AFCAD File For KDEN
Denver International Airport, Colorado (CO), USA. This airport update was designed with the latest version of ADE (Airport Design Editor) and made only for the FSX default airport, one version with Crosswind runways activated where all six runways will be used for takeoff/landing, and one vers...
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Denver International Airport, Colorado (CO), USA. This airport update was designed with the latest version of ADE (Airport Design Editor) and made only for the FSX default airport, one version with Crosswind runways activated where all six runways will be used for takeoff/landing, and one version as the default runway operation: assigned parking as per their website with extra parking, extensions added to terminal B, taxiways and taxi signs updated, support vehicle roads rebuilt and many other improvements. Airport views are from inside of the north control tower (when in tower view). By Ray Smith.
View of Denver International Airport.
There are 3 BGL files: KDEN_ADE_RS.BGL, KDEN_ADE_CW_RS.BGL and a KDEN_ADE_OBJ.BGL file.
Runway Operation Files:
- The KDEN_ADE_CW_RS.BGL file is with the crosswind runways activated where all 6 runways will be used simultaneously.
- The KDEN_ADE_RS.BGL file is the same as the default runway operation.
Assigned parking is the same in both files.
If you are using my earlier version please remove/delete these files first or overwrite them, if you would rather keep them remove them to another folder not associated with FSX.
- Take the runway operation file of your choice (only one) and place this file into: Flight Simulator X/Addon Scenery/scenery folder.
- Take the KDEN_ADE_OBJ.BGL file and place this file into: Flight Simulator X/Scenery/Global/scenery folder.
- There are jetway extensions, and to see these you need to add the textures for them, please follow these steps:
- NOTE: If you have already done this with any of my other airports then this step is not necessary.
- Browse to the FSX\Scenery\NAME\Texture folder.
- Go down the list until you see jfk_jetway.dds (day texture) and jfk_jetway_LM.dds (night texture).
- "COPY" them from that folder and "PASTE" them into the Scenery\Global\Texture folder.
- Start up the Flight Sim and the changes will be present.
- IMPORTANT NOTE: PLEASE ONLY USE ONE RUNWAY OPERATION FILE AT A TIME. Make sure there is only ONE of the KDEN_RS.BGL FILES in the Addon Scenery/scenery folder at any time, remove/delete any other KDEN.bgl to avoid incorrect parking and other airport conflicts.
- If you have any AI Traffic Addons please make sure they have "NOT" installed another AFCAD for this airport as this will also cause a conflict.
- PLEASE NOTE: When using ATIS with the KDEN_ADE_CW_RS.BGL file you will hear the fake runways as well as the airport runways, this is the method used in activating non parallel runways and should be ignored or if preferred use the version KDEN_ADE_RS.BGL.
- Delete/remove the BGL files and the default airport will then be active.
Enjoy and happy flying.
View of Denver International Airport at night.
The archive kden_ade_rs_fsx.zip has 13 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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