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FS2002 New Orleans Helicopter Scenery #6 by C.Young. Every installment is stand alone. This installment includes a representation of the town of Grand Isle, La., offshore rigs off Grand Isle, two "camps" with helipadss north of Grand Isle, an oil rig fire, heliports for Leeville, La. and Lafayette, La. as well as the Chevron Dock in Venice, La. 3.3MB
AFCAD-Import file for KNGZ (enabling AI-Traffic) KNGZ - Alameda NAS Alameda Point Naval Air Station is located between Baybridge and Oakland in the San Francisco Bay Area. While driving by car to SFO via the baybridge, one can easily see the runway 13/31. Closed in April 1997, the airport is still part of FS2002-Standard-Scenery. Of course, without any Airport-Facilities, no AI-Traffic is possible. Now, utilizing AFCAD to enhance AI-Traffic on my machine, I decided to re-open runway 13/31 of KNGZ Alameda NAS, including various ramp-parking-positions.. Requires the use of AFCAD available here. By Klaus-Peter Trogisch. 192K
Tasmanian Wilderness Camps for FS2002 Tasmania has some of the most bueatiful Mountain and Lake areas in Australia and I have attempted to bring some of these areas to life for you to all enjoy!! Includes 3 camps with full textures and sound files for those that have "LAGO's FSSoundScape". Ian Thatcher. 2.4MB
Gmax Harland & Wolff cranes (Belfast) scenery v2.0 for FS2002 HWv2 is a gmax animated representation of the cranes at Harland & Wolff shipyard in Belfast. v2 is a more accurate model in terms of scale and detail. Also includes a few shipyard buildings and improved location. Jerome Logue. 488K
TDS Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea Seaplane Bases V1.0 5 Seaplane Bases for Atlantic Overwater Flights in Bermuda, Azores, Gibralter, Alexandria, and Amsterdam. These are designed for the Clipper Drivers out there. Includes start locations and NDB's for each station. Lots of eye candy to see and great locations to explore. Uses NOVA textures. Fourth in a series by Kyle Ramsey. 1.8MB
FS2002 New Orleans Helicopter Scenery #7 by C.Young. Every installment is stand alone. This installment is the town of Gretna, Louisiana with fires, traffic accidents and EMS scenes. Gretna is across the Mississippi River from New Orleans. 1.9MB
FS2002, Fua'amotu International Airport, Nuku'alofa, Tonga. NFTF This scenery recreates the International airport on the Island of Tonga with all the goodies like a more realistic terminal with cargo area, parking lot, aircraft stairs at each gate, four static aircraft which can be eliminated, a small craft area off the dirt runway, gas tanks, and tropical landscaping. It is just a short hop from Fiji's Nadi airport, and a popular vacation get away especially for Australia. By: Bill Melichar. 1.8MB
FS2002 Scenery St Thomas, US Virgin Islands. Recreates the area of St Thomas Harbor and Charlotte Amalie. Corrects the area of the Cruise port Terminal and Shopping malls. It can be use with virginus_puertorico_islands_30m10.zip mesh scenery of the VI.It does not include the airport. St Thomas is the busiest cruise port in the West Indies. by Jorge Pagano. 706K
HANKS TRADING POST on Badger Island, Alaska Alaska Bush Scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002. Situated between the mountains and near the border of Canada lays HANKS Trading Post. Founded in 1937 by Hank Johnson Sr. it has become an important stop along many routes to and from Alaska and Canada. Modern features include lodging for pilots and tourists, an Air Ranger Station, Mira's Bed and breakfast, the Pot O Gold Tavern (very well known to locals!), Hanks Trading Post, the Last Chance Liquor Emporium, docks for boats and float planes, Steve's fish house, and home to Skippy's nightly Homemade firework display at 9 sharp.Contact: Michael Carr. 5.7MB
FS2002 Scenery Castries, St Lucia island. Recreates the capital city of St Lucia and the area of its harbor.Also adds the Marina in Rodney Bay, the town of Soufriere and the Pitons. It does not include the airport. by Jorge Pagano. 1.1MB