Airfield Screenshots (Windows)

User Screenshots

Windows version

This is the airport selection menu within Microsoft Flight Simulator 98. The new airfields are accessed via the 'Scenery from 6.0 and before' menu
Not all the airfields load correctly. This is RAF Culdrose, Southern England, and while the ground installations look fine the actual airstrip floats in the air.
The Berijev Be-12 'Tchaika' on the ground at RAF Culdrose, England.
The control panel of the Berijev Be-12 'Tchaika' is, according to the manual, a DC panel in disguise as not a lot was known about the plane at the time
This shows the DHC-6-300 on the ground at Coutelary, a small airfield in Switzerland. There's not much to see but it is typical of the small airfields that this package contains.
This shows the DHC-6-300 close up. It is in the livery of the Royal Tongan Airline
This shows the DHC-6-300's control panel and radio stack. It is inspired by a Grumman aircraft and is not an actual representation of a DHC panel.
This shows Select Aircraft menu of the flight simulator, currently displaying details of the Lockheed Hercules C-130H of the Royal Netherlands Air Force that is supplied with the package
This is the Ghisonnaccia Altizone airstrip on Corsica, France. Here the ground around the buildings obscures the aircraft
The start position for the planes at some of the small airstrips is a bit too close to accommodate the larger planes. This is the Hercules at Buttwil, Switzerland
An external view of the Lockheed Hercules C-130H of the Royal Netherlands Air Force
The Lockheed P-3 Orion on the ground at a small airfield in France
A longshot of Condom Valance Sur Baise, a small airfield in the Pyrennees. The hangar with the 'F' on the roof is a refuelling point.
The Pilatus PC 6 Porter in Australian Army livery
Not all the airfields are grass strips. This is Strasbourg Neuhof in the Alsace-Lorraine region of France
The control panel of the Pilatus PC 6 Porter is the only panel that the manual says is accurate