FSX Scenery--RAF Stoney Cross. RAF Stoney Cross was a busy airfield situated 10 nm west of Southampton, used by both RAF and USAAF during World War II. First users were RAF Army Co-operation Mustang units reinforced with a Canadian Hurricane unit, but then came glider tugs and troop carrying aircraft, Albermarles, Whitleys, Venturas and Stirlings. In the spring of 1944 the USAAF arrived with P-38 Lightnings, and when the P-38s moved to Ibsley, B-26 Marauders arrived. In November RAF Wellington and Stirling transports commenced operations, to be augmented with Yorks and Dakotas. In 1946 the airfield closed for flying. By Chris Smith.
FSX Scenery--Sutton Bank-Yorkshire Glider Club, UK. Can also be used with default scenery with limitations. Sutton Bank, also known as Roulston Scar, is a hill in the Hambleton District of North Yorkshire in England. It is a high point on the Hambleton Hills and the North York Moors National Park with extensive views over the Vale of York and the Vale of Mowbray. It is also home to the Yorkshire Glider Club on top of the hill. This will be the first of a small series of UK glider fields and WW2 airfields. This is specifically designed to work with ORBX England. It will show nicely on FSX stock scenery but the field will be not flat, but very hilly. Also works with ORBX global same caveat. ORBX Global Vector will improve the roads and vector data as will UTX Europe. By Jon Davidson.