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This is a military base in North Eastern Russia, near to the Alaskan islands, if you want to measure it as the Tu-160 flies. This aiport has a huge runway, a few taxiways, fuel box, an open hangar, another hangar with Su-27 and gaurds, and more. If you measure the wingspan of the Tu-160, fully spread, the wings wouldn't go over the edges of the runway. There is also a small fleet of ships and a carrier off the bay, along with a landable bridge along the North side of the bay. Created for me by McSics.
Posted Mar 9, 2009 18:19 by General Gouletawitz
0.18Mb (1589 downloads)
This version includes all the scenery designed or improved of previous versions. In this case did some improvements to SCQT, SCIL, SCSD, SCEL and SCTB and new runways: SCVT-Viņa Tarapaca-Isla de Maipo),(SCHO-Punta Chungo-Los Vilos) .
Posted Mar 8, 2009 17:48 by Juan Lucero
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H Squad Alpine Lake Village for H Squad British Columbia Base Scenery. Compliments H_Farfy's fantastic H_Squad scenery located in British Columbia, Canada. The surrounding area is breathtaking to say the least, dotted with ravines, mountains, valleys, and alpine lakes............that's where this addon comes in. This scenery is located a short distance away from the H_Squad_BC Base, and the airport ID is "HSAL' which you may start there in FSX or fly there after entering it in your GPS panel. Bring a float plane because it's a water start.
Posted Mar 7, 2009 04:02 by H Paul
11.63Mb (1398 downloads)
This scenery was made with ADE and the most of the objects were made with FSDS 3.5.1. This is a fictional airport located in British Columbia Canada, It has two runways for fixed wing, but it is realy a helo base with many fun and challenging places to land your helo. Plus many hidden treasure to try and find, some bears, downed aircraft and of coarse Easter eggs hehe. Enjoy. Be sure to check in at the H Squad web site from time to time as updates are planned. http://farfyscenery.katuu.com/ or http://hsquad.katuu.com/ By Scott Hendrix
Posted Mar 3, 2009 17:11 by Scott Hendrix
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This package updates University Airport in Davis, California. Taxiways, runways, and aprons were resized and moved to their real-world locations. Buildings were also moved and adjusted. Satellite images from Google Earth were used for accuracy. Many default scenery objects were placed from the FSX scenery libraries. This version contains all needed files, and no earlier versions are required. Please see the Readme regarding the airport ICAO code and taxiway lines, as well as other notes. Compiled using Airport Design Editor.
Posted Mar 1, 2009 17:52 by Phillip Coyle
0.26Mb (544 downloads)
This is a scenery update for Willows-Glenn County Airport. Taxiways, runways, aprons, were resized and moved to their real-world locations. Buildings were also moved and adjusted. Satellite images from Google Earth were used for accuracy. Many default scenery objects were placed from the FSX scenery libraries. View Readme file for installation and notes. Compiled using Airport Design Editor.
Posted Mar 1, 2009 17:49 by Phillip Coyle
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FS2004/FSX Canyonlands National Park South, Monticello (U43) photoscenery. This scenery covers the southeastern part of Canyonlands National Park (Needles District) in Utah (UT). The colorful layers of sand- and limestone that you can see today built over hundreds of millions years by advancing and retreating oceans as well as rivers that deposited huge amounts of sediment. The scenery extends the Arches National Park scenery to the south and brings you another 3500 sq km in 4.7m/pix quality. Gottfried Razek/www.blueskyscenery.com
Posted Feb 28, 2009 14:23 by Gottfried Razek
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These are the mythical airports and the bombing range used in the FSDogfighter sessions. These airports are required to participate in the sessions. ORAI is Raider Airbase used by the Raider Squadron, OCRS is Crystal AFB used by the Ghost Squadron, and OBMB is the bombing range used by the Ghost Squadron, located a couple miles from OCRS.
Posted Feb 28, 2009 13:09 by Chris Beck