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EDDS Stuttgart Airport, Germany
1.23Mb (4491 downloads)
FSX EDDS Stuttgart Airport Stuttgart Germany. Taxiways and parking positions with accurate coordinates. Gates have gate numbers and parking have ground painted taxiway signs for better orientation. Updated Version (January 2013) By Stefan Liebe.
Posted Feb 10, 2013 13:10 by uploader
KGFL - Glens Falls Floyd, New York
KGFL - Glens Falls Floyd, New York
144.41Mb (1640 downloads)
FSX Scenery KGFL - Glens Falls Floyd Bennett Memorial V3.0. KGFL - Glens Falls, Floyd Bennett Memorial v3.0, located in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains in upstate NY USA, this facility is owned by Warren County and run by RichAir. Although it has a 5000 ft main rwy, KGFL is a Non-controlled airfield catering to small engine a/c up to a few private jet daily traffic serving 'The Northcountry' New York. KGFL recently received several upgrades including 4 new GA hangars large enough to accommodate the needs of business jets. All Objects fully designed and completely redone in GMAX using high resolution custom photo-real textures. Complete rebuild from the ground up for FSX since v2.2 for Fs9. Also includes new ADE file, more accurate airport grounds perimeter, satellite photo-real grounds, custom taxiways, 3D taxi-signs and taxi lights, area roads, animated hangar doors, and near area landclass. No AI traffic tracks included with this release, but ADE designed to support several AI. FSX Acceleration required. By EdGeneer Cox.
Posted Feb 7, 2013 12:03 by uploader
Miami International Airport
0.36Mb (6814 downloads)
FSX Miami International Airport, Florida. Update for the default KMIA. Created and Edited with ADEX. Includes Crosswind Runways and Objects. By Jake Benitez.
Posted Feb 7, 2013 09:06 by uploader
Framlingham 1944, USAAF, Suffolk, England
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USAAF Framlingham was home to the 95th bomb group's B:17s. Today, there is a wonderfull museum dedicated to the men who flew from there, and worked there, in the Second World War. The museum is housed in the old control tower and well worth a visit!This is a basic scenery which I hope adds a little realism to the East Anglian landscape when flying over or in to Framlingham in your A2A B:17 or favourite warbird. This field is one in a series of 14. I hope to expand the project over the coming months.
Posted Feb 7, 2013 08:15 by Norfolk Mike
RAF Feltwell 1944, Norfolk, England
0.11Mb (656 downloads)
RAF Feltwell was a grass field. Various units have operated from Feltwell, but my 1944 depiction would have seen a Lancaster training school in residence. However, the airfield had changed very little, so any pre 44 scenarios would be quite appropiate!After the second world war, the airfield continued to play an active role until handed over to the United States Airforce in the 1980s as a Space Surveillance station. Many of the buildings survive,
Posted Feb 7, 2013 07:52 by Norfolk Mike
Honington 1944, 1st Strategic Air Depot, USAAF, Suffolk, England
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Honington played host to P:38s and P:51s during 1944. Honington was an RAF station prior to the USAAF arriving in 1942, and so retained its RAF buildings as well as the C type Hangars.As well as being an active fighter base, Honington was also home of the 1st Strategic Air Depot specialising in the maintanence and salvage of the 3rd Air Divisions B:17s. Honington was initially a grass field, but to accomadate the heavy B:17s a steel planking "strip" was laid down. Crews with crippled aircraft were often instructed to "put down" at Honington to save on salvage costs. The 1st Division Air Depot is represented in this basic scenery.
Posted Feb 7, 2013 06:33 by Norfolk Mike
RAF Great Massingham 1944, Norfolk, England
0.12Mb (467 downloads)
RAF Great Massingham hosted Mosquitos during 1944. This is a VERY basic scenery which I hope to update as more information becomes available. As it adds to the visual retro 40s landscape I have decided to release it anyway, but don't expect anything more than the basic airfield layout and correctly positioned hangars with this one!
Posted Feb 7, 2013 05:51 by Norfolk Mike
Watton 1944, USAAF Air Depot, Norfolk, England
0.12Mb (592 downloads)
Watton was home to the 25th reconnaissance group, operating various aircraft including the B:17, B:24, B:26 and De Havilland Mosquito for weather monitoring. Watton also hosted the 3rd Strategic Air Depot, where major overhauls of the 2nd Air Divisions B:24 liberators was carried out. This airfield was a former RAF base, and so has the C type hangars and RAF domestic buildings, as well as the T2 type hangers comprising the maintanence depot to the south of the field. Watton was returned to RAF use post war, but sadly the hangers have now dissapeared under a modern housing development.
Posted Feb 7, 2013 05:28 by Norfolk Mike
Attlebridge 1944, USAAF, Norfolk, England
0.12Mb (525 downloads)
Attlebridge was home to the 466th Heavy Bomb group between March 1944 and July 1944. Like so many USAAF bases in Norfolk at that time, this group operated the B:24 Liberator. Today the runways house poultry sheds. Again, this is a basic scenery which I hope to improve upon in time. Attlebridge had a navigational aid known as a "buncher" beacon. These had a 25 mile range and were used to assemble the bombers using what was known as a "racetrack pattern". I have depicted Attlebridge's "buncher 35" as an NDB with a 25 mile range. The frequency is 392.00.
Posted Feb 7, 2013 04:51 by Norfolk Mike
RAF Downham Market 1944, Norfolk, England
0.12Mb (490 downloads)
RAF Downham Market operated Lancasters, Stirlings and Mosquitos as well as housing Horsa Gliders.Today, most of the airfield has returned to agriculture, although a few buildings of the period remain. A large road now cuts right across the airfield, so to avoid any nasty surprises on take off, ensure your traffic sliders are set to zero! As with all my current retro 40s sceneries, this is a rather basic but correctly positioned rendition.
Posted Feb 7, 2013 04:21 by Norfolk Mike