• UK2000 Jersey Xtreme Released

    UK2000 Jersey Xtreme

    UK2000 Scenery announces the release of UK2000 Jersey Xtreme for FSX, FS2004 and Prepar3D.

    Jersey airport in the UK Channel Islands was opened on the 10th March 1937 and is now a popular holiday destination for UK and European travellers.

    UK2000 has accurately modelled this airport with full detailed buildings, hi res ground markings, docking system and vegetation effects. It is compatible with default or FTX Global users. Priced is just £16.99.

    For more details and screenshots, please see webpage:

    http://www.uk2000scenery.com/newsite/My_Homepage_Files/Page44.html


    1 Comment
    1. ianroussel's Avatar
      ianroussel -
      The airport is superb, nothing more to be said about that. However the photo scenery is only 2D, and there are some glowing land problems at night. Having said that it's my understanding that the island scenery is only a stand in until something better is developed
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