West of the city near Boulder as the Rocky's begin to take shape

Downtown Denver looking west

Denver International - one of the biggest and busiest!

See why the Rockys are named as such

East side is bare, flat and barren - but at the same time Real!


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PC Aviator Announces MegaCITY Denver For Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
Now Fly Denver – The “Mile High City” At High Resolution With FS2004

SOUTH CAROLINA, 26 JANUARY 2005. Flight Sim Add-On Software publisher, PC Aviator, today announced the second title in its MegaCITY USA 2005 series – MegaCITY Denver.

Created from 1 foot per pixel aerial photos, MegaCITY recreates 3,600 square miles of the city of Denver and surrounding areas for realistic VFR flying in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004. Flight Sim pilots will be able to soar the skies above and explore the entire Denver metropolis including parts of the Rocky Mountains to the west in true-to-life detail.

At 5,200 feet Denver is the "Mile High City". When flying VFR in a light single, you're already challenged as your take off and landing performance is reduced due to the altitude. Add to that the real cityscape beneath you and the Rocky Mountains to the west and you've got yourself the challenge of Denver - a real Denver – to enjoy and explore in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.

MegaCITY Denver will commence shipping in the first week of March, 2005 on CD-ROM and will be priced at $19.95.

More information, including the recently released screenshots, and an opportunity to preorder direct, is available for viewing at the MegaScenery website at

MegaCITY Denver is created and developed by Australian company Aerosoft Australia Pty Ltd and published by PC Aviator Inc. 

About PC Aviator
PC Aviator Inc is based in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and is the US subsidiary of the Australian based The PC Aviator Pty Ltd. The company is in its 14th year of providing flight simulator products and services to flight simulator enthusiasts worldwide. The company publishes Computer Pilot Magazine the world’s only monthly flight simulator magazine (, operates PC Aviator Direct, it’s mail order division and also publishes flight simulator software titles such as MegaScenery. The company’s website is at

About Aerosoft Australia
Aerosoft Australia is Australian based and develops and manufactures a number of flight simulator related products – both software and hardware. The company is noted for its Scenery USA photorealistic scenery for the Fly! flight simulator created using its powerful proprietary scenery development techniques and which it has also used to develop MegaScenery. Also of great interest to flight simulator pilots is its 747 Mode Control Panel (747MCP) hardware for flight simulations. The company’s website is at

© 2005 PC Aviator Inc.