– Ironed out taxiway bumps, if you see any more, then let us know.(there will still be undulations, but no sharp bumps).
Inverness airfield started life as Royal Air Force station Dalcross (RAF Dalcross), and was used during the Second World War. Like most old RAF stations it has the classic 3 runway triangle layout. The airfield transferred to civil operations in 1947. During the 1960s-1980s it was used by British European Airways, British Airways and Dan-Air using Viscounts, Tridents and BAC1-11 aircraft.
Today EasyJet, British Airways and Loganair are the main operators at the airport which is now part of Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL). This is a public corporation which also owns Dundee, Islay, Inverness, Kirkwall, Stornoway, Sumburgh, Tiree and Wick airports.
Our new system takes advantage of the sloping terrain technology in MSFS. The scenery utilises many of the new MSFS features, including there airport and approach light models. The MSFS Vegetation system is used where possible to populate the airfield with grass, trees and scrubs.
The scenery is designed to blend in with the MSFS aerial images and the auto generated buildings and trees are kept and not removed.
Full detail Buildings
Realistic Ground Markings
Replacement MSFS airport base image
UK Runway markings
Use of MSFS Night lights
Custom HS Vehicles
Good Frame Rates
Full set of signs
Airliner Static Aircraft (optional)
GA Static Aircraft