How to Fly Over Florida in HD with MegaSceneryEarth
If you are a flight simulator enthusiast who loves to explore realistic scenery, you might want to check out MegaSceneryEarth's Florida V3 package. This is a photorealistic scenery add-on for FSX and P3D that covers the entire state of Florida with high-resolution aerial imagery. You can fly over the Sunshine State and see its diverse landscapes, cities, beaches, lakes, rivers and more in stunning detail.
MegaSceneryEarth's Florida V3 package features:
The latest aerial imagery available taken in 2017, featuring unsurpassed image sharpness, scenery color and clarity.
Improved scenery features with accurate additional water bodies and topographical data.
Flight simulator water effects on all lakes, ponds and reservoirs greater than 5 acres.
Hand-etched shorelines and banks for wide rivers and large water bodies.
AtmosCLEARâ image processing that simulates the image being photographed in a vacuum to eliminate all atmospheric haze and artifact.
Seamless integration with FSX and P3D night scenery, so that dawn and dusk feature a blend of aerial imagery and night lighting.
A full set of FAA charts and approach plates for free.
With MegaSceneryEarth's Florida V3 package, you can fly over some of the most iconic landmarks and attractions in Florida, such as:
Miami's skyline, beaches and port.
Orlando's theme parks, including Disney World, Universal Studios and SeaWorld.
The Florida Keys, a chain of tropical islands connected by bridges.
The Everglades, a vast wetland ecosystem that is home to many wildlife species.
Tampa Bay's bridges, stadiums and downtown area.
Sarasota's cultural and artistic scene.
Venice's historic downtown and fishing pier.
And many more!
If you want to experience Florida in HD with MegaSceneryEarth, you can buy your copy of the package at their official website[^1^] or at simMarket[^3^]. You can also watch a video preview of the scenery on YouTube[^2^]. MegaSceneryEarth offers many other scenery packages for other states and regions in the USA and around the world. You can browse their catalog and find your favorite destination to fly over. MegaSceneryEarth is the ultimate scenery add-on for flight simulator enthusiasts who want to enjoy realistic and immersive flying experiences.
But Florida is not just about scenery. It's also a great place to fly over some of the busiest and most challenging airports in the world. Whether you want to test your skills with a tricky landing, or just enjoy the sight of planes taking off and landing, you will find plenty of options in Florida.
One of the most popular airports in Florida is Miami International Airport (MIA)[^2^], which is the primary airport serving the Miami area. It's a hub for American Airlines and American Eagle, as well as a focus airport for Avianca, LAN Airlines and TAM Brazilian Airlines. It has passenger and cargo flights to cities throughout the Americas, Europe and Western Asia. It's also one of only seven U.S. airports to accommodate the Airbus A380 jumbo jet. Flying into or out of MIA will give you a spectacular view of the city skyline, the beaches and the port.
Another airport that will challenge your piloting skills is Sebring Regional Airport (SEF)[^3^], which is located in Sebring, Florida. This airport is home to the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo, an annual event that showcases light sport aircraft and ultralights. It also hosts the 12 Hours of Sebring, an endurance race for sports cars. The airport has two runways, one of which is 5,224 feet long and the other is 3,940 feet long. The shorter runway is used for gliders and ultralights, while the longer one is used for general aviation and commercial flights.
If you are looking for some more scenic places to fly in Florida, you might want to check out some of the recommendations from other flight simulator enthusiasts. PC Gamer has a list of 10 places every Microsoft Flight Simulator player should visit first[^4^], which includes Lofoten Islands in Norway, Aogashima in Japan, and Giza in Egypt. SimTours.net has a list of spectacular places in the default scenery of FSX[^5^], which includes major terrain mesh bugs, floating runways, and giant spikes. And if you are into fly fishing, Drifthook has a list of top 18 places to fly fish in Florida[^6^], which includes Crystal River, Mosquito Lagoon, and Everglades National Park. 061ffe29dd