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Jean, Nevada (0L7) Improvement.
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FSX Jean, Nevada (0L7) improvement. Jean is the Primary gliding site for the Las Vegas area (hence the lack of lighting on 02R/20L). Tow ropes and runway lighting do not play well together. In addition to gliding & parchuting clubs, the Civil Air Patrol has an L-23 Blanik based here to service the multiple CAP Squadrons in the Las Vegas Area. BY Carl Kerns.
Posted Jan 31, 2009 09:34 by Carl Kerns.
 
Massey Ranch Airport (X50) at Edgewater, Florida
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Massey Ranch Airport (X50) at Edgewater, Florida. Complete redo of the default FSX X50 airport and surrounding landclass with an actual layout of taxiways, aprons and FBO. Includes on-airport residential areas with taxiways and representations of actual hangers and other structures. By: Art Poole
Posted Jan 31, 2009 09:32 by Art Poole
 
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(Arrestor cables work - Use Rich Hogen ArrestorCables 2.6 for catapults) Carrier, Cruisers, Destroyers 60 Miles(60 NM.) south east off the coast of Pensacola NAS.(out of site from that base) Airport ident KNPC, NDB(ident KNPC)on deck 245.0 khz, LOC/DME(identKNPC) 108.15 mhz.(no back coarse or glide slope) Do not spawn on Carrier location, you'll end up in the water!
Posted Jan 30, 2009 12:51 by Thunder
 
Nanga Parbat, Karakoram Range, Detailed Mountain Scenery
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At 8,125m, it is the ninth tallest mountain in the world. Nanga Parbat is geographically a part of the Himalayas, located in relative isolation at the westernmost end of the range in Pakistan. Of the world's fourteen highest mountains, ten are Himalayan peaks: Mount Everest, Kangchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Nanga Parbat, Annapurna and Shisha Pangma. Only four are located in within the Karakoram Range: K2, Gasherbrum I and II, and Broad Peak. K2 is the tallest mountain in the Karakoram Range and her three 8000m neighbors lie within 20 km. Nanga Parbat is 200 km away. Karakoram is a large mountain range spanning the borders between Pakistan, China, and India, located in the regions of Gilgit, Ladakh, and Baltistan. It is one of the Greater Ranges of Asia, often considered together with the Himalaya, but not technically part of that range. By Frank Dainese
Posted Jan 29, 2009 06:21 by Frank Dainese
 
K2 Detailed Mountain Scenery
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K2 is the second-highest mountain on Earth (after Mount Everest). With a peak elevation of 8,611 metres (28,251 ft), K2 is part of the Karakoram segment of the Himalayan range, and is located in the Northern Areas of Pakistan, on the border[1] between Pakistan's northern territories,[2] and the Taxkorgan Tajik Autonomous County of Xinjiang, China.[3] K2 is known as the Savage Mountain due to the difficulty of ascent and the fact that for every four people who reach the summit, one dies trying. Among the Eight-thousanders, K2 has the third highest climbing mortality rate. Karakoram is a large mountain range spanning the borders between Pakistan, China, and India, located in the regions of Gilgit, Ladakh, and Baltistan. It is one of the Greater Ranges of Asia, often considered together with the Himalaya, but not technically part of that range. By Frank Dainese
Posted Jan 29, 2009 05:51 by Frank Dainese
 
Broad Peak Mountain, Karakoram Range Detailed Mountain Scenery
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At 8,051m, Broad Peak is number 12 on the list of the fourteen 8,000m peaks, and is the third highest in the Karakoram range. It is located in Pakistan on the upper reaches of the Baltoro glacier, the main access route to the mountains which cuts through the center of the Karakoram range. Karakoram is a large mountain range spanning the borders between Pakistan, China, and India, located in the regions of Gilgit, Ladakh, and Baltistan. It is one of the Greater Ranges of Asia, often considered together with the Himalaya, but not technically part of that range. By Frank Dainese
Posted Jan 29, 2009 05:50 by Frank Dainese
 
Fernando de Noronha Island off Brazil
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This is a scenery package for the Atlantic Oceanic Brazilian island of Fernando de Noronha. The island is now a hot destination for sea activities enthusiasts, some 200 nautical miles from the northeastern coast of Brazil. By Jorge Amengol with just a little help from his friends.
Posted Jan 26, 2009 16:50 by Fern
 
Louisville PhotoReal Scenery Section F
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FSX Louisville PhotoReal Scenery Section F This is high resolution, 1Meter/Pixel, terrain scenery for Louisville, Ky. This section, F, features farmland in Floyd and Clark County IN. This photoscenery is for DAY USE ONLY and will work for any season, but shows only the USGS aerial photo data taken in April 2002. The default FSX mesh works well with this photoscenery and no additional mesh for the area needs to be purchased. This scenery was designed to work with an earlier release of FSX 3D scenery available on this site named LouX0R and LouX1R. By Jim Jones.
Posted Jan 25, 2009 09:32 by Jim Jones
 
Louisville PhotoReal Scenery Section K
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FSX Louisville PhotoReal Scenery Section K This is high resolution, 1Meter/Pixel, terrain scenery for Louisville, Ky. This section, K, features the I64 and I265 interchange in Floyd County IN. This photoscenery is for DAY USE ONLY and will work for any season, but shows only the USGS aerial photo data taken in April 2002. The default FSX mesh works well with this photoscenery and no additional mesh for the area needs to be purchased. This scenery was designed to work with an earlier release of FSX 3D scenery available on this site named LouX0R and LouX1R. By Jim Jones.
Posted Jan 25, 2009 09:31 by Jim Jones
 
Val d'Aosta, Italian Alps,  High Resolution Mountain Scenery  Package Part 2
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The Aosta Valley (Italian:Val d'Aosta) is a mountainous autonomous region in north-western Italian Alps. It is bordered by France to the west, Switzerland to the north and the region of Piedmont to the south and east.By Frank Dainese
Posted Jan 23, 2009 15:38 by Frank Dainese