FS2004 AFCAD2 File For Ft St John Airport

An AFCAD2 File for Fort Saint John Airport (CYXJ), British Columbia, Canada. This AFCAD2 completely reconfigures the default airport with more apron space, new taxiways, runway lighting, assigned gates and GA parking. A tower frequency and a tower view have also been added. Airline gate allocatio...

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Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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lb_cyxj.zip
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An AFCAD2 File for Fort Saint John Airport (CYXJ), British Columbia, Canada. This AFCAD2 completely reconfigures the default airport with more apron space, new taxiways, runway lighting, assigned gates and GA parking. A tower frequency and a tower view have also been added. Airline gate allocations are included, based on published airline schedules. This file is for the default FS2004 scenery. By Lee Brompton.

Overview of Fort Saint John Airport.

Overview of Fort Saint John Airport.

Airlines Serving: Air Canada Jazz, Central Mountain Air, Hawk Air, Peace Air.

Based on the info I have, I am not aware of any other carriers that serve this airport. If you know any differently, feel free to change the gate allocations to more of your liking.

Installation of the AFCAD2:

To install, simply place the file 'AF2_CYXJ' into your 'Flight Simulator 9\Addon Scenery\Scenery' folder.

The archive lb_cyxj.zip has 7 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
File_id.diz01.02.05456 B
About & Install.txt01.03.051.59 kB
parking01.03.050 B
AF2_CYXJ.bgl01.03.055.96 kB
CYXJ.bmp01.03.051.02 MB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B
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Robert DaddarioWed, 19 Jul 2023 13:15:46 GMT

You guys have always been great. Every time things were created for the sim by others Microsoft made sure it would not work in the next release. This is true for FSX and there was no way my 2004 flight sim was going to be discarded, instead... I uninstalled FSX and kept Flight Simulator 2004 with hundreds of improvements. Again thanks for all your contributions!

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