FSX Tokol Airport Scenery

PreviewTokol Airport (LHTL), south of Budapest, Hungary. Tokol was a military airfield and is now still operational as a general aviation field. The files included in this download "reactivate" Tokol as a military field with parking for military aircraft on the ramps and in numerous harded shelters as w...

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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tokol_lh.zip
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Tokol Airport (LHTL), south of Budapest, Hungary. Tokol was a military airfield and is now still operational as a general aviation field. The files included in this download "reactivate" Tokol as a military field with parking for military aircraft on the ramps and in numerous harded shelters as well as GA parking. Also includes many added scenery elements and improved landclass for the surrounding area. By Paul Strogen.

Tokol Airport Scenery.

Tokol Airport Scenery.

OVERVIEW:

The enclosed file contains several BGL's which enhance the default FSX airport, Tokol (LHTL), which is located in Hungary just south of Budapest Ferihegy. Tokol was a military airfield and is now still operational as a general aviation field.

The files included in this download "reactivate" Tokol as a military field with parking for military aircraft on the ramps and in numerous harded shelters as well as parking for general aviation aircraft. I use this airport for Mig-15,17,19 and 21 AI aircraft in my virtual world.

I have added many scenery elements and enhanced the landclass surrounding the airport. I would like to thank the developers of Airport Design Editor (ADE), SBuilderX, FSXPlanner and Whisplacer for their tools which I used in creating the enhancements to Tokol.

I would also like to thank Jiri Masnik for the permission to use his hardened shelters that I obtained from various downloads.

This scenery is for FSX only and has only been tested with FSX-Acceleraton\SP2 on a WinXP Pro system. The scenery uses default FSX library objects, autogen and some RWY12 objects as well as the custom hardened shelters of Jiri Masnik.

The landclass additions were done with Cloud9 XCLEU and the 38M European mesh by Raimondo Taburet and J. De Ferranti installed but should work fine with the default FSX terrain.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:

To install this scenery simply unzip file "LHTL_Tokol.zip" to any convenient place. Then copy the folder "LHTL_Tokol" and the included "scenery" and "texture" folders to your FSX "Addon Scenery" folder. Use the FSX Scenery Library "Add Area" menu to activate this scenery.

This scenery is entirely FREEWARE.
It may not be distributed on the Internet for fees.

Installing this file on your computer should not cause any adverse effects.
In the event that a problem does arise however, the author shall not be held responsible.

I hope you enjoy the fruit of my labor.

Paul Strogen aka Gypsy Baron

Tokol Airport Scenery.

Tokol Airport Scenery.

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The archive tokol_lh.zip has 10 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
LHTL_Enhanced.jpg01.28.08216.94 kB
LHTL_overhead.jpg01.28.08139.07 kB
LHTL_Stock.jpg01.28.08232.32 kB
Tokol_3.jpg01.24.08198.13 kB
Tokol_4.jpg01.24.08149.09 kB
Tokol_5.jpg01.24.08227.49 kB
LHTL_Tokol.zip02.02.08857.70 kB
Readme.txt02.02.082.32 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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