File Description: Located 01 miles SE of Harrisonville, New Jersey, Stallone Airport is a private turf strip 1350' in length. However it should be noted that the actual length from the road to the trees on the opposite end of the runway is actually only around 900'. It is tightly hemmed in by trees so if you are landing on Runway 29 you may want to use Slew to turn your plane around to remove the risk of bumping into a tree instead. If you land on Runway 11 you can cross the road to turn around in the field opposite the runway. The windsock can be seen from both runways. Power lines run along the heights of the trees as well for the Runway 29 approach, on the same side as the trees though so not really any additional worry there. No transient services are available. There is no hard surface runway so make sure your terrain mesh slider is set as high as possible for a suitably bumpy ground experience.
Scenery constructed with use of satellite images/streetview/aerial photos - the author has not been there in person.
This scenery is meant to be used in conjunction with MegaScenery Earth New Jersey/Delaware 004. It is not required, but apron use is minimized to allow satellite scenery to show through as much as possible, and objects are placed based on the MSE textures - lack of it may make scenery look out of place.