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$ 20.30  USD

Antarctica Mega XP12

In the preliminary phase of any aerial expedition in Antarctica, aviators encounter formidable challenges that demand a heightened level of vigilance and strategic planning. Navigating the vast expanse of the Antarctic region presents unique complexities, where pilots are susceptible to swift loss of visual cues and, in certain locations, the instrumentation may exhibit anomalous behavior, deviating from conventional expectations.

Consequently, for individuals unfamiliar with the topography, it becomes imperative to adopt a systematic approach before initiating a flight. One crucial aspect involves scrutinizing the runway area for the presence of an access road, as the existence of such a road often indicates proximity to a designated location. Alternatively, in the case of research stations equipped with both helipads and runways, a reconnaissance flight of the surrounding terrain is recommended.

To facilitate this preparatory phase, a variety of informational resources prove invaluable. Platforms such as OpenStreetMap, SkyVector, Our Airports (specifically focusing on Antarctic airfields), and even Google Earth serve as indispensable tools. Moreover, there are additional repositories containing pertinent details concerning airports within the Antarctic region.

To further elucidate, the appended map serves as a visual aid, providing an overview of the intricate topography and critical waypoints essential for planning and executing flights in this challenging environment.

Recognizing that Antarctica is an expansive and largely uncharted region spanning millions of square miles, for enhanced navigational guidance, please download the PDF below, which encompasses comprehensive information on all airports, heliports, and localities within the area. 


  • Operating System: Windows 10 or 11.

  • Processor: Intel Core i3, i5, i7, or i9 CPU with 4 or more cores, or AMD Ryzen 3, 5, 7, or 9.

  • Memory: 8 GB RAM.

  • Graphics: A Vulkan 1.3-capable video card from NVIDIA or AMD with at least 2 GB of VRAM.

  • DirectX: Version 12.

  • X-Plane 12

HSimulators is committed to delivering a top-tier flight simulation experience, and we're dedicated to providing our users with the latest and most advanced features in the industry. Stay tuned for updates and enjoy our enhanced terrain coverage and meticulously crafted 3D models.

Here is a complete and comprehensive review by X-Plane Reviews (By Nick Garlick)

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