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Four Fantastic International Airports For FSX & FS2004
Right across the land area of these airports you will find thousands of objects created with incredible accuracy and placed with the aid of pin-point satellite photography.
All hangars, cargo and airport auxiliary buildings are modelled, and there is even secure perimeter fencing with security checkpoints and emergency vehicle access points – all under the steady gaze of intermittently placed security cameras!
The airports look stunning after dark, with beautifully lit buildings and parking areas. Complete airport taxiway and runway lighting is also included.
World Airports 4 includes these four airports:
- Washington Dulles International (KIAD)
- Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International (KSJC)
- Hong Kong International (VHHH)
- Singapore Changi (WSSS)
Among the other features in World Airports 4 are:
- Custom made runways
- Terminal buildings rendered to a scale of 5cm per pixel
- An interactive docking system to park you right on your mark
- Taxiways with highly realistic concrete textures
- Drivable 'Follow me' vehicle in which to explore the airports
- Full airport taxiway and runway signage
- 3D approach lighting and full ILS navigation
- Hundreds of airport vehicles and ground personnel
- Aircraft parked at custom-textured parking positions
Washington Dulles International (KIAD)
Dulles airport occupies approximately 13,500 acres (54 km²) of land. The main terminal, designed by Eero Saarinen, is one of the most recognizable airport buildings in the world. You will find right across the Dulles airport land area literally thousands of objects created with incredible accuracy and placed with the aid of pin-point satellite photography.
Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International (KSJC)
San Jose is the most populous city in the San Francisco Bay Area, and the airport offers scheduled services to around 11 million passengers annually. The airport is situated as a 'downtown airport' and gives pilots an opportunity to land almost within the city centre itself, a pleasant change from those mega-hubs located miles out into the countryside.
Hong Kong International (VHHH)
Hong Kong International Airport is the main airport in Hong Kong, People's Republic of China, and is colloquially known as Chek Lap Kok Airport because it was built on the island of Chek Lap Kok by land reclamation, and also to distinguish it from its predecessor, the closed Kai Tak Airport. The airport opened for commercial operations in 1998, replacing Kai Tak, and is an important regional trans-shipment centre, passenger hub and gateway for mainland China and destinations across the world. Despite a relatively short history, Hong Kong International Airport is consistently voted the world's best in terms of design and passenger comfort.
Singapore Changi (WSSS)
Singapore Changi International Airport, or simply Changi Airport, is the main airport in Singapore. A major aviation hub in Southeast Asia, it is about 17 km (10.7 m) north-east from the commercial centre in Changi, on a 13 sq km (5 sq m) site. The airport is the home base of Singapore Airlines, Singapore Airlines Cargo, SilkAir, Tiger Airways, Jetstar Asia Airways, Valuair, and Jett8 Airlines Cargo. Changi handles about 38 million passengers a year, with 4,340 weekly flights operated by 80 airlines to 130 cities in 59 countries. Since its opening in 1981, the airport has made its mark in the aviation industry as a benchmark for service excellence, winning over 280 awards in a 20-year period from 1987 to 2007, including 19 Best Airport awards in 2007 alone.
Minimum System Requirements:
FS2004 or FSX (SP2 compatible, but NOT DX10 Preview compatible)
Windows XP/ Vista/ 7
2.5GHz or any Dual Core
512Mb graphics card
2Gb hard drive space
|Product Type||PC Software|
|Packaged Weight (Kg)||0.1000|
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