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NL2000 Version 4.0 scenery

Last updated Thu, 06 Jul 2017 19:38:47 GMT
Originally posted on Sat, 14 Nov 2009 05:42:45 GMT

AmsterdamAt this moment the team is building on version 4. A lot of work has been done, and that's why we release new screen shots. There are still a lot of items that are not finished yet, so we cannot give a release date for the final version 4.

But we can release some details:

  • New Dutch ground layout photographic scenery with better colors and better connections with the surrounding countries.
  • All airports are completely rebuild with the latest techniques.
  • Soesterberg (EHSB) will come in two versions: a recent one and a version from the eighties, with included American and Dutch AI planes.
  • We created the possibility to turn on and off autogen trees in the forest areas.
  • We made improvements in the surface to avoid the bleeding from version 3.
  • COM and NAV frequencies are improved according to the reality of 2009.
  • Airports and surface can be installed separately.

Soon it will be Flying over the Netherlands with a capital F.

NL2000 Amsterdam v4.0 scenery

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Ian Stephens

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