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NMG Released East London Airport

Last updated Wed, 20 Jun 2012 19:11:16 GMT
Originally posted on Sun, 25 Mar 2012 06:00:00 GMT

NMG released East London Airport, FSX scenery of East London Airport in South Africa, available on DVD.

East London, also known Buffalo City, was established around the only river port in South Africa, and was initially known as Port Rex. Although it started as a small settlement, East London gradually grew and was elevated to city status in 1914.

Screenshot showing the termal at East London Airport in FSX.

Screenshot showing the termal at East London Airport, South Africa in FSX.

The East London airport plays an important role in the growing economy of the Eastern Cape. The airport is reasonably busy – it handles between 20 and 30 flights every day. Significant alterations to the terminal building have been completed over the past two decades.

This FSX scenery add-on includes a highly detailed East London Harbour, with an accurate coastline and road layout.


  • Accurate and realistic layout of the airport
  • High quality textures on buildings both night and day
  • Accurate runway / apron lighting.
  • Elevated approach, 3D runway and taxiway lighting
  • Fully compatible with AI traffic
  • Fully configurable installer – easy to install

Other releases by NMG in recent times include:

  • Kruger Mpumalanga International
  • Kimberley Airport
  • Small Airports Vol. 6

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JordanThu, 28 Jun 2012 12:56:52 GMT

How do I download the scenery for East London Airport? Thanks for the help.

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