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Scenery Page 45
FS 2002 Scenery. 15 airports in Madagascar (Africa) with helipads, Andapa, Antsirabe, Arivonimamo, Arrachart, Fascene, Ivato, Majunga, Mananjary, Manakara, Morondava, Sambava, Toamasina, Tolagnaro, Toliary, Tsiroanomandidy. with original buildings & trees. Build with program Airport v2.60 . By Tsilavo Ramisarijaona. 1MB
Newburgh Stewart Interantional KSWF V1.0 Newburgh, NY's Stewart International Airport. Scenery includes gates, static aircraft and ground vehicles, custom buildings integreated into FS2002's default buildings when set to high density. You'll find a nice terminal with a start location at one of the two gates, a maintenance hangar and offices for WWAL, an FBO, fire station, 105th Airlift Sqdrn, Army helicopters, and other eye candy. Includes a lite file with no static aircraft for those who perfer not to use them. Also incudes a radio navigation course to test your skill, with floating targets to confirm checkpoints. Requires NOVA textures, available here. By Kyle Ramsey, tested in FS2002 only. 2.9MB
Tinsel Tom's Cabin Getaway A Christmas Bush Scenery. Tom Taylor grew up loving Christmas; it was his favorite time of year! His family would decorate, invite family and friends over to celebrate and most importantly, share their good fortune with those less fortunate! This tradition carried over to Tom's own family in later life. After starting a small bed and breakfast in Thorne Bay, AK, people would travel from all around to spend time with Tom and his family. Known by the community as "Tinsel Tom", Tom Taylor invites you to " come on over" to share in the hospitality with him and his family!By: Michael Carr. 5.8MB
FS 2002 Scenery. Includes 7 airports in Madagascar (Africa) with helipads. Ambalabe, Besalampy, Maroantsetra, Miandrivazo, Morombe, Soalala, Tsiribihina and 8 privates Helipads. Original buildings,trees. Build with Flight Simulator Scenery Creator (Leung Software). By Tsilavo Ramisarijaona. 716K
 
Military Airport (Air Force Bases) AFCAD files. Adds traffic to 6 AFB's round the world. Includes Mildenhall AB, Ramstein AB, Moron AB, Aviano Mil, Mostar & Incirlik AB. Requires AFCAD available here. By Afacadbuilders. 18K
HillmanWA1 Western Australia, version1 - Australia for FS2002 This is my first experiment due to a lack of information on Western Australian airstrips. The heritage listed Hillman World War 2 emergency airstrip was built on private property from red gravel taken from a rise 400 metres away which is now the home of the Darkan Raceway. The airstrip is situated between Dardadine and Hillman Sidings on the now disused Narrogin Collie Rail line. It includes a gravel runway, hangar, clubroom, trees, static aircraft, lights, roads, the Darkan Raceway and cars. Textures required are included. Made by Alan Blencowe. 653K

Langley WA1 (Western Australia, version 1) - Australia for FS2002 This is my second WA airport due to a lack of information on Western Australian airstrips. Langley Park is the centre for a bi-annual fly in for light aircraft where up to 100 aircraft come from all over Australia. The grass field is usually the home for soccer, hockey and cricket and once a year, Rally Australia. They build a racetrack there and pull it down every year. Experience flying in through the City of Perth to the strip. Well here it is so you can now fly in any day of the year! Made by Alan Blencowe. 555K

Update: This patch fixes the floating buildings. 35K

 
Glasgow (UK) AFCAD file. This file contains the afcad information required to make glasgow airport (UK) have nearly all of its actual gates. Adam Fairly. Requires AFCAD. 4K
 
Edinburgh AFCAD. This gives Edinburgh a few more gates and parking. By adam fairley. Requires AFCAD. 3K
New Cibao Intl. BRIEF HISTORY Cibao Intl airport was located in the city of Santiago de los Caballeros (the First Santiago of all America) . By Ricardo G. Morillo. 3.1MB