Explore Norway in unprecedented detail
Orbx EU Norway covers approx. 160,000 square miles (~420,000 sq km), all of Norway* plus narrow boundary regions of adjacent Sweden, Finland, and Russia. Enjoy a wide variety of landscapes - scenic coastlines and offshore islands, deeply incised fjords, vast interior plateaus covered with close to one million lakes, lush agricultural areas along the corridors of large rivers, colourful villages, bustling urban centres, and industrial sites associated with oil & gas exploration -- and all have been recreated with great detail and accuracy. Hand-placed custom landclass along with the road and railroad networks, powerlines, wind farms, and vertical obstructions are included for true-to-life VFR flying. Many key points of interests, urban as well as natural, are featured with seasonal photoreal coverage and are fully annotated with autogen buildings and vegetation.
The city of Alesund has received special "Cityscape" treatment and we've also added important structures in Norway's capital, Oslo. Custom models of other landmark structures include two dozen major bridges, 28 of the iconic wooden stave churches, and almost 100 lighthouses. Just like our other region titles we've given each of the 117 listed airports and 18 unlisted airstrips a major upgrade, with more accurate placements of runways and taxiways as well as buildings, hangars, static aircraft, moving people (and creatures), and lots of "clutter". Last but not least all ground textures are hand-annotated with our custom autogen objects including the spectacular and frame-rate friendly Orbx Global-style night lighting.
* Please note that the Arctic Ocean islands of Svalbard and Jan Mayen are not included with Orbx Norway (no suitable data was available) though we've enhanced both ENSB (Svalbard Longyear) and EN67 (Broggerhalvoya) airports. Jan Mayen is available as a separate freeware download.
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