FS2004 AFCAD2 File For Oodnadatta
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Oodnadatta (YOOD) for the default version of this South Australia airport, with the original "invisible" runways replaced by visible gravel ones. By John Lawler.
The AFCAD2 file in this package was created using Lee Swordy's "AFCAD Version 2.21 for FS2004".
The default FS9 scenery for YOOD has invisible runways which I have replaced with (visible) gravel ones. I have no evidence for the use of gravel on these runways, but I understand them to be unsealed, which would rule out anything harder.
The apron and taxiways of the real-life airport were graveled during 2001/2, and I have incorporated this.
I have also added a few parking spaces, and some lighting to rwy 04/22 and the apron for the benefit of the flying doctor's night-calls. (This bit is also conjectural).
- Exit from FS9.
- Unzip the AF2_YOOD.bgl file into your Flight Simulator 9\Addon Scenery\Scenery folder.
- If you use FSNavigator, run FSNavDBC.
- Start up FS9.
The archive yoodjl10.zip has 6 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Description and Installation.txt||11.06.04||1.56 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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