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FSWeekend 2019

The NL2000 team will also be at the Avidrome on 2 and at the upcoming FS weekend November 3, 2019 be present again with its own stand. We hope there Just like in previous...

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Our progress of ​version 5

The NL2000 team is not standing still. After version 5 was released last year for the provinces with a photo scenery from 2017, we are currently updating the airports with this recent aerial photos...

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Christmas surprise from the NL2000 team

The NL2000 team surprised its users at Christmas with the first packages of the announced version 5. The photo scenery of the Netherlands is now available per province in 2 resolutions 1m/pixel and 50...

NL2000 version 5.0 download instructions and locations

Minimum system requirements Before you start to download NL2000 version 5, please check if your system meets the minimum system requirements. Explanation of the packages The photo scenery of the Netherlands is now available...

System requirements for NL2000 version 5

It is quite simple. If your PC has the required values for Prepar3Dv4, you can use the NL2000 scenery version 5. See: https://www.prepar3d.com/system-requirements/ The 1 m version 5 requires a disk space of about...

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Jos de Haan

Unfortunately, we have to announce the death of one of our designers, Jos de Haan. He was the designer of, among others, the SS Rotterdam and various buildings of the Zuidas in Amsterdam. He...

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FSweekend 2018 – update

The NL2000 team will be present at the FSweekend in the Aviodrome on 3 and 4 November. We will show there a preview of our newest scenery version 5. That scenery version will be...

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[Work In Progress] Gemini wind farm

The next version of NL2000 will contain the Gemini wind farm.  It actually concerns two wind farms, about 65 km north of Schiermonnikoog with 150 turbines and 2 High Voltage Stations. The eastern part...

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Version 5.0 based on aerial photos of 2017

Contrary to what we indicated earlier, version 5.0 will not be based on aerial photographs from 2016. But we now have access to photos from 2017. So we are now working on a version...