FS2004 AFCAD2 File For St John's Int'l V2
An AFCAD2 file for St John's Int'l Airport (CYYT), Newfoundland, Canada, v2. This AFCAD2 is the final release for St John's Int'l Airport. New in this version is the application of the crosswind runway technique, meaning all runways can now be used simultaneously for take-offs and landings. Previ...
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An AFCAD2 file for St John's Int'l Airport (CYYT), Newfoundland, Canada, v2. This AFCAD2 is the final release for St John's Int'l Airport. New in this version is the application of the crosswind runway technique, meaning all runways can now be used simultaneously for take-offs and landings. Previous parking and taxiway layouts remain the same. Requires the freeware St John's Airport scenery by Craig Mosher (CYYT_V10.ZIP). This file has not been tested with the default scenery. By Lee Brompton.
What's new for Version 2?
The crosswind runway technique has been applied to the airport, meaning all runways can now be used for takeoff and landing at the same time!
Freeware St. John's Int'l scenery for FS2002 by Craig Mosher (cyyt_v10.zip). You will also need the following file (maritime.zip) which makes the FS2002 scenery work properly in FS2004. Thank You.
Of course if you already have these 2 files then your ready to go.
The archive lb_yytxw.zip has 6 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|About & Install.txt||03.08.05||2.43 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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