Next Airport?

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B777ER
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Re: Next Airport?

Post by B777ER » Wed Sep 08, 2010 9:18 pm

CYUL or KDCA would be great additions for FSX. Canada has been left out in the cold (no pun intended) since FSX's release so CYUL would likely do very well. Lot of domestic and international presence with YUL. Nice compliment to BUF for short hops along with BOS and FSDT's JFK scenery.
777captain
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Re: Next Airport?

Post by 777captain » Wed Sep 08, 2010 9:39 pm

I actually agree with KDCA, although it is not my prime choice, it makes a lot of sense to do it. :)
jmag
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Re: Next Airport?

Post by jmag » Wed Sep 08, 2010 9:52 pm

Undoubtably KBFI. Boeing Field/ King County airport is an extremely important place where every kind of civil, commercial, and military aircraft has come and gone from. Some of them call it home. Not only is it Boeing's delivery and test center, but military aircraft such as the Blue Angels park there to entertain us, I've seen F-15's, F-18's, F-22's and more! One of the Concordes is there, the AN-125 has been a visitor on many occassions, ... I can go on and on! There are many scenery developers out there, but Boeing Field always seem to get skipped! Heck, Martin could even model a train that carries 737 fuselages to the Renton Plant on the tracks that run along KBFI! UPS has diggs there also. Sorry for the run-on, but those of us in this area have been looking for KBFI for a long time!

Thanks for the ear!
maxou12
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Re: Next Airport?

Post by maxou12 » Wed Sep 08, 2010 10:28 pm

Hi George , i am a canadian teen of 13 years old and im born in Quebec City and if your team of Flytampa make FlyTampa Quebec City . me and all french canadian possessing FS2004, we will buy this product. If your team make FlyTampa Quebec city and your looking for another little canadian airport i suggest Whitehorse airport or Yellowknife airport or Iqaluit airport.
PS: Iqaluit is a better idea because is isolate and the A380 landed at this airport for extreme winter condition test.
maxou12
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Re: Next Airport?

Post by maxou12 » Wed Sep 08, 2010 11:05 pm

You're right Silverbird, if FlyTampa do Quebec airport, The Canadians would be happy and proud because for the first time of the FS2004 and FSX history gonna have a very good quality canadian airport.
MidgeyMidget2
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Re: Next Airport?

Post by MidgeyMidget2 » Thu Sep 09, 2010 12:15 am

B777ER wrote:CYUL or KDCA would be great additions for FSX. Canada has been left out in the cold (no pun intended) since FSX's release so CYUL would likely do very well. Lot of domestic and international presence with YUL. Nice compliment to BUF for short hops along with BOS and FSDT's JFK scenery.
Oh stop lying, you meant that pun! :P :D
BoazDK
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Re: Next Airport?

Post by BoazDK » Thu Sep 09, 2010 4:58 am

Dear George.

I would like to thank you for opening up to suggestions, I never really understood why this was never appreciated in the past(not thinking you, but many add on producers react to posts with suggestions).

Is it true George that you do not want to create big airports? Even though LGAV is kind of big. I really second Chubu btw!! They see some interesting traffic even.

Here is my suggestions:

LLBG/TLV - Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International

Pictures: http://www.airliners.net/photo//1512649/L/ overview: http://www.airliners.net/photo//1752633/L/

The whole earth is a multitude of nuances, greens and red dirt. Plus the most common approach is a nice a long glide from the Medditerranian sea past the skylines of Tel Aviv with the main Ayalon highways below and a landing right next to the terminal buildings.
There is also the old terminal that now serves as a domestic terminal.

FAJS, JNB - Johannesburg international

Pictures: http://www.airliners.net/photo//1717265 ... 1ffb31e209 ground near airport: http://www.airliners.net/photo/Etihad-A ... 1ffb31e209

Tower: http://www.airliners.net/photo//1680659 ... 1ffb31e209

I am thinking this airport might be uninteresting in terms of architecture, but what it lacks in buildings it holds in earth colours and surroundings. Notice the mountain that can be seen on approach, and also the African style houses close by, quite an interesting vibe.
The airport sees some mighty interesting traffic for an airport it's size.

MMMX/MEX - Mexico City International

Pictures: http://www.airliners.net/photo//1642701 ... b1d5e3b943 Mountains: http://www.airliners.net/photo//0963709 ... b1d5e3b943

This airport feeds one of the largest cities on earth. Look at how close the city is to the airport!
It serves as a major hub in latin America and sees a lot of interesting traffic.

WADD/DPS - Denpasar Bali international.

Pictures: http://www.airliners.net/photo/AirAsia/ ... 4fc06a51e6 and from the other angle: http://www.airliners.net/photo//1487234 ... 4fc06a51e6
Terminal: http://www.airliners.net/photo/Singapor ... 4fc06a51e6

might look too much like St. Marteen, but it serves a much more visited island. Bali sees some interesting traffic with many Asian heavies from carriers such as Cathay, JAL and Singapore Airlines.
The Asian tropical atmosphere would be a nice challenge for you. :wink:

I have given suggestions to so of the most neglected areas in FSX... Latin America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

I really do hope Martin would be interesting in creating a SFO size airport.

Among those I would recommend is:

WIII= Jakkarta international
WMKK= very very interesting scenery and design of that airport
RJAA= Badly needed highly concentrated terminal area seeing lots of heavies!!
ZBAA= new terminals and tower looks amazing! Also it is increasingly seeing some interesting traffic!
LukasBA
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Re: Next Airport?

Post by LukasBA » Thu Sep 09, 2010 5:32 am

Actually Boaz, I believe (without knowing) that taxi2gate has made a pretty good rendition of Mexico City.

However I agree with Johannesburg. That airport is a must. its sad so few African airports have been made, Same thing with Bali. so few indonesian airports :-(
Acezboy
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Re: Next Airport?

Post by Acezboy » Thu Sep 09, 2010 6:27 am

George-
Why not Australia? Orbx dumped Sydney, YSSY, you could pick it up and master it. Adelaide, YPAD, is a small commerical airport. Would be a seller as orbx dumped them and you would grab a few sales from those guys!

Just an idea :)
maxou12
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Re: Next Airport?

Post by maxou12 » Thu Sep 09, 2010 8:09 am

Hi Mr George, is me the teen of 13 years old. First if you want to know why im not at school is because tuesday september 7 i have a surgery at my foot so i have to miss one week of school. Yes i dont change my first idea about canadian airport and if you make a canadian airport you gonna make me so happy. But i have a good idea for you and this not a canadian airports, the airport is Kathmandu airport (Kathmandu is the capital of nepal but im sure you know that). Ho and Mr George i want to thanks you for the lot of hours of pleasure when i play with your aiports because when im gone to be adult i wanna be a pilot so thank you.
george[flytampa]
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Re: Next Airport?

Post by george[flytampa] » Thu Sep 09, 2010 10:44 am

maxou12 wrote:Hi Mr George, is me the teen of 13 years old. First if you want to know why im not at school is because tuesday september 7 i have a surgery at my foot so i have to miss one week of school. Yes i dont change my first idea about canadian airport and if you make a canadian airport you gonna make me so happy. But i have a good idea for you and this not a canadian airports, the airport is Kathmandu airport (Kathmandu is the capital of nepal but im sure you know that). Ho and Mr George i want to thanks you for the lot of hours of pleasure when i play with your aiports because when im gone to be adult i wanna be a pilot so thank you.
Thanks. Hope ya' foot gets better soon.
george[flytampa]
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Re: Next Airport?

Post by george[flytampa] » Thu Sep 09, 2010 10:46 am

Acezboy wrote:George-
Why not Australia? Orbx dumped Sydney, YSSY, you could pick it up and master it. Adelaide, YPAD, is a small commerical airport. Would be a seller as orbx dumped them and you would grab a few sales from those guys!

Just an idea :)
We did YSSY a few years ago too, & dumped it. Don't recall why now.
Its a nice airport. But not for me right now.
george[flytampa]
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Re: Next Airport?

Post by george[flytampa] » Thu Sep 09, 2010 10:59 am

jmag wrote:Undoubtably KBFI. Boeing Field/ King County airport is an extremely important place where every kind of civil, commercial, and military aircraft has come and gone from. Some of them call it home. Not only is it Boeing's delivery and test center, but military aircraft such as the Blue Angels park there to entertain us, I've seen F-15's, F-18's, F-22's and more! One of the Concordes is there, the AN-125 has been a visitor on many occassions, ... I can go on and on! There are many scenery developers out there, but Boeing Field always seem to get skipped! Heck, Martin could even model a train that carries 737 fuselages to the Renton Plant on the tracks that run along KBFI! UPS has diggs there also. Sorry for the run-on, but those of us in this area have been looking for KBFI for a long time!

Thanks for the ear!
The Seattle area is beautiful. Unfortunately even with all default scenery, the frame rate in that area is too low to build upon; for me anyway(in FSX).
matanos
Posts: 29

Re: Next Airport?

Post by matanos » Thu Sep 09, 2010 12:14 pm

BoazDK wrote:Dear George.

I would like to thank you for opening up to suggestions, I never really understood why this was never appreciated in the past(not thinking you, but many add on producers react to posts with suggestions).

Is it true George that you do not want to create big airports? Even though LGAV is kind of big. I really second Chubu btw!! They see some interesting traffic even.

Here is my suggestions:

LLBG/TLV - Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International

Pictures: http://www.airliners.net/photo//1512649/L/ overview: http://www.airliners.net/photo//1752633/L/

The whole earth is a multitude of nuances, greens and red dirt. Plus the most common approach is a nice a long glide from the Medditerranian sea past the skylines of Tel Aviv with the main Ayalon highways below and a landing right next to the terminal buildings.
There is also the old terminal that now serves as a domestic terminal.

FAJS, JNB - Johannesburg international

Pictures: http://www.airliners.net/photo//1717265 ... 1ffb31e209 ground near airport: http://www.airliners.net/photo/Etihad-A ... 1ffb31e209

Tower: http://www.airliners.net/photo//1680659 ... 1ffb31e209

I am thinking this airport might be uninteresting in terms of architecture, but what it lacks in buildings it holds in earth colours and surroundings. Notice the mountain that can be seen on approach, and also the African style houses close by, quite an interesting vibe.
The airport sees some mighty interesting traffic for an airport it's size.

MMMX/MEX - Mexico City International

Pictures: http://www.airliners.net/photo//1642701 ... b1d5e3b943 Mountains: http://www.airliners.net/photo//0963709 ... b1d5e3b943

This airport feeds one of the largest cities on earth. Look at how close the city is to the airport!
It serves as a major hub in latin America and sees a lot of interesting traffic.

WADD/DPS - Denpasar Bali international.

Pictures: http://www.airliners.net/photo/AirAsia/ ... 4fc06a51e6 and from the other angle: http://www.airliners.net/photo//1487234 ... 4fc06a51e6
Terminal: http://www.airliners.net/photo/Singapor ... 4fc06a51e6

might look too much like St. Marteen, but it serves a much more visited island. Bali sees some interesting traffic with many Asian heavies from carriers such as Cathay, JAL and Singapore Airlines.
The Asian tropical atmosphere would be a nice challenge for you. :wink:

I have given suggestions to so of the most neglected areas in FSX... Latin America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

I really do hope Martin would be interesting in creating a SFO size airport.

Among those I would recommend is:

WIII= Jakkarta international
WMKK= very very interesting scenery and design of that airport
RJAA= Badly needed highly concentrated terminal area seeing lots of heavies!!
ZBAA= new terminals and tower looks amazing! Also it is increasingly seeing some interesting traffic!
Hello George and Boaz, and all others...
There are some opinions here and I'll say mine ...

Chubu Nagoya-RJGG is a payware
http://www.overland.co.jp/japaneseairpo ... chubu.html

Tel Aviv LLBG- Beautiful airport , freeware high quality Scenery

http://www.flightsim.com/zview.php?cm=list&fid=135660

,well developed with photoreal ground around the airport (from the sea till the mountains) but...
1.the current AFCAD of this Scenery allows taking off and landing only on RWY30, is there any method that enables the AFCAD (Of a new scenery) to use RWY12 for landings? (the approach that Boaz wrote about from the sea above the Tel Aviv Skyline)
2. The airport is currently under major expansion that includes mostly:
*Adding a new Concourse E to the Terminal (in the east side)
*extanding RWY 03-21 southbound for everyday use
3. there was no version of this airport that compitable with FS9&FSX

FAJS-There is a freeware scenery

MMMX-There is a payware scenery of this airport as a part of a Pack of Mexican airports called FlyMEX.
http://www.aerosoft.com/cgi-local/us/ib ... 20,10571_1

Denpasar-there is a freeware scenery but I don't know how old is it.

Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur- There are freeware sceneries availale but I have no idea how are they and if they are updated properly .

RJAA-Narita is also a payware
but I don't know about any changes since the time the scenery was published,
remind me if there were some...
http://www.overland.co.jp/japaneseairpo ... arita.html

ZBAA-This amazing airport and its new terminal is a must to make !
there is only a FrameRateFriendly Scenery that is too simple for such a unique airport and terminals .

http://www.frfstudio.net/ZBAAv1-1.html

long ago I suggested to make a New scenery for ZBAA
this is the link for my old topic.
viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2483&view=next

another airport that in my opinion must have an urgent upgrade is ZSPD
Shanghai Pudong, the last version was developed in 2004
http://secure.simmarket.com/samsoft-sha ... ight.phtml

and it was good ,but since then ,there was a major update. 2 terminals instead of one ,and a new parrallel runway configuration.

I still thinking about ZBAA and ZSPD, or even as a pack for both of them.

Love flyTampa Products.
Thank you for your great efforts.
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