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Ruud Faber

Expected April/early May - FScene for FSX

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Hi all,

We have great News: FScene for FSX is on the way!


The complete legendary FScene collection will be back, fully adapted for use in FSX.

There will be only 4 Packs available, all complete with the 5 seasons:


-Prices are not known yet, but i can tell you already now that old customers will get a substantial discount:

-Customers that have purchased the FS2004 online versions

via simMarket will be automatically awarded the discount at the shop.

-Customers that have purchased the FS2004 online versions

via Flight1, PilotShop or PCAviator will be awarded thru a coupon system.

(details will published later on)

-An advantage for those who own only one or more single seasons:

You will be awarded the full discount on any pack you choose to buy.

-Special service if you need the FS2002/FS2004 version:

In each FScene4X Pack you'll find the relating Pack of FScene2004/6 too.

-We are shooting new screenshots,

here's one to show how this version of FScene will merge nicely

with the great advantages of FSX.

-On my website you'll find a small, but growing series of city-pictures.

-My good friend Jaap van Hees is shooting too: see Sticky below.

Stay tuned, expected release during April/ early May.




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Good news Ruud.

And a surprise I might add, after your earlier musings about maybe not doing it ;)

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Welcome to the FSX-scene, Ruud!!

This is the best news I heard about FSX-addons for a long time. :D

I will be on your doorstep to get them as soon as possible.

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Hi Jeroen,

Hi Paul,


You'll be the first to know when ready. I was too optimistic, maybe the release will be in May.

It's rather time consuming.

We will offer 7 different (all seasons in it) packs, 6 continents plus the MegaPack.

All based on good old FScene2004-6, but with a heavy load of adaptions

to make the merge with FSX advantages as smooth as possible.


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