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- Article number: AS10101
- Publisher: Aerosoft
- Developer: Ehlers, Werlitz
- Language: Deutsch / English
- Current version: 1.00
Based on small scale topographical maps and many thousands of images, the complete terrain has been recreated.
- 8 highly detailed airfields and glider fields
- 4 helicopter landing locations
- All important VFR reference points like transmission towers, high tension lines, factories and much more.
- All roads, rivers and train lines
- Mesh terrain and manually placed landclasses
- Coastlines and dikes
- Matches perfectly to Scenery Germany and German Airports
- Extremely detailed city scenery of Bremen
- Bremen city has been covered with a high quality aerial image
- Bremerhaven and Cuxhaven with all important VFR landmarks
- Many special landmarks in high detail (ships, bunkers and more!)
- Smart design techniques used for best performance
- Extensive manual in English and German
This scenery is a perfect expansion for Scenery Germany 2, but you can also use it as a standalone product.
Bremen is the largest city in the outer northwest of Germany. Together with Bremerhaven it was one of the main bases of American troops after World War II and nowadays Bremen is famous for its Technical University. A lot of research on space flight is done here and from the sky above the city you will see the famous "Zero Gravity Tower".
Discover the area from the lowlands around Bremen up to the rough and stormy North Sea coast around Cuxhaven and Bremerhaven (this is where Elvis arrived on military duty in Germany in the 50ies).
List of detailed airfields:
|EDWQ||Ganderkesee / Atlas Airfield|
|EDWB||Bremerhaven am Luneort|
|Klinik Bremen Links der Weser|
|Klinik Bremen Mitte (2 heliports)|
|More heliports at some airfields...|
Other airfields in the area (only runways, not detailed):
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
Pentium III from 2,4 GHz
256 Mb RAM
3D graphics card with 128 Mb RAM
Download Size: 47 MB
Install Size: 200 MB
This product is not compatible with FS2002