contains new scenery and major airport modifications for FSX only. Examples would be addition or modification
of runways, taxiways, buildings etc. Also usually includes modification of surrounding terrain such as the addition
of missing towns/cities and modification of lake/river shorelines that interfere with the
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This scenery dresses up the Dawson City Airport with enhancements that make it much more
realistic in appearance (although fictional). The town of Dawson City has also been added (located
several miles to the southwest, on the Yukon River).
This package contains most of the airports in Canada's Northwest Territories that is
served by North-Wright Airways. The scenery is fictional but Google Earth was used to approximate
the location of the villages, which FSX had left out. The airports included are: Norman Wells,
Deline, Ft. Goodhope, Tulita, Inuvik, Ft. McPherson, and Aklavik and Yellowknife. Default scenery
objects were used to enhance the airports and towns and lakes are created with landclass scenery;
therefore the files are extremely small and will not affect frame rates.
Microsoft did not include this strategic airstrip/research station so, upon request
from another flightsim pilot, I constructed it based on the limited information available, along
with my imagination.
Station Nord (BGNO) is a military and scientific station in northeastern Greenland
1700 km north of the Arctic Circle at 81°36'N, 16°40'W. It is about 924 km (574 mi) from the
geographic North Pole. The Danish Defense Command base is staffed by five Danish NCOs on a 26-month
tour of duty; accommodation is also available for over twenty scientists and other personnel during
the summer months. The station has about 35 buildings. It is not accessible by ship; ice conditions
would permit a passage only every five to ten years. The name Nord simply means "north" in Danish.
Winter darkness extends from 15 November to 28 January.
The station was recognized as important as a gateway to otherwise- inaccessible
parts of northern Greenland and was made permanent. Today the operation of the station is under the
responsibility of the Joint Arctic Command (Arktisk Kommando), but is manned on a daily basis with
personnel from the three services and five volunteers are stationed there 26 months at a time with
a 3-5 weeks leave period in the middle.The landing strip is kept open for approximately 300 days a
year and is maintained with two large snow blowers and two snow plows
The single gravel runway 03 - 21 is 5248 ft. X 187 Ft.
This is fictional scenery for Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, and Whitehorse International Airport
(CYXY). Here is what to look for in this scenery package:
- Added the Yukon river which runs along side the airport. It is missing in the default scenery
- Restructured the city of Whitehorse to more closely represent the real world location
- Removed many of the default buildings on the airport and replaced them with building more
- Added a cargo ramp
- Added missing taxiway signs
- Added ramp lights for night operations
- Repair ILS and Localizer missed approaches