FSX Airports and Navaids in Google Earth
This zip contains all the airports & navaids for Flight Simulator X and includes all comm and nav frequencies, runway details along with any relevant ILS information. Extracted from the default FSX BGL scenery files in Nov 2006. By Ian Niblo.
- Download hits
- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
- File size
- 2.36 MB
- Virus Scan
- Scanned 19 days ago (clean)
- Access to file
- Free (Freeware)
- Content Rating
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
Having been someone with a keen interest for travelling to new places for many years, I found the relatively recent addition of the internet something that has helped my travel capacity unbelievably. It makes an incredibly big difference to how I get booked up, and now with the help of things like Google Earth I can get a more or less instant set of knowledge about where I need to be and how I can possibly get there in time.
This kind of feature makes a big difference to the overall composition and growth of my abilities as a traveler, but tools such as Google Earth are fairly limited in what they let you see. For more help in actually getting the full bang that you could get from using Google Earth, you need to look at some of the awesome modifications that have been made for use with it.
For example, this brilliant project here will give you all the help that you could possibly need in making things work out just the way that you had originally intended. By combining Google Earth with FSX you can now get access to all of the comm and nav frequencies from FSX, as well as various ILS information that might be deemed relevant by the simulator. As you can imagine, this plays a big role in helping make the whole thing seem a whole lot more immersive. What is even more impressive, though, is the way that it contains all of the navigational aids as well as the airports for FSX, adding them into Google Earth for another layer of awesomeness.
It’s a mod that I really do love using for the traveller in me, as well as the FSX fan, meaning that I can get a nice blend of information, facts and figures at all times to help me plan my journeys and my flights better than ever. This allows you to start exploring parts of the world you intend to visit or will have never had the time to visit allowing you to get a full glimpse of just how diverse parts of the world can be. it might seem like a bit of a simplistic addition but when you start getting used to its various changes you will quickly start to see the benefits of having a software package like this installed, helping you really learn geography.
Now, you’ll be able to pinpoint where airports are all across the world and ensure that you have no issues getting to understand the locations and distances of key locations that you wish to visit. The most important aspect of this, though, is the fact that it allows you to start planning and preparing your flights and your missions for FSX with impunities ease; looking for a way to start making FSX a bit easier to handle, a bit more accessible? Then this can be the way to go. I personally love software like this, as it makes everything simpler!
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