• OZx Scenery Again Available

    OZx

    With the explicit permission of Jay Kae, FlightSim.Com is proud to be able to host the highly regarded OZx scenery files of Australia.

    As many of you will know, OZx was maliciously hacked last year, and as a result, most of the files were lost. Luckily though, a copy of the main OZx scenery files survived, and these are now (again) ready for your enjoyment. It is a large file (5 GB in size). However, all of us here know that keeping this work alive is of the upmost importance. So with that said...head on over to the file library and sample the wonders of OZx Australia!

    Download OZx 3.5 Complete

    Tags: australia, ozx

    2 Comments
    1. tiger1962's Avatar
      tiger1962 -
      Thank you to Jay Kae and all at Flightsim.com for making this possible, I hope to see OZx back online soon.
    1. cgsimpson's Avatar
      cgsimpson -
      Great news

      OZx is missed by this aussie fs tragic may it rise again soon
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