File Description: This island is the smallest municipality of the Netherlands. Saba is just under 30 miles south of St. Maarten, the island that was split between France and the Netherlands; to the southeast and 20 miles away is the small island of St. Eustatius, then St Kitts and then Nevis. The island comes out of the water like the top of Everest and keeps going, and there is no large space for a runway and no possibility of creating one with landfill with those steep sea cliffs. So what you have is a small runway (aligned 12/30) of 1,000 feet plus over-runs at each end that have small "closed" markings (see the white crosses) for a usable total of around 1,300 feet.
The airport restricts access as there is only space for four planes to park, plus a helicopter. And of course there is also the short runway to contend with. Landings are carried out under waivers issued by the Netherlands Civil Aviation Authority, and will always be on runway 12 as the southeast trade winds predominate. Twotters land there but only in real life; FS9 AI Twotters don't seem to find it adequate. There is no fuel or any other facility except for a small terminal building and a car park.