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    Welcome to Version 2.1 of Scotflight Scenery featuring 37 Scottish airfields and an incredible list of city and landscape features*.

    The most significant new features in Version 2 are the detailed scenery of Edinburgh city centre, the many new and improved airfields bringing the total to 37, and a huge number of new and improved features details.

    New Features

    • In addition to the new and improved towns, cities, villages, docks, harbours, castles, historic buildings, windfarms, pylons, power stations, TV and radio masts, lighthouses, bridges, piers, petrochemical works, ships, boats and tourist attractions, Version 2 also includes a fully-working Falkirk Wheel (canal boat lift). For a complete categorised list of features, see Features.
    • For FS2004 users, Version 2 includes AFCAD2 files for all active airports to allow AI movements and designated parking spots, as well as making all airport entries available from the main Go To Airport window. A dedicated AI Traffic file adds specific traffic movements to most airfields, with AI aircraft departing and landing on a regular basis. (FS2002 users wanting AI traffic should look for AFCAD files by David Fidler in the file libraries on avsim.com or flightsim.com).
    • Version 2 has also addressed some FS2004 compatibility issues, and there are a huge number of new and improved features such as a new and more detailed version of Aboyne, improved electricity pylons, new and improved radio and TV masts, a new lighthouse, revised textures optimised for FS2002 and FS2004 and an improved installer.
    • Improvements specifically for FS2004 include revised autogen to handle the changes in FS2004 autogen, removal of the unwanted duplicate bridges in FS2004, changes to custom coastlines to make them fully compatible with FS2004 and fixes for default scenery objects such as dockyard cranes which do not display correctly in FS2004.
    • In addition, geographic improvements have been made to coastlines, roads and beaches, and the Orkney airfields even feature accurate fields and woods in the vicinity of the airfields. FS2002 Compatibility
    • * Two airfields introduced in Version 2.1, North Ronaldsay and Papa Westray, are designed for FS2004 only, hence are not available when Scotflight Scenery is used in FS2002.

    Features Overview

    Scotflight Scenery features not only 37 airports/airfields (two disused), but also a staggering set of other features. See the sections below for more details:

    Special mention must be made of the detailed rendition of Edinburgh City Centre, plus unique features such as the fully-working Falkirk Wheel. Details Airfields

    * Aberdeen (Dyce) * Aboyne - Deeside Flying Club * Balado - disused arifield near Kinross * Barra * Broadford (Isle of Skye) * Campbeltown (Machrahanish) * Carlisle * Crail Airfield, Fife - Former RAF & RNAS base * Cumbernauld * Dornoch * Dundee * East Fortune * Eday - Orkney * Errol airfield (SW of Dundee) * Fife (Glenrothes) * Gigha airstrip * Glenforsa * Insch - Aberdeenshire * Inverness * Islay * Jura airstrip * Kirknewton * Lamb Holm Island - Orkney * North Ronaldsay (FS2004 only) * Oban, (North Connel) * Papa Westray (FS2004 only) * Plockton * Portmoak, Kinross - Scottish Gliding Centre * Sanday - Orkney * Scone (Perth) * Strathallan - Perthshire * Stronsay - Orkney * Tealing - disused airfield near Dundee * Turnberry * Westray - Orkney * West Freugh * Wick

    AFCAD/AI Traffic

    * AFCAD2 Files for all active airports (FS2004 only). * Customised AI Traffic file (FS2004 only).

    Note: FS2002 users wanting AI traffic should download freeware AFCAD files by David Fidler from file libraries on avsim.com or flightsim.com. Towns and cities

    Edinburgh City Centre

    * Edinburgh Castle, Ramsey Gardens, C.of S. Assembly Rooms and St Giles Cathedral * Princes Street and Gardens, Scott Monument, National Galleries, Bank of Scotland Headquarters (The Mound), Waverley Station and Market, Balmoral Hotel * St Andrews Square, New Registry House, New St Andrews House, Old St Andrews House * Calton Hill with City Observatory, National Monument, Nelson's Monument and Old High School * Hibernian FC Stadium (Easter Road) and Meadowbank Sports Centre * New Scottish Parliament, Holyrood Palace, Dynamic Earth and Arthur's Seat * George Heriot's School, College of Art and Argyll House * MacEwan Hall, Appleton Tower and David Hume Tower * Usher Hall, Royal Lyceum Theatre * Festival Square, Sheraton Hotel, Standard Life Headquarters, Sun Alliance headquarters and Caledonian Hotel * International Conference Centre, Scottish Widows Headquarters * Murrayfield Stadium and Hearts FC Stadium (Tynecastle) * Charlotte Square, Old Registry House, St Mary's Cathedral, Moray Place, Queen Street and Royal Circus * Fettes College and Playing Fields

    Around Edinburgh

    * Royal Observatory - Blackford Hill * Masts on Corstorphine and Braid's Hills * Hillend Dry Ski Slope ( floodlight at night ) * Leith Docks - corrected dock entrance and added dockside flats plus re-textured Scottish Executive and Ocean Terminal Buildings * Granton Harbour and retextured Granton Gasometers * Hi-flats in various areas - West Pilton, Sighthill, Little France and Leith * Various sports Grounds - Heriots, Stewarts Melville, Watsonians and Boroughmuir * Most golf courses & parkland areas


    * Photo-realistic buildings throughout city * Mills Observatory * SCRI * Glamis Castle * Ninewells Hospital * Sensation * Discovery Point

    River Clyde/Glasgow

    * St Enoch Centre * Meadowside Granary * Daily Record Building * BAE Systems * Govan Shipyard * Lancefield Quay Flats * Kingston Quay Flats * Shipbuilding cranes (various locations)

    Firth of Forth

    * Cramond Island & Cramond Foreshore * Inchcolm Island with Inchcolm Abbey * Moored oilrig off Kirkcaldy * Coastline - whole Firth of Forth from Torness in the South to Crail in the North


    Special features

    Falkirk Wheel
    * The Falkirk Wheel. Fully working canal boat lift. (Animation best viewed in 'slew mode' at 8x simulation rate)

    Landmark features

    * Bowbeat Windfarm - N of Peebles - 24 Turbines * Crystal Rig Windfarm - East Lothian - 20 Turbines * Dun Law Windfarm - East Lothian - 26 Turbines * Cruach Mhor Windfarm - Glendaurel, Argyll - 35 Turbines * Novar Windfarm - Sutherland - 34 Turbines * Beinn Ghlas - North Argyll - 14 Turbines * Busbie Muir Windfarm - Ardrossan, N Ayrshire - 12 Turbines

    Power Stations
    * Torness (East Lothian) with adjacent small caravan park. * Cockenzie (Firth of Forth) * Hunterston ( Firth of clyde) * Longannet (Firth of Forth) * Chapelcross (near Carlisle Airport) * Inverkip

    TV Masts
    * Craigowl Hill communications mast (Dundee) * Communications mast on hill south of Tay Road Bridge (Dundee) * Communications masts on hill South West of Perth. * Rosemarkie (near Inverness Airport) * Mount Eagle (near Inverness Airport) * Craigkelly (Fife) * Blackhill (Central Scotland) * Kirk O' Shotts (Central Scotland) * Durris (Grampian) * Meldrum (Grampian) * Darvel (Ayrshire) * Rosneath * Westernglen (x4) * Selkirk (x2) * Angus * Forfar * Inverurie * Anthorn (Radio mast at Great Orton, nr. Carlisle) * Burghead Radio Mast

    Petrochemical Works
    * Grangemouth * Mossmorran (near Fife Airport) * Dalmeny Oiltank Farm (within sight of Forth Bridges)

    Docks and ferry terminals
    * Troon Docks (approach to Prestwick Airport) * Grangemouth West of Chemical Works * Leith with many buildings and Royal Yacht Brittania * Hound Point (Firth of Forth) with oil tankers * Braehead Terminal (Firth of Forth) with gas tanker * Invergordon Cruise Terminal with cruise ship * Stranraer Ferry Terminal with Stena HSS * Cairnryan Ferry Terminal with Car Ferry

    * Girdle Ness (Aberdeen ) * Barns Ness (East Lothian Coast) * Isle of May (Firth of Forth) - Island redrawn. * Inchkeith (Firth of Forth) - Island added also. * Lady Isle (Firth of Clyde) * Bass Rock (Firth of Forth) - Island added also. * Rubha nan Gall (Isle of Mull). * Mull of Galloway * Crammag Head * Killantringan * Corsewall Point * Loch Ryan * Ailsa Craig * Sanda * Turnberry * Pladda * Holy Isle * Cloch * Leith (Dock Entrance) * Lismore * Channory * Cromarty * Tarbet Ness * Fife Ness Lighthouse & Coastguard Station * Skerries Lighthouse (near Lossiemouth)

    Bridges and Piers
    * Skye Bridge * Ballachulish Bridge * Forth Road Bridge * Forth Rail Bridge * Kincardine Bridge * Cromarty Firth Bridge * Dornoch Firth Bridge * Kessock Bridge and approaches * Connel Bridge (Oban) with approaches * Tay Road Bridge * Tay Rail Bridge * Rosyth pier * South Queensferry pier * Crombie pier * Braefoot pier

    * Castle Stalker (North Argyll) * Fort George on approach to Inverness * Duart & Moy Castles (Isle of Mull) * Kissimul Castle (Castlebay Isle of Barra) * Barnbougle Castle (Firth of Forth) * Urquhart Castle (with special feature) * Glamis Castle (Dundee) * Broughty Ferry Castle (Dundee) * Castle Stuart near Inverness Airport * Dunstaffanage Castle on approach to Oban

    Other Landmarks
    * Glasgow River Clyde. * Braehead Centre. * BAESystems Scotstoun. * Added dockyard cranes, quays,sheds, ships and carparks and riverside walkways around Glasgow Science Centre. * More hi-flats around River Clyde area. * Seaton Sands Caravan Park (Adjacent Cockenzie Power Station) * Town Of Castlebay (Isle of Barra) * Town of Tobermory (Isle of Mull) * Aberdeen - revised shoreline and harbour breakwaters. * Turnberry Hotel & Golf Courses with airstrip * Works with chimney on approach to Inverness * High flats (Glasgow, Greenock, Irvine, Kincardine Bridge and Ayr) * Hopetoun House * Lowther Hills Tracking Station (N Dumfriesshire) * Great Dun Tracking Station (Cumbria) * Wallace Monument * McCaig's Tower (Oban) * Scone Palace (Perth) * Kinnoul Hill tower (Perth) * Windfarm at Great Orton (Carlisle Area) * Stirling University campus * Kinross House * Raigmore Hospital

    Electricity Pylons
    * Longannet * Mossmoran * Hunterston * Inverkip * Chapelcross

    Ships, Boats & Yachts
    * Firth of Clyde (several locations) * Moray Firth * Around Oban & North Connel * Firth of Forth * Plockton * Wig Bay, Loch Ryan * Stena HSS off Corsewall Point * P & O Jetliner near Holy Isle, Firth of Clyde * Yacht near Ailsa Craig, Firth of Clyde * Container ship near Ailsa Craig, Firth of Clyde * Small yachts around Castlebay, Tobermory and Duart Castle.

    * Seven redundant oilrigs in Cromarty Firth

    Coastlines, roads and landclass

    * Revised Aberdeen shoreline. * Revised shoreline in Skye Bridge area. * Kinross - revised shoreline for Loch Leven and islands. * 'Real water' and detailed coastline at Leith, Grangemouth and 20 miles of the River Clyde from Erskine Bridge to the city centre. * Errol, Dundee, Perth, Inverness and Connel * Dundee, Perth, Inverness, Connel and the Forth. * Headland at N Queensferry added to meet Forth Rail Bridge.

    Sandy Beaches
    * Machrahanish * Oban, North Connel * Glenforsa * Dornoch

    * Revised roads, particularly where required to tie in with default scenery or to align with other Scotflight Scenery features

    * Custom landclass for many areas particularly round airfields, towns, cities and landmarks.

    Other features
    * All textures optimised for FS2002/FS2004 * All Scotflight Scenery airfields can now be accessed from the World Menu in FS2004 * Orkney airfields feature actual fields and woodland in surrounding area plus local roads

    * Easy-to-use installer autodetects FS2002/FS2004 * Choose which version to install for * Detects correct FS locations no matter where installed * Allows FS and install locations to be customised * Allows installation of scenery onto separate disk to FS * Automatically configures Scenery Library * Integrates into Windows Add/Remove Programs * All changes made by installer fully documented and viewable prior to installation

    Update Offer
    • If you previously purchased VF - SCOTFLIGHT SCENERY V1.3 at simMarket, you are entitled to the special upgrade price of EUR 8.95 only. NOTE: The special upgrade price will be awarded automatically, therefore you must be logged into your same account used to purchase the previous version! If in doubt contact simMarket support first! NO REFUNDS GIVEN!


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    A great package on the whole for those eager to fly over a realistic depiction of Scotland, with accurately located landmarks, monuments and well-detailed Edinburgh amongst others; almost as if you are really there. A tip of sorts for this and all other Visual Flight (VF) Packages for those who also own Ultimate Terrain Europe: install while also selecting the option that you have the VFR UK Photo Scenery and not simply a default FS install; resultant scenery install will match up quite well with Ultimate Terrain Europe as it in turn is just as accurate as the VFR UK Photo Scenery. Overall, a great purchase!

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