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FS2004 Power Project v1.0
FS2004 Power Project v1.0
1.02Mb (3565 downloads)
Edited version of FSX Power Project V3.0. The scenery places 28,000+ electricity pylons in the UK - visible with photo-real terrain scenery textures. All England / Wales scenery aligns with 'Just Flight VFR Photo Scenery'. More than 6,000 animated wind turbines and about 100 power stations, with smoke/steam effects are positioned around the World. German Niederaussem coal power station + Las Llanas de Codés wind farm, Spain pictured
Posted Oct 13, 2010 08:18 by Ray Porter
Black Pond Airstrip- FS2004
0.01Mb (810 downloads)
This is an airstrip located in Farmers Mill, NY. It is a privately owned airstrip and it has a very mysterious history. Farmer's Mill is located east of KPOU and on the other side of the Hudson River from KSWF. This is the first airport I have ever created. It includes one 3500' tarmac runway, 1000' grass strip, and a 4500' water runway. This was created for FS2004, but it might work with FSX. Happy flying!
Posted Oct 10, 2010 17:46 by Sean Zottarelli
Port Blair Scenery
Port Blair Scenery
2.87Mb (813 downloads)
Port Blair scenery for FS2004. This scenery contains realistic scenery for Port Blair Airport VOPB, in Andaman Nicobar islands. Andaman Nicobar islands are located in Bay Of Bangal near Myanmar and Singapore. This airport handles Indian Airlines and Jet Airways Airbus A320,319 and 321s. Models made in gmax. I added tower and the base building, vehicles using EZ library so its default.
Posted Oct 3, 2010 11:19 by Anstin Antony
2.21Mb (1203 downloads)
Karipur-VOCL for FS2004. This contains the Airport of Calicut, Kerala, India Karipur is a new International airport in Kozhikode or Calicut. It handles planes to Middle East and Domestic. This file contains the real airport. Requieres South India Mesh and EZ library for small objects to show up Terminal made in gmax and small objects added with EZ. There may be an update coming next.
Posted Oct 3, 2010 10:25 by Anstin Antony
Sofia International Airport, Bulgaria
3.12Mb (1730 downloads)
Sofia Airport in Bulgaria created for FS2004. By Emil Baruhov
Posted Sep 26, 2010 09:08 by Emil Baruhov
 Naples Capodichino Airport, Italy
0.31Mb (1269 downloads)
FS2004 Naples Italy - Capodichino LIRN Update of Naples Capodichino airport, LIRN. Expanded ramp area and added highspeed taxiway on southwest side of the airport. Repaired some taxiway surface that was missing.
Posted Sep 23, 2010 08:44 by R.E. Wyman
Aircraft Carriers 2006
5.85Mb (28102 downloads)
This package is an update of the 18 ArrestorCable Nimitz Class aircraft carriers by Javier Fernandez & Richard Hogan, with all new Afcad runways and NAV aides as well as AI aircraft traffic files, plus, the "Sinking Carrier Deck Fix". For clearest Instructions see the "Carriers 2006 Instructions.doc" Compiled by R.A.[Lightning]Baum.
Posted Sep 21, 2010 12:41 by archive
0.00Mb (524 downloads)
Branson Airport KBBG for FS9--ILS Fix/Added Approaches Modified AFCAD for Branson_airport_project_FS9.zip that includes all 3 of the published approaches, terminal waypoints, and missed approach code, and corrects the magnetic deviation of the ILS. Thank you to Bruce Nicholson for providing the updated code. Simply overwrite the old AFCAD with 6_KBBG_Branson_Airport_AFCAD_ADE9.BGL. Carlyle Sharpe
Posted Sep 2, 2010 05:25 by Carlyle Sharpe
Memphis International Airport (KMEM)
Memphis International Airport (KMEM)
0.18Mb (2591 downloads)
Updates to KMEM include Runway 36-R, increased GA ramp space near the FBO, and the correct tower viewpoint. A much needed taxiway link was repaired so that AI aircraft will now taxi to the runway instead of getting stuck and disappearing. Updated in AFCAD by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Aug 29, 2010 02:54 by R.E. Wyman
Branson Airport (KBBG), Branson, Missouri
3.23Mb (1166 downloads)
FS2004 Branson Airport (KBBG), Branson, Missouri (MO). This project adds a new Branson Airport, which opened in May 2009, and is a privately developed commercial airport. The construction of the airport, which involved the flattening of several Ozark Mountains, is claimed to be the largest earthmoving project in Missouri history. As a result, the airport actually sits on a manmade plateau, surrounded by rolling hills. The airport uses the ICAO identifier BBG, however, the airlines use the IATA code BKG. By Carlyle Sharpe.
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Posted Aug 26, 2010 10:24 by Carlyle Sharpe