Conington Airfield (EGSF) near Peterborough, UK, is home to several GA aircraft which have recently been modelled for FSX and P3D by Just Flight's in-house development team.
Among the features of this detailed and frame rate friendly rendition of the airfield are high-resolution photorealistic ground textures, custom airport markings and signs, realistic night lighting and shadow effects, custom scenery around the airfield boundary, optional 3D grass and custom trees.
Conington, otherwise known as Peterborough Business Airport (ICAO: EGSF) is a privately owned airfield located in the UK county of Cambridgeshire, six miles south of Peterborough and twenty miles north-west of Cambridge. The airfield started life as RAF Glatton, built in 1942 and used by the USAF B-17 Flying Fortress bombers throughout WWII. The airfield was mothballed by the RAF after the USAF left at the end of WWII, but it saw activity again with GA flying from the 1970s onwards until Flying Club Conington took over in 2000.
The airfield is equipped with a licensed 987-metre asphalt runway (10/28) with a 100m overshoot and an unlicensed 800-metre concrete runway. JET A-1 and AVGAS fuel, a hard apron area and grass area for helicopter operations provide an excellent base for your GA fleet.
Developed following extensive on-site research
Custom airport markings/signs
Accurate runway and taxiway placement
High-resolution photorealistic ground textures, adjusted for seasonality
Flight Simulator X (Acceleration, Gold), FSX: Steam Edition or Lockheed Martin - Prepar3D V3/V4 Windows 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP (32-bit or 64-bit) 2.0 GHz or any Dual Core 2 GB RAM 1 GB graphics card 2 GB hard drive space Download-Size: 910 MB
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