UK2000 Announces Inverness Xtreme 2019

Alex John
Saturday, August 17, 2019

Scenery developer UK2000 - who develop airports in the United Kingdom for multiple flight simulators - has formally announced Inverness Xtreme 2019.

The announcement was made on their Facebook page, where the developer said new models and textures for the airport were created over many months.

The developer said this will be the "first new product featuring HD and multi material textures."

The scenery is primarily aimed at Prepar3D, but an X-Plane 11 and other versions will follow.

Note that all screenshots released are from Prepar3D:

Situated in Scotland, Inverness Airport (EGPE) serves the city of Inverness as an international airport. Like many airports in the United Kingdom and as seen in the last screenshot, Inverness started life in the Second World War, but opened to civilian flights in 1947.

The airport has seen historical British airlines including the likes of British European Airways and Dan Air serve the airport in the 70s and 80s. Today meanwhile, British Airways (which acquired the aforementioned airlines), Flybe, easyJet and others operate into and out of the airport.

For additional screenshots, see the post on their Facebook page.

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