Puerto Rosario, Canary Islands, Spain. Changes the airport elevation to better visually align with the default scenery. By Dan Reynolds.
Doncaster Sheffield Robin Hood Airport, UK. An update to the default airport with modified taxiways and stands and added clearance function to the tower frequency. By Noel Marsh-Giddings.
Manchester Airport, UK. This renumbers the runways to the new 23/05 designators, as well as has correct parking now for all aircraft as per the real world. By Noel Marsh-Giddings.
East Midlands Airport, UK. Corrects the taxiways according to real data. Adds the new passenger apron (stands 40 to 45) and changes teh aprons to have realistic stand numbers. By Noel Marsh-Giddings.
Madrid Barajas Airport, Spain. Rearranges parking nodes and jetways to conform to aerial photos. By Eric G. Hansen.
Barcelona International Airport El Prat, Spain. By Matthew Brooks / Alpha-India Group.
Geneva Cointrin International Airport, Switzerland. By Matthew Brooks / Alpha-India Group.
Unalakleet Airport, Alaska (AK), based upon Google Earth images, aerial photos, and firsthand viewing. By David Wooddell.
Huntsville International-Jones Airport, Alabama (AL). Modified to match the airport layout as of July 2008 including the new control tower and new taxiway L. By Leroy Mears.
Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Sweden. Gates and jetways have been placed as best compromise between the aerial photos and the default. The default buildings are a little further south than they should be. By Eric G. Hansen.
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, Manchester, New Hampshire (NH). By Curtis Weeman.
London City Airport, UK. Numbers the gates correctly and makes the runway more realistic. By Duncan Jones.
Queen Alia International Airport, Amman, Jordan. Adds jetways, vehicle paths, gate numbering. By Ahmad Agha.
Tontouta Airport, Noumea, New Caledonia, for use with the default scenery. By Reggie Fields / Alpha-India Group.