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Files posted by hanleyc
This airport is a combined project by myself, Elias Smith, Watkin Tench (Liam) and a complete AI file provided by TerribleT (Terry). Toowoomba Airport is officially known as Toowoomba City Aerodrome and is both licensed and certified. The aerodrome is owned and operated by Toowoomba Regional Council. Being certified means the airfield is able to have airlines and larger charter aircraft operate from the aerodrome. No scheduled passenger services currently operate from Toowoomba Airport, with most commercial airlines moving to Wellcamp nearby. The airport is used by Darling Downs Aero Club, CareFlight, Royal Flying Doctor Service and Toowoomba Airport Services.
Stawell in rural Victoria is the home of the famous ”Stawell Gift” – Australia’s richest foot race . Stawell is also a small rural airport in regional Victoria. They have gone through a major upgrade over the last few years and is an important base for firefighting aircraft, including the "Southern Belle" DC10 VLAT aircraft along with a raft of other aircraft including a water bombing Hercules aircraft. The "Southern Belle" has been coming to Australia from the US for the past 3 summers, and assists right across the country as needed. The airport also specialise in aerial agricultural spraying services right across Victoria. Follow install instructions in readme file in download,
EDIT- There is an AI traffic file that was left out of the download. Please download it and add to the FSX\scenery\world\scenery folder. this adds some realism to the airport.
OZx Northwest Queensland Remote and Regional Airports - Craig H
OZx presents Northwest Queensland Remote and Regional Airports package. These airports are designed to compliment Rob Fluke's Mt Isa airport giving the area more depth and options for regional or FIFO flying. This package covers 22 airports including several major mine sites and many remote private property gravel strips. Seven of the regional airports can be selected in FSX to start a flight, with the rest being an adventure to find them in the remote desert region of North West Queensland.
File includes readme with install instructions, Plan G files and a Google Earth kmz file.
Please note you will require the OZx libraries to be installed in order to see the full effect of this scenery which are located at:
Click on the Download file and the options for 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2 library files will be available as a separate download
A new P3D Library will be available to enable proper viewing of objects.
Parkes is a well serviced Airport that has an Aero Club, a Training School, aircraft maintenance business, and a refuelling agent, all operating on the airport grounds. Parkes most famous land mark is man made, the CSIRO Radio Telescope is located 25kms north of town on the Newell Highway. Parkes is also the home to the annual Elvis festival. Approximately 32,000 passengers pass through Parkes Airport each year
Extract the Parkes airport folder to your addon scenery folder and activate in FSX.
The OZx folder contents need to go into the OZx_Lib folder to ensure all objects are visible.
Thanks to the beta testers - Bruce, Flukey, Gazza, TerribleT, Aussiman, and anyone else who I have forgotten who helped in this airport.
Thanks also to soarfly concepts for the use of their airport lighting objects in this airport.
This is V2 of FSX Broken Hill scenery. Broken Hill Airport (IATA: BHQ, ICAO: YBHI) is an airport located 2.5 nautical miles (4.6 km; 2.9 mi) southeast of Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia.
The airport currently is used as a base of operations for the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia South-Eastern section thus making it a very important hub for this service.
It is also used extensively by the mining industry and the town is home to the world's largest silver, lead and zinc mine.
Important - If you had V1 please delete and install this version 2 as this should fix the night lighting issues with the taxiways.
Install instructions in readme file.
Dubbo is one of the leading regional airports in Australia, with two major airlines providing 152 flights per week, which service more than 186,000 passengers per year. The Airport provides direct return services from Dubbo to Sydney and Broken Hill, and is serviced by Regional Express (Rex) and QantasLink.
I decided to take on this project with the assistance of the people listed below as my first attempt at scenery design, and then release it under the OZX banner. I have attempted to get it as realistic as possible, given my limited information, photos and also limited access to the airport. Please enjoy.
Drop the Dubbo NSW folder into addon scenery folder and activate scenery in FSX. This has been designed to work with FTX AU. P3D users may need to manually create an "Addon Scenery" folder (or similar) if one doesn't already exist in P3D root.
There are some minor texture issues with P3D that we are continuing to work on, but it does work for the most part fine in P3D.
Airservices Australia Chart: http://www.airservicesaustralia.com/aip/current/dap/SDUAD01-130.pdf
Clonaz (Bryan) - A big thanks goes to Bryan who supplied us with 7.5cm PR scenery of the airport and surrounds. Without this, this project wouldn't have happened.
Jorge (Aeronauta) - Also a big thanks to Jorge for helping me with the PR side of design and the ADE file.
Assistance in object design and airport features, layout and testing:
Treetops, Aussieman, TerrbleT, Scottharmes6, TonyM, Timmy74, Mike Burbidge, Craig H
Hope I havn't forgotten anyone.
The sport of gliding has roots at Narromine which go back to the 1940s. Today, the region is considered to be among the world’s best soaring sites.Narromine is known as the “Gliding Capital of Australia” is considered to be the best gliding area in Australia, and one of the three best in the world. With beautiful weather and thermals, along with no airspace restrictions, pilots from around the world visit regularly to participate in recreational flying, gliding and to take part in the National and State Gliding Championship.