UK2000 Releases Inverness for Microsoft Flight Simulator
November 20, 2020
UK2000, a popular scenery developer across multiple simulator platforms known for making high-quality addons within the United Kingdom, has added to their library of airports available for Microsoft Flight Simulator with the release of Inverness 2020HD.
Inverness airport is located in Scotland, 7 miles northeast of the city of Inverness; the airport was originally a Royal Air Force station Dalcross and was in use during world war two. Inverness was first opened for civil use in 1947 and features a triangle layout consisting of 3 runways. Today, the airport sees a regular number of visitors, with 946,391 passing through the field’s doors in 2019, with the biggest operator at Inverness being EasyJet. British Airways and Loganair also visit the airport quite frequently.
UK2000 has included true-to-life ground markings, UK runway markings, custom HS vehicles, and much more. The scenery is also optimized, featuring good frame rates to make flying enjoyable out of Inverness. The scenery has also received a 50% discount for previous users of their P3D, FSX, and XP11 versions.
The full feature is listed as follows:
- Full detail Buildings
- Realistic Ground Markings
- Replacement MSFS airport base image
- UK Runway markings
- Use of MSFS Night lights
- Custom HS Vehicles
- Good Frame Rates
- Full set of signs
- Airliner Static Aircraft (optional)
- GA Static Aircraft
- PBR Materials
UK2000 Inverness can be bought from their store for £18.48, or pre-existing users of the scenery can purchase it for £9.24.
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