African Safari (Windows)

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African Safari is a scenery add-on package for Microsoft Flight Simulator 95 and/or Microsoft Flight Simulator 98.

In these simulators the continent of Africa was not especially well covered with many, if not all, airports being represented by a single runway. This package adds airport buildings and static aircraft to existing airports and enhances the terrain using US military maps. The documentation says the produce has ten or more towns, three national parks, forty named airports and around thirty unnamed small airports, and all the range beacons in Africa (as they were in 1998).


African Safari Windows In the Serengeti national park, taking off from Lake Lgarya airfield
African Safari Windows Capetown has been selected and the player now has to e option of installing to either Flight Simulator '95 or Flight Simulator '98
African Safari Windows Once the scenery file has been loaded onto the players computer it must be manually added into the simulators scenery library.
Flight Simulator 95
African Safari Windows Taking off from Johannesburg using the new scenery. The default scenery has no buildings at all, just two runways in the middle of nowhere.
Flight Simulator '98

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piltdown_man (140115) added African Safari (Windows) on Apr 29, 2013