FSX Bengaluru International Scenery
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Bengaluru International Airport, Bangalore (VOBL), India. This new airport was opened for commercial traffic on 23/05/2008. It replaces the old HAL Bangalore Airport (VOBG) which has been closed down. By Sanjay Dutt.
Bengaluru International Airport, Bangalore (VOBL), India. FOR FSX
This new airport was opened for commercial traffic on 23/05/2008. It replaces the old HAL Bangalore Airport (VOBG) which has been closed down.
VOBL NAVAID DATA
RWY 9 ILS is IBAN (109.3MHz), heading 90 degrees true. RWY 27 ILS is IDEV (108.3MHz), heading 270 degrees true.
VOR/DME is BIA. Frequency is 112.3MHZ.
VOBL COMMUNICATION FREQUENCIES
Ground - 121.65 MHz
Tower - 124.35 MHz
Approach - 121.25 MHz
ATIS - 128.675 MHz
The file VOBL_09_27_SD.BGL should be copied to the "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator X\Addon Scenery\scenery" folder, not to the 'scenery' folder under VOBL. This file includes ILS approach data for VOBL in the FS GPS and for AI aircraft.
1. Unzip the archive into your "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator X\Addon Scenery" folder.
2. A new folder named VOBL will be created with sub-folders named 'scenery' & 'texture'. The BGL files (14 in number) should be in the scenery folder. The Texture folder should contain 11 files.
3. Start FS and add this scenery area in the scenery library. Ensure it has the 'tick' mark showing it is active.
4. Re-start FS, go to VOBL, and enjoy.
The scenery has been made using the following tools:
Airport Facilitator X v1.04, an excellent commercial program, for the basic AFCAD file and taxiway signs.
SBuilder, a freeware program, for various VTP2 polygons, flattens.
Library Object Manager & Scenery Maker, a freeware package, for object placement.
I have tried to be as accurate as possible in the placement of the ARP, runway, taxiways, and various Navigation aids in the AFCAD file. Data used is from AIP Supplements issued by Airports Authority of India.
As no other picture/photograph was available to me, I have created a terminal building from FS9 default terminal buildings. The Control Tower is also something taken from the stock objects shipped with FS9, though I have tried to be accurate in its placement.
All other buildings & objects are either from FS9 or from freely distributable sources.
A thank you to all authors of the libraries used in this scenery.
WARNING NOTE: If you open & save AFX_VOBL_FSX.BGL in Lee Swordy's AFCAD, the taxiway signs will disappear. You have been warned!
THIS IS FREEWARE AND CAN BE DISTRIBUTED FREELY.
USE THIS SOFTWARE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
THE AUTHOR TAKES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED TO YOUR COMPUTER BY USE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
Your comments & feedback are welcome.
The archive vobl_fsx.zip has 33 files and directories contained within it.
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|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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