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Is a national public commercial airport located in the city of Merida, in the Venezuelan Andes. The airport has one runway of 1640 meters long and 60 meters wide including security zones. This scenery includes terminal building, control tower, fire station, heliports, with very realistic textures. Also includes a detailed VFR scenery with vehicular traffic, approximately 40 nm, around to the airport.
Posted Feb 17, 2010 20:57 by David Maldonado
13.58Mb (1609 downloads)
Alfs UK Airfields Volume 17. This Volume consists of: Currock Hill X5CH Kirkbride EG86 Lands End/St. Just EGHC. Although FSX scenery is a great improvement on FS2004, there are still many small airfields in the UK with little or no details. I have tried to improve this in a small way. I do not not aim to make them accurate, only better. They were compiled using aerial views from Google Earth, Pooleys UK Flight Guide, and the FSX SDK Object Placement Tool and Airport Design Editor v1.40. Extra items were produced using Instant Object Maker v1.2 from FlightSimTools.com. Alf Denham
Posted Feb 17, 2010 06:10 by Alf Denham
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Lleida-Alguaire Regional Airport (LEDA)located in Alguaire, 15 km (9.3 mi) from the centre of Lleida, Catalonia, Spain. A new airport in real life and now in FSX as well. The airport opening ceremony took place on January 17, 2010 with the first flight on February 5. See installation file enclosed for more information -- www.aeroportlleida.cat Version 1.1 includes updated AFCAD with some WOAI based Traffic Files.
Posted Feb 15, 2010 12:58 by Kambiz Agazi
94.68Mb (2295 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Leadville (KLXV), Mt. Elbert, Colorado (CO) photo-scenery Package. This scenery brings you another 3500 sq km of beautiful Colorado in 4.7m/pix quality. It extends the Aspen scenery to the east and contains more gorgeous Continental Divide area of the Rocky Mountains. Covers Leadville Lake County Airport (KLXV), which is the highest airport in North America (9927 feet) and Mt. Elbert, which is the highest peack in the Rocky Mountains (14,443 feet). By Gottfried Razek.
Posted Feb 14, 2010 13:14 by Gottfried Razek