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Revised edition of Lansing Mun. Il. -Fixed the airplanes in the hanger -added "cargo" taxiway sign at rwy 09 -added representation of the Honda Motorcycle shop outside of airport by rwy 09.
Posted Oct 18, 2010 17:51 by Stephen Bolton
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This is an update of the default RNAS Predannack scenery. Predannack Airfield is situated near Mullion on Cornwall's Lizard Peninsula in the United Kingdom. The runways are operated by the Royal Navy and today it is used as a satellite airfield and relief landing ground for nearby RNAS Culdrose. It includes fighter dispersals, the Royal Navy fire service training area, with a few broken airframes. The tower has been relocated to its correct place, a gliding squadron added, plus buildings and a hangar. More various additions included
Posted Oct 17, 2010 07:43 by Mike R
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This is the modified scenery of Lansing Mun. airport. I have given rwy. 18 an ILS approach for Learjets to land easily. I made the main apron larger, added alot more parking spaces, and also added the new, smaller apron. I changed the terrain around the airport so it is not just the plain forest-like terrain. I added the gas station outside the airport, down by rwy 27. I also added the "Ford Hanger" (using the default objects of course). The fuel is now located on the larger apron and the south apron is now the "cargo" apron. I added the parking lots and cars around the airport. This was made using Airport Design Editor 9x.
Posted Oct 16, 2010 21:52 by Stephen Bolton
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This is an updated version of the RNAS Culdrose, UK, scenery. Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose , based in Cornwall, near Helston, on the Lizard Peninsula, has three major roles: serving the Fleet Air Arm's front line Sea King and Merlin helicopter squadrons; providing search and rescue for the South West region; and training specialists for the Royal Navy (see NACSAC).As per feedback, I have changed some things and endeavoured to get the new version out ASAP, for more feedback and, hopefully, enjoyment. Any feedback, please feel free to email me at the address in the Readme file
Posted Oct 16, 2010 09:03 by Mike R
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Installation instructions for Concrete Taxiway Tarmac Textures These textures give the effect of an old worn out concrete taxiway and tarmac depending on which textures are used for certain airports (Not all airports will have these textures,but the majority of commercial airports will). I have included an easy to use mod enabler (JSGME) to install these textures. Textures by Todd McCuistion
Posted Oct 14, 2010 00:33 by Todd McCuistion
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Mayor Justing Pruttlez of the noble wild Beach Town of Carnarvon in the beautiful desert like land of Western Australia by the Ocean has the pleasure and honor of Inviting you and Yours to the Annual " WalaWalaWin" beach party to be held this weekend. Much dancing, swimming, racing and other "ings" will be the tone of the wildest party in these not much kangaroos land. The airport landing and parking fees will be waved on friday only...New Scenery, Land Class for many towns on the way and much in Carnarvon...Two flight plans as well as Flights too.,,,a real bundle
Posted Oct 11, 2010 12:44 by Gera Godoy Canova
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87N - Southampton Heliport, NY. This is a public helipad, the only public helipad on Long Island outside of an airport, that services the town of Southampton, New York. Air taxi operations are common out of this heliport. It shares a CTAF with Mattituck Airport (21N) to the north, but since FSX does not have helicopter AI traffic (unless you have an AI package installed for it) you really don't need it anyways.
Posted Oct 11, 2010 06:33 by uploader
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FSX LFOO Les Sables d'Olonne Talmont, France. In Vendée. West of France, on the Ocean Atlantic side, a rather charming location and one of the French favorites for summer time vacation. The airfield is well located and equiped with grass and alsphalt runways and hosts parachuting events. Dominique M.L. Donzelot
Posted Oct 10, 2010 04:19 by Dominique Donzelot