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Googly scenery for WASF Fak-Fak, in Irian Jaya (Western New Gunea),
Indonesia - a small domestic airport that Microsoft managed to omit from Flight
Simulator 2004. These scenery files add the runway, apron, taxiways, buildings
and other airport features so that you and your "AI" traffic can land, taxi,
park and take off in a realistic manner.
Little information is available on the services operated - flight plans are
available for Lion Airlines showing two flights per week operated on their behalf
by Wings Abadi Dash 8 aircraft. But it is known that Merpati Nusentara also serve
the airport with Twin Otters. If you are using the Lion Airlines flight plans
for Winter 2006, you must change the airport's co-ordinates as detailed in the readme.txt file
because the co-ordinates given there will cause the aircraft to aim for a point
on the wrong side of the equator in the middle of the sea!
There is no lighting at this airport, and few navigational aids. However, I have
added a missing NDB nearby (FA, 380.0).
The scenery does not purport to be ultra-accurate. The quality of the satellite
imagery at Google Earth is poor, but a number of photographs and other information
has enabled this airport to be depicted reasonably accurately. However the added
airport features, such as buildings, are built from default Microsoft objects
and add-on libraries so will not look exactly like the real thing.
You are not obliged to download and install any additional scenery libraries,
but to enjoy this scenery in its entirety, you may wish to. It will work fine,
with or without.
An editvoicepack file has been included for the airport to help you embarrass
yourself in front of others when flying.
[File re-uploaded at request of AVSIM]
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