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THIS is a really relaxing place to land when you are flying in the desert, and need a refreshment and to refill your plane!! It is situated in Namibia. Namibia in Africa. Look for airport ID: DONM. Happy Flying!!
Posted May 20, 2012 13:56 by Martin
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Soekarno-Hatta International(ICAO: WIII) is Indonesia's largest airport. Also one of the busiest in the world based on passenger terms,this airport serves Jakarta and Banten area. Opened in 1985. A great replacer for the default Soekarno-Hatta(WIII)in FSX, which is too simple. Including detailed airport building. but the gates are static. May also work in FS2004, though not tested. Includes night lights.
Posted May 18, 2012 03:42 by ryanID
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This package contains afcad file for Agatti(Voat) airport in India. Agatti is a small airport that is situated appx 150 nm west of cochin in the island chain of Lakshdweep. It is a small airport and has a daily flight by Indian Airlines from Cochin and Goa operated by a Dornier 228
Posted May 13, 2012 03:42 by Arun
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Scenery of Ecury-sur-Coole (France) and airfield LFQK. Photoreal ground with seasonal an night variants, landclass re-design of Chalons city, Custom photoreal hangars, animated windsock, static planes, cars, nearest village in 3D, fuel area, etc. VAC and doc included. Works with FSX and FSXA. By D. Bur
Posted May 9, 2012 01:11 by uploader
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FSX LF1224 St Rome de Tarn The closest ULM air stripe near the famous Bridge of Millau, in the center of France, this very interesting and challenging little air field is mostly for Utra light motorised although, if a talented bush pilot, you can try with light aircrafts like the Piper Cub, the Jodel or the Maule. If good, you can even try with the Pilatus or the DH2. The landing stripe is on the top of the hill, roughtly North / South oriented. If using real weather, the winds and the fogs could be a challenge when trying to find the place back. Dominique M.L. Donzelot
Posted May 8, 2012 22:22 by Dominique M.L. Donzelot