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UK2000 Releases EGHH Bournemouth Xtreme for P3D and FSX

Uk2000 Scenery Bournemouth 6

Following on from beta testing in January, UK2000 has released their final installment of their Xtreme range of scenery after the release of Belfast V2 in November 2018. This marks an end of an era for UK2000 as they will be pursuing newer technology for their future scenery. EGHH Bournemouth Xtreme has full compatibility with Prepar3D, FSX and also FS2004.
UK2000 has converted many of their recent releases to X-Plane (including Belfast V2). It would be interesting to see if Bournemouth Xtreme is to join the list of retrospective conversions for X-Plane also.

The airport started out as RAF Hurn in a typical wartime layout, located 4 miles north of Bournemouth. It is now used throughout the year by operators such as EasyJet, Ryanair and TUI Airways with destinations from Guernsey to Greece.

Bournemouth Xtreme includes high resolution ground imaging, 3D approach lighting and new night lighting effects to enhance immersion. You can see the full feature list along with screenshots below for more details.

Feature List

  • Detailed custom buildings
  • Realistic ground markings
  • Hi-Res ground imagery
  • Custom UK runway markings
  • Stunning night effects
  • 3D approach lights
  • Dozens of airport vehicles
  • Animated road traffic
  • Full taxiway signage
  • Runway wigwags (hold lighting)
  • Improved runway lights
  • Airliner static aircraft
  • GA static aircraft

Like the rest of the UK2000 scenery offerings, Bournemouth can be purchased via download at £16.99, which is the equivalent of around $22 USD.

To find out more, visit the UK2000 website. You can also keep up to date with further developments and releases by checking the FSElite website.

Tags : AirportBournemouthEGHHSceneryUK2000
Jordan Williams

The author Jordan Williams

Jordan works in operations for a brewery, pub and hotel company in London. He lives with his partner and dog in Wimbledon. Discovering flight simulation when the 3x CD FS2002 was released. He then followed the natural progression up until P3D, where he switched platforms to X-Plane 11. When he is not working or flying (sat at his desk), he enjoys playing the drums, rowing, cycling and running.
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