Piarco International Airport, Island of Trinidad, Caribbean
Description: This scenery completely redoes the Piarco airport
on the Island of Trinidad. It Features the beautiful new terminal,
and the old terminal across the runway, which has been converted
to cargo operations. It also accurately places all of the hangar
areas. This airport is the homebase to British West Indies Airlines,
(BWIA), and contains three static aircraft which are removeable,
in their previous livery. There are no aircraft at the gates
for the purpose of allowing A1 aircraft. There is no AFCAD file,
but I invite anyone out there to create one. By: Bill Melichar,
consulted by: Cassy, the SkyGodess. 4.3MB
Traffic Tracks for RAF Brize Norton.
AI Traffic Tracks and AFCAD files for Royal Air Force Brize
Norton, Oxfordshire, UK. Includes All Scheduled RAF Flights
from the base (updated from files released with Brize
Norton v3), Refuelling Flights, local flyers, and AFCAD
Gates and Taxiways update. Intended for use with nb_egvn3.zip
but AI flights will work with default scenery. By Nick Black.
LUGO - Lugo Scenery Version 1.0
- Only for FS2002. High detailed and realistic Scenery of the
city of Lugo (Spain), included significant buildings and monuments,
such as The Roman Wall, The Cathedral, The Old City, The City
Hall, The Plaza de España, The Miño River and so on. By Manuel
Zia Air Cargo Maintenance Facilities, New Mexico.
This package contains the three maintenance facilities for ZAC.
There is a main overhaul facility at Roswell, NM (KROW) with
several hangars, one large enough for DC-10's. There are also
two satilite maintenance facilities, one at KABQ on the east
side of Runway 03 (Opposite the South Cargo Ramp, a previous
scenery release I made in April 2003) with a hangar large enough
for DC-10's and another in Tuscaloosa, Al (KTCL) where the hangar
is large enough for B727's. These facilities' repuation for
quality has grown to the point where we do contract maintenance
for the USFS fire bombers and other commercial carrier aircraft;
you might see some of them being serviced when you drop by.
All locations have night-lighted textures with a start location
which can be found using the add on scenery button on your Go
To Airport menu. Kyle Ramsey. 2MB
Lanai Airport V2, Lanai City, Island of Lanai, Hawaii.
PHNY By: Bill Melichar Description: This scenery is a remake
of my original Lanai scenery for FS2002, which was way to overdone
for this sleepy little airport. It now contains a very quaint,
rustic Hawaiian styled airport situated on the original FS tarmac
and runways, so there is no longer heading problems. It also
corrects the bouncing aircraft problem in the first scenery.
Since there are no taxiways, I have included adequate turnouts
at each end of the runway. This airport now fits the area, and
is my second upgrade to my Pacific Island series. 1.8MB
Perth CBD v2.0. This
is a FS2002 airport module that recreates the major landmarks
of Perth CBD, Western Australia. I have had some unexpected
time available to work on the scenery and following some strong
feedback from people I can now offer version 2. Trevis Lawton.
Ryan Creek Airfield, New Zealand.
Complete NZRC © Airport,Afcad files and flight plans for FS
2002 - Microsoft left out Ryan Creek Airfield, Stewart Island
when it made FS2002. It is a well use commercial airfield so
here it is very simple as it is in real life. Southern Air operate
two BN-2 Britten Norman Islanders and has access to a Cessna
185 to maintain daily regular scheduled flights from Invercargill
to Stewart Island. There are a minimum of three scheduled flights
per day. However, the number of flights increases on demand
through the busy summer season, the current record held being
33 return flights in one day. Also inclued is the afcad and
flight plans files for Ryan Creek. By Robert Bakhuis. 244K
Kai Tak IGS/ILS Instrument Landing System. Kai
Tak was closed in FS2002 and I originally issued a couple of
Zip archives (Tak_VHHK.zip and VHHK_1.zip) to reopen the airport
and add ATC and ILS radio frequencies. After issuing my files
I received many emails pointing out (quite rightly!) that the
IGS (Instrument Guidance System) was missing and it was therefore
impossible to do correct approaches to the infamous runway 13.
Roger Mole. 1MB