FS2004 AFCAD2 File For FAJS
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FAJS, Johannesburg International Airport, South Africa. Upgrades the stock airport to provide parking for 14 heavy, 7 medium and 21 small gates with 29 general aviation of all types. Gate numbering is taken from South African CAA information. Gates A, B and C are essentially correct with parking fitting in as best possible with FS2004, while Gates D, the cargo area is used for overflow parking. By V.F. Holderness.
South Africa's largest airport, with links to countries all over the world and the major hub of domestic links within the country. Hot (in summer) and high, it is an IFR only airport.
The file fajs4vfh.txt upgrades the stock airport to provide parking for 14 heavy, 7 medium and 21 small gates with 29 general aviation of all types. Gate numbering is taken from South African CAA information. Gates A, B and C are essentially correct with parking fitting in as best possible with FS2004, while Gates D, the cargo area is used for overflow parking. The apron opposite the terminal is too small in FS2004, I have added space for parking B1 to B13. Aircraft from B1 to B5 are facing the west, while from B6 to B13 face east according to the airport diagram.
If you check the Tool menu, Fault Finder, you will see errors "nodes possibly unconnected" and "isolated segment" This is because I have used a taxiway link to create the parking surface for B1 to B13. Do not delete this, if you do the aircraft will park on grass!
Runways: The Control Tower has been positioned in the correct place. Runways properties have been altered to use 3L and 21R for take off, and 3R and 21L for landing. I have read that ATC ignores these settings, but it seemed to work here.
Airline parking: Priority has not been given for specific airline parking. I prefer standard airports with standard parking to provide a full basic layout, as every user has a different selection of aircraft and airlines. FAJS does not have dedicated dedicated parking in any case. Feel free to add your own airline parking and priorities, or modify this file in any way.
Installation: You must have AFCAD 204 installed. Just move the unzipped file fajs4vfh.bgl into your FS2004 file Addon Scenery\scenery and when next you load FS2004 the new parking will be installed. If you don't like it, just delete it and the original file will be activated at the next load.
Thanks as always to Lee Swordy for his great AFCAD and Ttools programs. The latest Traffic tools for FS2004, version 202, has been available from 16 August 2003, with the new AFCAD 204 for FS2004 from end October 2003.
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