SCENERY > Freeware
All these scenery releases are freeware. Note that these sceneries have been designed to work best with the FTX AU ground textures. For FSX and P3D sceneryt please see FSX and P3D Scenery
HOW TO ADD SCENERY TO MSFS
Manual installation is required for these airports. First, you need to find the location of your Community folder. In a default install this will be something like:
or for Steam Edition:
C:\Users\[YOUR USERNAME]\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft Flight Simulator\Packages\Community
or you were really clever and you installed it to a separate drive with an easy to access location.
Next copy the contents of the Community folder in the scenery download into the Community folder in your install.
NOTE: The folders in this download need to sit inside the Community. At the moment it doesn't seem like you can neatly group sceneries into a sub folder with MSFS. Each airport is in it's own folder so you can remove any that you do not need or already have another version of.
Finally start the sim. The new airports will automatically be picked up by MSFS, there is no need to add them to a scenery library like FSX. The airports are flagged to indicate user created content.
Ant's Aussie Airports is coming to Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 (not compatible with FSX or P3D). Version 1.00 contains only 2 airfields at the moment but future versions will include additional airports.
Includes scenery for: YPLI Palmers Island, YEVD Evans Head