The "VFR Airfields" is a series of smaller and medium seized airfields created by experienced developers. Some of the airfields have been extracted from the well-known "German Airfield" packages, that you can purchase individually now (without having to buy the whole package). Others are completely new developments.

About the airfield

Just having one 1000m grass runway this airfield has about 60.000 aircraft movements a year, which is about 3 times as much as the much larger Kiel airport. This is mainly caused by its close proximity to Hamburg (2nd largest city in Germany after Berlin). Most of the city’s aircraft owners have their aircraft based here, making this a very busy place of GA aircraft gliders and some charter aircraft. The previously unknown private pilot Mathias Rust took off from here in 1987 starting his famous flight in a Cessna to Moscow, where he landed on the Red Square.

Features:

  • Detailed airfield
  • Customized aerial image 4x4km around the airfield at 50cm resolution (includes surrounding villages)
  • About 1000 manually placed autogen objects
  • Compatible with most popular VFR sceneries (e.g. VFR Germany)
  • Aerial winter textures
  • Use of FSX-Materials
  • Manual in English and German with approach chart