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Lago Announces Maldives Scenery

Last updated Wed, 13 Jul 2011 12:38:26 GMT
Originally posted on Fri, 18 Jul 2003 17:26:01 GMT

Coming this weekend from Lago is their new Male - Maldives Scenery for FS2002 with an upgrade to FS2004 when it's released. The scenery covers the northern atole of Male including the capital and the international airport. For details, click on Read More.

Friday 18th of July Lago is releasing "Male - Maldives Scenery" the first in a series of exotic resorts. Developed by Umberto Colapicchioni, also known for his award winning Honolulu scenery, this promises to be another great add-on both for FS2002 and upgraded to FS2004.

Just to give you an idea, the scenery covers the northern atoll of Male which comprises the capital and its International airport. But it doesn't stop hear, included you will find 25 islands completely designed in great detail with landing and docking areas for amphibian planes, all the holiday resorts and sports facilities included. While flying over this atoll you will notice that power boats are transporting tourists from one island to the other, or you might come across some wind surfers enjoying these idyllic waters.

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Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens

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