FSX A Week at Oshkosh AirVenture
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FSX A Week at Oshkosh AirVenture

FSX A Week at Oshkosh AirVenture

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"A week at Oshkosh AirVenture" is an 8-mission pack for all Microsoft Flight Simulator X versions, reproducing events at Oskosh Air Ventures 2010. Missions of various difficulty levels will lend you unforgettable enjoyment. The eight missions configure a complete story with loads of effects, sounds, cameras, aircraft, objects, AI, RC models, high-quality scripts, and totally original adventures in the FSX mission world. All missions include rewards and all charts, maps, and diagrams in the original FSX-mission format. For a few hours you will feel like just another participant in Oshkosh AirVenture 2010.

Installation: Click the attached installer. Missions will appear as a specific category: "A week at Oshkosh". It is very advisable to run the missions in its chronological order. English and Spanish version are available.


To be able to see all objects in "A Week at Oshkosh AirVenture", scenery object configuration must be set at "Very dense" or "Extremely dense". If running from older machines or detecting performance impact, set scenery to "Normal" or "Dense".

For best visuals we recommend to use this pack working together with Ultimate Terrain and Real Environment Xtreme.



On Sunday, July 25th you will take off from Manitowoc heading to Oshkosh, where you will have a great week. However it"s already late and the sun is about to set... you don"t have much time left. Your co-pilot will entertain your flight with the history behind Oshkosh AirVenture, the most important aviation celebration in the world.


It is your first day at Oshkosh. You will enjoy a pleasant sailplane flight. After being towed to 5000 feet, you might encounter updrafts and downdrafts. But an experienced pilot as you will have no problems with them. Your friends will be flying hot air balloons and would like to take snapshots from you, as long as you can come close to them.


One of the main attractions at Oshkosh is its formation flights. Here you will join, keep and land with a three Douglas DC3 formation, one of which will be you. It isn"t easy but the formation leader will give you all indications you may need during flight. If you keep the formation you will later see a nice video of your flight shot from the control tower.


There"s always one bad weather day at Oshkosh! There"s been an accident in the lake involving a diver. You must help in the rescue. But a large storm has broken, and lightning can strike! Your instruments may be gone. Would you be able to return with just the stick and ball? You should attempt it


Stand by for boarding! You could think nothing better than scare the hell out of the boats down in the lake, bombarding them... with harmless flour bags! Oh well, perhaps... who knows... you might get to see a ghost ship. Old folks call them "The Sulphur Queen". And don"t miss the fantastic landing you"ll have to perform on the lower deck of a ferry at anchor.


Had you ever participated in a precision landing match? Well, today"s the day. They"ve painted some strips on the runway. You must show your prowess by landing on the green strip aboard six different aircraft. Will you get enough points for your reward?


Race! Pit yourself against three other in a thrilling race. You"ll get to see one of the biggest features of the Oshkosh week, when the hosts will fill the runway ditch with gasoline... and set it in flames!


After a vibrant week at Oshkosh, today we"ll engage in a RC model show. You"ll choose among three models of various performance, and you"ll demonstrate your prowess at RC flying. The three models have been modified to simulate the exact behaviour and performance of an RC model in your simulator. Will you be able to do a torque roll with the RC Extra?


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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 30 July, 2010.

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