AFCAD For The BluePrint Simulations TJSJ
This AFCAD file represents a modification to the BluePrint Scenery Simulations (BPS) AF2_TJSJFSX.BGL file which is part of their recently freeware version of TJSJ - San Juan. Some of the enhancement include: updated approaches per the most current 2009 approach plates. AI custom parking at Ter...
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This AFCAD file represents a modification to the BluePrint Scenery Simulations (BPS) AF2_TJSJFSX.BGL file which is part of their recently freeware version of TJSJ - San Juan. Some of the enhancement include: updated approaches per the most current 2009 approach plates. AI custom parking at Terminals B, C, D and E per the October 2008 terminal parking maps. modified GA parking ramps. additional on and off-airport scenery including buildings and vegetation. additional fuel trucks and vehicle service roads. and AI parking spots added to the soon to be opened Terminal A. Terminal A parking is based on a preliminary parking specification which shows DAL/NWA and USA/AWE. By Kambiz Agazi.
Overview of TJSJ - San Juan.
I am providing this alternative AFCAD file with kind permission from BluePrint Scenery Simulations.
Some of the changes to the original AFCAD file include:
- Updated approaches per the most current 2009 approach plates.
- AI custom parking at Terminals B, C, D and E have been further refined per the Oct. 2008 Terminal parking maps.
- Modified GA parking ramps.
- Additional on and off-airport scenery including buildings and vegetation to closely reflect satellite images. and
- AI parking spots added to the soon to be opened Terminal A. BPS left off the parking intentionally until more information becomes available when the Terminal opens. I have used the proposed Terminal Parking Map which shows DAL/NWA and USA/AWE occupying Terminal A. I will revisit once Terminal A is officially opened.
- Note 1: I have included both airport and off-airport facilities and vegetation. The vegetation file included with the default BPS scenery is fps intensive and set at a scenery level of very dense. I would suggest that you remove or disable the BPS TJSJTreesFSX.BGL file and use the one included in this scenery.
- Note 2: The BPS Puenta Teodoro Moscoso (Bridge) over Laguna San Jose currently is set to a scenery level of extremely dense. If you fly with a scenery level less than extremely dense then you will need to modify the bgl containing the bridge and change the scenery level.
I used BglAnalyzeX.exe by Winfried Orthmann and SDE by Jon Masterson (ScruffyDuck Software) to change the scenery level from extremely dense to normal. First, de-compile the TJSJBridgeFSX.BGL using BglAnalyzeX.exe. The de-compiled files will be xml and mdl. Using SDE open the xml and change the scenery density level to that desired. Then using SDE recompile the xml to a bgl. The mdl files must be in the same folder and will recompile with the xml.
While satellite images were used to place off-airport scenery, including trees and buildings, the intent was not to mimic exact vegetation and building types shown in the satellite images but rather provide a similar streetscape layout.
- First, you must install the FSX version of the freeware BluePrint Scenery Simulations' TJSJ - San Juan scenery located at the link above. Once installed, locate your installation folder and inside of the scenery folder, replace the existing AFCAD file "AF2_TJSJFSX.bgl" with the one provided here. You can either remove the file from the scenery folder or rename it with a .passive at the end of the file. The object bgl file also included contains on and off-airport scenery and vegetation and is optional, but I would recommend including it in the BPS scenery folder as well. See Note 1 for more information.
I have tested TJSJ_BPS_KA.bgl using FSX sp2, and while I don't anticipate issues with using the earlier versions (RTM and SP1), I cannot guarantee that the visuals will look the same on every setup. While not needed for the scenery to work, I also tested to ensure that TJSJ works with Scenery Tech Landclass and FS Genesis Mesh.
CREDITS: TJSJ was modified using the powerful airport design utility by Jon Masterson (ADE9X V1.45.6).
TJSJ - San Juan for FSX is a product of BluePrint Scenery Simulations.
The archive tjsj_bps_ka.zip has 6 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|TJSJ Installation.txt||10.24.09||3.97 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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