There's a Lands End scenery for the UK2000 Part 2 scenery I see. Haven't installed it so I don't know how detailed it is. It's freeware anywho. Forgot to add the web site...http://www.uk2000scenery.com/newsite/My_Homepage_Files/Page20.html
Most of the smaller UK2000 airports fit quite well with classic era. Unfortunately for most of them you have to adapt the correct altitude.
That's curious - I didn't have to adjust any in FS2004, they all worked straight out of the box. I haven't tried installing any in FSX yet, most I never visited but Lands End was one of my regular calls - a little trundle between there and St Mary's used to be one of my favourite runs in a Rapide. In FS the airport is harder to find than in the real world as the grass runways aren't that distinct.
In the real world I've only done it in an Islander though. Last one in sits next to the pilot.
Pilot always re-arranges the queue so there is a dashing blond behind you . . .
Hi Phil Many thanks for the lead. I installed Lands End as a separate scenery rather than put the whole south-west package in. All went well and looks fine. The only little glitch is that there is a DH-89 floating a little bit at the terminal. It isn't all that noticeable so it is something one can live with. I'll have a look at some of the other scenery in that package and see how they appear. I did that with Exeter but I wasn't overly impressed with how it came up so deleted it.
Installed the Channel Islands as three separate sceneries and they all look fine.