Fly Away Simulation

FS2004 Swaziland AFCAD2

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Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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This file will add a bit more parking to Matsapha Intl at Manzini in Swaziland. This is the main airport of this small southern African country, which is located within the borders of South Africa and Mozambique. The airport is not very big, but it deals with some AI in FS2004, particularly South African aircraft. By Leo Pardon.

This is for use with AFCAD 2.04 by Lee Swordy and is for FS2004 ONLY, it is intended for use with the default scenery and I can not guarantee that it will work properly with addon scenery. This is not intended to be an accurate representation of the taxiing/parking layout at this airport, however it adds more parking spaces/gates etc. This is useful if you're like me and are AI crazy and have a massive volume of AI traffic using your airports! My intention is to produce AFCAD files for less well-known airports, as many of these are often overlooked by developers.


Simply unzip the .bgl/.bgl's to Addon Scenery/scenery directory. If FS9 was already running you will have to restart it for the changes to become effective.

The archive has 6 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
FILE_ID.DIZ.txt11.06.03129 B
Readme.txt11.06.031.78 kB
AF2_FDMS.bgl11.06.032.43 kB
Swaziland11.06.030 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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