UK2000 Previews Isle of Man 2021 HD and Released an Update for Glasgow Airport for MSFS

UK2000, a well-known British scenery developer, responsible for sceneries such as Stansted, Glasgow or Belfast, has previewed their upcoming rendition of Isle of Man 2021 HD. The previews were shared through their Facebook page, including some information about the rendition. In addition to that, the developer also released an update for their Glasgow Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator.


The previews show the Isle of Man Airport in Prepar3D. It has been stated that the scenery will release in a few weeks and there will be a GSX config included with it. The version for Microsoft Flight Simulator will follow soon after, as there is an ongoing bug in the simulator database, which Asobo needs to fix.

Glasgow Update

Back on Saturday, the developer also updated their rendition of Glasgow Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This update brings fixes rather than new features. It moved both ILS’s at each end, this is because of the new Microsoft Flight Simulator update. Bumps near fire station taxiways have been flattened, and the fire station model has been lowered by two feet.


  • Moved both ILS’s at each end to align due to the Microsoft Flight Simulator update
  • “Ironed” out more bumps near fire station taxiways
  • Lowered the Fire station model by two feet

Author: Patrik

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