ROLLING CUMULUS SOFTWARE - UNKNOWN AIRPORTS OF COLOMBIA PART 1

ROLLING CUMULUS SOFTWARE - UNKNOWN AIRPORTS OF COLOMBIA PART 1

PID: 7818
Available since: 09/04/2013.
Publisher: Rolling Cumulus Software
Sold by Rolling Cumulus Software
Tags: Combaima La Opia Los Feria Giron Asta Matupa Solita San Felipe Macanal 
EUR 9.04
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DELIVERY METHOD DIRECT DOWNLOAD
FILESIZE 7MB
REGISTRATION KEY This product does not have a registration key, you can simply execute the downloaded file to install
REQUIREMENTS
  • Windows XP with SP3 installed, Vista or 7 (32 or 64 bits)
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator FSX with SP1 and SP2 (or Acceleration Pack)
  • Pentium V/2GHz or similar
  • Minimum 1GB RAM
  • 512MB graphics card
  • 10MB available hard disk space

Continuing with our Series of "Unknown Airfields" we are happy to present to you this Kit which gives you the oportunity to fly to interesting areas of Colombia, South America.

Colombia is a large country with all kinds of terrain. From the towering Andes Mountains, they start here, to low Jungle areas. You will fly to eight airfields not available in the original FSX Sim which will test your flying abilities in rough areas..actually Bush country Flying by small airlines who cover what the large ones omit.

FOR THE FIRST TIME WE HAVE ADDED THREE NEW FSX WEATHER THEMES which represent some of the characteristics found in these latitudes.

Set up your own "Charter" Airline and fly cargo and passangers to these forgotten airfields.

THE KIT INCLUDES:

  • Combaima Airport
  • La Opia Airfield
  • Los Feria Giron Airport
  • Asta Airport
  • Matupa Airport
  • Solita Airfield
  • San Felipe Airport
  • Macanal Airfield
  • Three Flight Plans plus loose flights to all airports
  • Three NEW WEATHER THEMES to use in your flights
  • New Scenery Objects and Land Class
  • Detailed Instructions.

BONUS...Texture for a freeware model that actually flies in these areas.

We are sure you will spend days visiting these airports as a lonely Bush Pilot or as a "Small Air Service" Captain.

More Episodes follow......