No Money Mondays: Duxford Airfield MSFS

September 12, 2022

It’s that time of the week once again, back to work or school after a blissful weekend off. Nothing to look forward to… but wait … It's no money Monday!

This week, NMM takes us to the beautiful Aerodrome of Duxford. Just 8 miles from Cambridge this beautiful Aerodrome hosts some of the most historic and incredible aircraft some of which still take to the skies. Home of the Imperial War Museum, Duxford attracts thousands of visitors each year. Exhibits in Duxford include an SR71 Blackbird, B-52 Stratofortress and even the first ever Concorde prototype the famous 01 or 101 as it's officially known due to computer systems which had trouble recognising 2-digit serial numbers in those days. The Museum at Duxford hosts a vast array of aircraft that would leave your jaw on the floor. Aircraft that regularly fly around Duxford are “Sally B” a B-17G Flying Fortress, a beautiful PBY-5A Catalina and an entire fleet of second world war fighters such as Mustangs and Spitfires. Duxford really is a one-of-a-kind airfield. 

Has the above left you wanting to book a trip to Duxford? If so… why not visit it in your sim! Thanks to scenery developer ChicoMic you can now fly your favourite aircraft into Duxford and virtually visit the Imperial War Museum. His stunning scenery package includes; 

  • Every building, represented in fine detail with all signage accurately placed.
  • The British Airliner Collection has been added with additional static aircraft complete with boarding stairs.
  • All buildings were included and accurately modelled using architect's drawings if available along with high-quality photoreal textures.
  • Aprons, parking, taxiways and signs, and runway texture are all reworked with working ATC (basic ATC as per real life)
  • A multitude of objects includes the museum displays, cafes and diners, workshops, spectators and much much more. 

EGSU really is the perfect airfield to take your favourite GA or Warbird aircraft to, be it with some friends or by yourself you are sure to enjoy this incredible scenery package. 

This stunning scenery is available completely free here!

Our thanks to ChicoMick for developing such incredible freeware scenery.

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