• Just Flight - SC Designs - Blackbushe EGLK for MSFS

    Just Flight - SC Designs - Blackbushe EGLK for MSFS

    SC Designs' MSFS scenery of Blackbushe airport (EGLK) in Hampshire, England, provides an accurate rendition of the airport, with accurately modelled buildings, custom taxiways and runway which match real-world operations, dynamic lighting and PBR textures.

    The scenery is fully compatible with Microsoft Flight Simulator's dynamic weather and a PDF manual is included.

    Just Flight - SC Designs - Blackbushe EGLK for MSFS

    Features

    • Custom taxiways and runway to match real-world operations
    • Dynamic lighting
    • PBR textures
    • Fully-modelled buildings based on visits to the actual airport
    • Fully compatible with MSFS dynamic weather
    • Manual included

    Just Flight - SC Designs - Blackbushe EGLK for MSFS

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