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Portsmouth Ferry Port and Portsmouth H.M.Dockyard are situated on the south coast of England. The Ferry port is a major cross channel port to France and H.M.Dockyard is a major Royal Navy base. There are only water starts, water runways and helipads. You can land on the aircraft carrier berthed alondside at H.M.Dockyard and drive or taxi along the wharves. The scenery uses FSX library objects. Installation is very simple but please read the 'readme' for further info and instructions.
Posted Oct 21, 2009 13:30 by Andrew Randall
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The International Airport has a civil and military area. The runways retain the original altitude and orientation (for on line navigation), but have been adapted to the reality of taxiways, parking area hangars and mov. jetways. It has fuel service truck for the two areas, bunkers for fighter bombers, and facilities in reality. Includes charts and actual photos. By Cristóbal Laje (2009).
Posted Oct 18, 2009 18:28 by Cristóbal Laje
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This is another one of my historical airports. If NAS Pensacola is the birthplace of American Navy Aviation, Flugplatz Doberitz is the birthplace of German Military Aviation. It is argueably the birthplace of the Luftwaffe. In 1910, only a year after Johannesthal was established, the German Government established Doberitz for the sole purpose of developing pilots and tactics to take the airplane to war. It served as both a training site and defense site throughout world wars I and II. After WWII it was behind the "Iron Curtain" and served the Soviets in various capacities, but not as the historical place it held within German Military History. The airfield is recreated here as it appeared in the 1920's to late 1930's. Throughout WWII, Doberitz continued to grow, and was host to all manner of military aircraft. With alumni like Max Immelman and Manfred Von Richtofen, most if not all of the German Aces had cycled through Doberitz at some time in their careers. Doberitz is now a nature park. By Jim Dhaenens
Posted Oct 18, 2009 18:05 by Jim Dhaenens
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This file updates the default scenery to correct taxiway and layouts. Similarly, it has repositioned the aircraft parking area, comprising three gates (1 medium and 2 small) with mov. jetways , taking account which is a medium-sized regional airport. It added somes parking for executive jets and added a dock parking charges which allows the stationing of a plane medium as a B757-200 (or minor). He added the service of fuel (truck) (it was tested) and settled the area of gaseous and liquid fuels. Park was installed for firefighters and airport police (north area), the parking area for cars and the park surrounding vegetation the main airport facility. As for the tracks, were illuminated for better air navigation aid. Ils frequencies and radio, are the originals. By Cristobal Laje (2009), Argentina.
Posted Oct 17, 2009 11:27 by Cristóbal Laje
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Detailed and realistically depicted scenery of Turkey Samsun Carsamba (LTFH) Airport and the surrounding area, for FSX (SP2). Created mainly by FSDS 3.5.1, the scenery includes accurate main terminal, tower and other airport buildings, afd file, various objects and some photo real terrain textures.
Posted Oct 16, 2009 19:06 by Sunay KILIC
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The OOWBP (Organization of Wreckless Bush Pilots) has put out a very confidential map of four very dangerous airfields in Guatemala, C.A. called the "Mayan Route" since they are located in an area where some few thousand of years ago the Mayas ruled. The Government of this country has no comments on these since they are not shown in any of their aeronautical charts. The OOWBP has placed some reference on these charts which you can use as take off points in order to reach the airfields fearly easy. If you deside to take the "plunge" and fly to them make sure the aircraft you fly in is reliable and a very good STOL one......Have fun and let us know of your experience....Next episode will cover some beauties in Honduras, where by the way, the fifth president of OOWBP went missing six years ago!!!
Posted Oct 16, 2009 16:37 by Gera Godoy Canova