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Landclass Scenery ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
FS2004 Land Class scenery that covers the area between San Luis Obispo to Oxnard California. All towns in this area and that extend east of the coast are also included.

Filename: lca_ksba.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 11th October 2008, 02:12:15
Downloads: 1595
Author: Charles Reid
Size: 3601kb

ltaw 2 (tokat airport) ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
new ltaw (tokat airport) scenery file. some mistakes corrected and some new objects added.

Filename: ltaw_2.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 14th November 2008, 02:28:44
Downloads: 750
Author: vedat kocabeyoglu
Size: 2429kb

OPDB Dalbandin, Pakistan ZipDive!  Download

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File Description:
Googly scenery for OPDB Dalbandin, Pakistan - a quiet domestic airport for which no operational facilities are provided in Flight Simulator 2004. These scenery files add/correct the runways, 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. The airport appears to be served all of once per week by ATRs of Pakistan International Airways so will hardly buzz with activity, but you will be assured of a friendly welcome when you arrive. The scenery does not purport to be ultra-accurate. Based on high-detail satellite imagery from Google Earth, the layout is proportionally correct but the added airport features, such as buildings, are built from default Microsoft objects and add-on libraries so will not look 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. [File re-uploaded at the request of AVSIM]

Filename: opdb.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 5th May 2010, 22:32:37
Downloads: 960
Author: John Hinson
Size: 66kb

PABR - Barrow - Alaska, USA ZipDive!  Download

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File Description:
The town of Barrow is in the far north of Alaska, and is best known in flying circles as the place where Wiley Post crashed his floatplane on takeoff and killed himself and Will Rogers. The crash was some 15 miles south of Barrow and was "assisted" by the mismatched fuselage, wings, and floats that had been assembled to create the floatplane. The Barrow population is largely Inupiat and totals some 4,400. The downtown area of Barrow is immediately north of the airport. The second and largest part of Barrow is further north past a string of lagoons and is locally called Browerville. To the northeast along the coast is the smallest part around what used to be the Naval Arctic Research Lab, and is now a college. To the east of this are the DEW buildings, plus two large navy hangars and the gravel runway that was used to serve the DEW station. The PABR runway is aligned 06-24 in FS9 and is 7,100 feet long and 150 feet wide, built on top of a gravel base and surround that copes with the underlying permafrost. There is PAPI at both ends and an ILS and approach lights on 06; 06 circuits are to the right. The airport notes include a warning that the apron is not a standard width and that large planes that are enroute to the far end of the runway will not be able to taxi past a plane parked at the gate and should use the runway as a taxiway, then turn and takeoff. FS9 AI cannot cope with that, so the apron here is wider. There are, in real life and the AI, daily flights by Air Alaska (three at least) and Era (several, and which is now called Ravn, hence the new hangar door motif) and air cargo flights by Northern Air Cargo and Everts, plus GA. The buildings have been made with photographic textures or textures made from reference photos. I decided that while 500+ scenery objects was probably ok for most people the required 900+ to "make" the town of Barrow would likely not be. The auto-generated FS9 town objects could not be left as Barrow with trees would not look at all like reality; I have "faded" the density of the town buildings into the distance from the airport.

Filename: barrow_alaska_v1.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 17th May 2016, 09:32:36
Downloads: 666
Author: Roger Wensley
Size: 16134kb

PAMR (Merrill Field, Anchorage), 5HO (Hope), 9Z9 (Lawing) - Alaska, USA ZipDive!  Download

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This stand-alone combined V2 version of Merrill Field 2016 includes: windsocks, a parked Fedex 727 that was recently donated to the University of Alaska, some missing taxiway lights, and small corrections to the apron layout. It also includes Hope 5HO and Lawing 9Z9. The 2016 version of Merrill Field PAMR dealt with a spectacular malfunction reported by one recent downloader; see the two screenshots. Merrill Field is in Anchorage Alaska, between Anchorage International to the southwest and and Elmendorf Air Force Base to the north. It caters for general aviation and is the land equivalent of the Lake Hood float plane base, with fuel and numerous maintenance facilities, and several hundred parking spots for small planes. There are three runways, and the longest is 4,000 feet of 100 feet wide asphalt, the second 2,635 feet of asphalt 75 feet wide, and the third 2,000 feet of 60 feet wide gravel. The first two have runway lights. It is a controlled airfield with a relatively new control tower to cater for the numerous flights and to coordinate with Elmensdorf and Anchorage International, the latter also controlling flights from Lake Hood and the adjacent gravel strip Z41 (see my Lake Hood scenery). The gravel runway at Merrill Field is not connected with active taxiways to the rest of the airfield; this avoids you being ordered to land on it when flying a plane too large to do so. The enclosed layout shows the runways and the taxiways complete with their assigned letters to help you find your way around, but note that this shows the current gravel runway with its wandering magnetic headings, not the ones prevailing when I made Merrill. The signage on the airfield is not total. The main taxiways are signed and each entry to a runway has a runway sign, but intermediate taxiways to or from a runway are not; if you have turned off the runway at the first possible exit you could then whether it is R or T is, I suppose, irrelevant. Try not to turn onto Merrill Field Drive at an intersection, this is a road that runs through the field. There are almost 50 buildings on the field and threequarters of them have been modelled from photographs specifically for this scenery; some of them were modelled from photos that were of not very good quality, but when the photos were taken I wasn't thinking that I would ever model the field. Which explains why there are buildings I had no photos of at all, of any sort of quality.

Filename: merrill_field_2016_v2.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 26th February 2016, 09:54:17
Downloads: 570
Author: Roger Wensley
Size: 23978kb

Sharm El Sheikh (HESH) ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
Simple scenery of Sharm_El_Sheikh (HESH) airport and city.

Filename: sharm_el_sheikh.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 25th June 2008, 14:27:40
Downloads: 10251
Author: Igor Smirnov
Size: 9kb

UNNT Tolmachevo 2012 - Novosibirsk ZipDive!  Download

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File Description:
Tolmachevo airport is the largest airport complex in Siberia and the Far East of a Class A-1 with of a cargo capacity of more than 50,000 tonnes per year, 750 passengers per hour on international flights and 1,800 per hour on domestic routes.
The airport has two runways, the second one was put into operation in autumn 2010. It doesn't have any restrictions on take-off weight, and is certified for ICAO CAT II. Tolmachevo airport is included in a list of international hubs of Russia. In 2011 the airport handled 2,765,884 passengers (22.3% more than in 2010).

Filename: unnt-2012.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 4th June 2012, 17:36:11
Downloads: 1986
Author: Tolmachevo TEAM
Size: 84534kb

'Classic' Water Reflection ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
For those of you that miss the FS2002 water reflections, these are optimized sun and moon reflection textures for FS2004. The new files are a quarter the size of the original files, with no visual degradation (that I could see) and improved performance.
These should work with older video cards (non-DX9) as well and look great with either "High" or "Low" Water Effects enabled. They look particularly good when combined with the OceanFX 2 package (with OCEANSFX.ZIP and OCEANSTX.ZIP).

Filename: classic_water_texture.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 27th October 2003, 16:53:50
Downloads: 14743
Author: Carlyle Sharpe
Size: 646kb

'IRENE!' Mogadishu, Somalia ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
Re-create the 1993 raid in Mogadishu, Somalia depicted in the movie, "Black Hawk Down". Adds a huge concentration of buildings covering a wide area with the replica of the real "Target Building" in the center and the Olympic Hotel nearby. Located 3 miles northeast of Mogadishu Airport - HCMM.

Filename: bhdv1.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 12th February 2004, 22:22:40
Downloads: 4499
Author: Angel Cruz
Size: 2009kb

'Lake Of The Clouds' Michigan ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
Lake Of The Clouds - Ontonagon, Michigan scenery by Al Heline and Jim Bosworth. This scenery includes the waterfalls on the Carp River on its way to Lk Superior. Additional LandClass for Whitefish Point included.

Filename: lotc.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 4th February 2004, 04:22:08
Downloads: 2693
Author: Al Heline, Jim Bosworth
Size: 600kb

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