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These Ruins prove that Dr.Felicia Fickle's laboratory is right here. In 1854 she constructed very large kites that were able to carry up to three passengers to very high altitudes. This airfield, very old indeed, was used in the latter part of the 19th century to launch her kites in the windy ridge. Now the ruins are visited by most tourists viciting this part of Turkey. A Bed and Breakfast Hotel is busy all summer and Igor Turksvyok flies his Cessna 206 full of humans and other freight to the dangerous airfield making a lot of money on each flight. Welcome says the ruins ticket stand and all pay and usually when they come out also buy a hot 'Drukkor'(Like a Hot Dog) with a sweet drink called 'Zukkor' that tastes like Pineapple and Orange juice.....will you come and see and also taste these sights???...welcome to the Ridge of old kites.
Posted Nov 16, 2009 12:27 by Gera Godoy Canova
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Here is the Downtown Manhattan Heliport for all you rotorheads to fly out of. I designed this using Airport Design Editor. I added all the helo spots as depicted in Google Earth imagery. It displays fairly accurately in FSX. I added helo pad lights for the big landing spot at the head opposite the tower and small hanger.
Posted Nov 16, 2009 00:39 by Don Harris
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The intl. Airport "Valle de Conlara", has been enriched FSX default elements, except the lights (exclusive credit Jim Dhaenens). The terminal has been developed taking into account the modern style in reality has, but does not atch its current architecture. Given that the airport is nestled in a mountain landscape, the environment is prioritized and adapted the around with that area, giving the scene a new sensation. Despite the modern look of the stage, in the environment can be animals and farms, wood fences and the typical pine forest of the mountains of St. Luis. The airport has fuel service truck, installed a walkway for passengers (jetway) parking for small and medium-sized aircraft, a service sector for aircraft hangars school, reducing power supply voltage for the air station, and added a ILS service does not count the originaly fsx version, but this way are true (in a virtual way) with the requirements to become an international airport, whose frequencies are enclosed in aeronautical charts. By Cristobal Laje (2009 - Argentina)
Posted Nov 15, 2009 09:00 by Cristobal Laje
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FSAdventureSky Series...Morocco is famous for its incredible delicious food. Visiting the food markets at around 8:00PM is one of the delights of both regulars and tourists alike. When the temple of Artemus was found no one could believe what they were seeing.--Before their eyes and above the ruins of this long gone temple they could see a Floating Lake! .. and water pouring from it into the structure with roaring rage!...You can now take some tourists there and check this novelty of a long gone past and hear the roar of the waterfall. Due to its position you will have to fly by and check the landmarks of the mountains and deserts. Sand storms and treacherous winds can be a calamity. There is a juice stand as you set up your approach which can be useful.:)
Posted Nov 11, 2009 12:36 by Gera Godoy Canova
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The Naples, FL airport does not currently have airline service, and the terminal is being used for general aviation while the general aviation terminal is being remodeled. This scenery includes the GA terminal as it was before remodeling. Changes in this package are based on Virtual Earth images and the latest airport diagram. This is a complete redo of the default FSX KAPF; surrounding landclass changes; new terminals and FBOs; and revised taxiways, aprons and hangers. Also includes placement of library objects and a library of new airport buildings.
Posted Nov 10, 2009 20:49 by Art Poole
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It is said in the tribes of Ethiopia that many centuries ago "There was a man that jumped from tree to tree, talked to the Monkeys and all animals understood and liked him. His name was Trarza-Trem, meaning King of the Jungle. He lived for 600 years and took care of all trees and animals as well as teaching them to be good animals. The Temple to this strange man was found only two years ago and is now a tourist trap!!!...Check it out you might enjoy the flight to it and the temple itself.....(Kit includes: Photo-temple, airfield, Route Map, two post cards and a lot of fun)
Posted Nov 9, 2009 11:39 by Gera Godoy Canova
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Campo Grande International Airport (SBCG), is the most important the state of Mato Grosso do Sul (Brazil).This has been fortified, mostly with FSX's own resources (default objects), have placed the jetways (2), fuel service truck, Added the area of warehouses, communications, radar rotating artificial lights (by Jim Dhaenens), static aircraft (by Guy Diotte), has expanded the military exclusive use area, an environment that enhances reality. This installment include aeronautical charts, satellite photos of the airport, and more. It retains both the orientation of the runway, field and level of radio frequencies ensure on line navigation. By Cristobal Laje (2009)
Posted Nov 7, 2009 19:58 by Cristobal Laje
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Temple No.2 of FSAdventureSky's Series 'Mystery Temples of a Bygone Era'. Professor Brat Zannfried of the University of Krakow has, only a few months ago, discovered a very old and mysterious temple that relates to the Wangokir age, commonly known as the age of giants. Yesterday his crew dug out a huge shoe, a size 31!!!. The Airfield near the temple is very dangerous but much needed in order to get supplies in. The Malasyan Aeronautical Notam 5555 about it says: 'Only pilots with a good knowledge of Pilotage and an absolute understanding of topographical maps should try flying to it. No radio aids around pilots, besides the winds are crossed most of the time. Getting in the tiny gorge where it is can be nerve crushing at best. carry extra batteries and aditional food since many who tried have not made it. The bush is heavy all around it' end of Notam.....Enjoy the temple if you get there.
Posted Nov 6, 2009 10:57 by Gera Godoy Canova
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This regional airport is close to the Andes Mountains, has been conditioned depending on the situation, but not the architecture of the terminal. As can be seen on satellite photographs that are attached, the taxiways, the length of the runway, hangars and design in general, coincides with reality. He placed the fire station and airport police, air service hangars and private aircraft, fuel truck, included parking for medium and small aircraft. He placed the beacon location systems like DME for ILS + VOR, which originally had no stage. At the northern end was put back in operation for shelters fighters, along with military personnel, force vehicles and tent. A more realistic effects, it left a static fighter plane (check it out inside). According to the aeronautical charts (also attached) this airport is characterized by migratory birds near the airport, which were added to the stage for greater realism, and risk areas were added in the nav. chart (attached) of warning from the airport for pilots. The northern end NDB was added according to nav. charts from the airport (freq. 307) for ease of air navigation. Jim Dhaenens artificial lighting included. Author: Cristobal Laje
Posted Nov 5, 2009 21:06 by Cristobal Laje
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This scenery includes detailed terminal building, control tower, fire station, with very realistic textures, heliport, taxiway signs, parking, vehicles and much more. Uses many objects of the FSX's library. Also includes a detailed VFR scenery (with traffic roads), approximately 15 nm, around to the airport. In addition, corrects the erroneous position of the runway to the real-life coordinates. By David Maldonado - November 2009
Posted Nov 5, 2009 17:56 by David Maldonado