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Originally built as an RAF Bomber Command station the airfield was grass-surfaced and located on slightly rolling land with a hard surface perimeter track. Initially it was used by aircraft of No. 21 Squadron RAF and No. 82 Squadron RAF (No. 2 Group) Bomber Command. They carried operations over France and later the Netherlands and even Norway. Their Bristol Blenheim IVs were joined on occasions by, in May 1941, 90 Squadron evaluating its new Boeing Fortress Mk 1s some Handley Page Hampdens for mining operations. 90 Squadron suffered heavy casualties and the use of the Fortress I was discontinued. Towards October 1942, the Blenheims were changed to Lockheed Venturas but the squadron moved on to RAF Methwold before the Venturas were operational. RAF Bodney was transferred to the United States Army Air Forces in the summer of 1943. Placed under the jurisdiction of VIII Fighter Command of Eighth Air Force, it was primarily the home of the 352d Fighter Group, the "Blue Nosed Bastards of Bodney". The unit briefly moved to Belgium in January 1945 due to the Battle of the Bulge, although it returned in April. It was closed after the 352d returned to the United States in November. Source: Wikipedia
Posted Jan 9, 2016 08:37 by Terry Boissel
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Kavik River Camp is a remote outpost in north Alaska. Approximately 170 miles north of the Arctic Circle, the camp caters to hunters, scientists and thrill seekers during the summer months, and during winter, owner Sue Aikens upholds and maintains the site. Kavik was featured on National Geographic's "Life Below Zero"
Posted Jan 6, 2016 17:14 by Mark Piccolo - Soarfly Concepts
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RAF Peplow (Child Ercall) X3PP is located 7 miles from Market Dayton, the Station started life as RAF Chiles Ercall but this was changed to RAF Peplow in August 1943 to avoid confusion with a nearby stations called High Ercall. The station follows the usual 3 runway pattern of the period, however, the technical site was unusual in that it was located in between 2 runways on the airfield side of the peri-track There is plenty of information about the units that were stationed at the base available on the internet.
Posted Jan 6, 2016 09:04 by Terry Boissel
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RAF Attlebridge is a former Royal Air Force station located near Attlebridge and 8 miles (13 km) northwest of Norwich, Norfolk, England. RAF Attlebridge was an early wartime station, laid out for use by No. 2 Group RAF light bombers, and was completed in August 1942. The airfield was used by No. 88 Squadron RAF from August 1941 to September 1942 using Bristol Blenheim IVs and Douglas Bostons. The Station had runways of 1,220, 1,120 and 1,080 yards length but, when the base was earmarked for USAAF use, these were extended and the airfield was enlarged to meet heavy bomber requirements. The main E-W runway was increased to 2,000 yards and the others to 1,400 yards each. The perimeter track was also extended and the number of hardstands was increased to fifty. In enlarging the airfield, several small, country roads were closed in the parish of Weston Longville, in which the larger part of the airfield was sited. RAF Attlebridge was assigned to the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) Eighth Air Force's 2nd Bomb Wing on 30 September 1942. It was given USAAF designation Station 120.
Posted Jan 4, 2016 09:46 by Terry Boissel
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RAF Langham is a former Royal Air Force station, located 15 miles (24 km) North-West of Norwich, Norfolk, England, from 1940 to 1961. The airfield was the most northerly of the Norfolk wartime RAF airfields and was situated 3.3 miles (5.3 km) from the North sea at Blakeney. This made it a desirable location to be used by Coastal Command which had come into prominence since the outbreak of the Second World War. Originally the base was built as a dispersal and satellite station to RAF Bircham Newton during the first few months of the war and it became operational in the summer of 1940.
Posted Jan 4, 2016 04:48 by Terry Boissel
MMTJ - Gen Abelardo L Rodriguez Intl - Tijuana, Mexico and KSDM - Brown Mun - San Diego, California - USA
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This scenery adds the new Cross Border Xpress (CBX) terminal to MMTJ, which opened on December 9, 2015, making it the first airport in the world to have connecting terminals in two different countries. All of MMTJ is also updated to reflect the most current airport layout. The neighboring KSDM is also completely updated and included in this scenery package. This scenery is optimized to fit seamlessly with FTX Global/Vector and also includes an optional CVX file which adds roads for default FSX users. All elements of both airports were traced directly from current satellite imagery and updated to reflect current satellite positioning. Scenery was created using Airport Design Editor X v1.61.5298, SBuilderX 3.13, and the FSX Object Placement Tool. Scenery objects were added and modified from stock FSX scenery to resemble as closely as possible the actual airports. The FSX apron lights included are from the set created by Jim Dhaenens.
Posted Jan 2, 2016 18:36 by Carlyle Sharpe
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RAF Topcliffe (ICAO: EGXZ) is a Royal Air Force station in North Yorkshire, England. It is a satellite station serving in the role of a Relief Landing Ground for Tucano aircraft of the Central Flying School (CFS) based nearby at RAF Linton-on-Ouse (one of two, the other being Dishforth Airfield). As such, no RAF personnel are based permanently at the airfield and airfield services are provided by personnel assigned to RAF Linton-on-Ouse. Topcliffe is also used by the Air Training Corps as a motor glider airfield for Gliding induction courses and Gliding scholarships
Posted Jan 1, 2016 04:28 by Terry Boissel
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Bishop International Airport is a commercial and general aviation airport located in Flint, Michigan. Added assigned parking and removed runway 5-23 as it closed back in 2009 to save money.
Posted Dec 30, 2015 15:52 by Trevor Mead
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P3D compatible El Trompillo Airport (IATA: SRZ, ICAO: SLET) is located in the south part of Santa Cruz, Bolivia, about 2 km (1.25 miles) away from the central plaza. Airport type:(Public / Military). After a series of improvements, in June 3, 2014 Airport regained its status as an international airport by converting to Santa Cruz de la Sierra in Bolivia the only city with two international airports, international airport suitable as retention and/or support times of high demand in the Viru Viru Airport (ICAO: SLVR) can not supply completely. The airport resides at an elevation of 1,371 ft (418 m) above mean sea level. Have one runway designated 15/33 with an asphalt surface measuring 8,967 by 114.82 ft (2,733 m by 35 m) and is surrounded by hangars belonging to the Bolivian Air Force, as Aeroeste small Airlines, Ecojet, air taxis, especially aviation schools, and many others. Receives many aircraft daily, usually light training aircraft or military aircraft. Among these aircraft is the Boeing 737-200, and BAe Xian MA60 Military Airlift, the BAe 146-200 of Ecojet and Cessna C152, C172, C206 and C210 of flying schools and air-taxis. The airport also operates civil and military helicopter operations.
Posted Dec 28, 2015 17:23 by Marcos A. Rivas Torrez
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P3D compatible Ixiamas Airport (ICAO: SLIX) is a public use airport located near Ixiamas, La Paz, Bolivia. The airport resides at an elevation of 725 ft (221 m) above mean sea level. It has one runway designated 18/36 with an asphalt surface measuring 7,874 by 98 ft (2,400 m by 30 m). This new airport is recently operational since may,2015.Ixiamas Municipality is the first municipal section of the Abel Iturralde Province in the La Paz Department, Bolivia. The region is seat of Madidi Park, a natural reserve attractive to tourists in search of adventure.
Posted Dec 28, 2015 17:05 by Marcos A. Rivas Torrez