FSX SEAFSX Scenery
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SEAFSX (KSEA) is an improvement to the default Seattle-Tacoma Washington (WA) (SeaTac) airport that includes the new third runway. The artificial plateau that the airport is built on has been expanded, the third runway added, several objects added, relocated or removed and appropriate ground textures and landclass for the airport and immediate area added. By Al Wheeler.
There are a few requirements and recommendations for the best display of this scenery (See Notes below).
Mesh Resolution slider setting: 38m (Important)
Mesh Complexity slider: 70 (recommended)
Scenery complexity: Extremely dense (to see all airport terminal structures)
Autogen density: Dense (recommended)
Road Vehicles: 20 (Looks typical)
FILES INCLUDED in SEAFSX.ZIP:
Readme.DOC DOC format description
Readme.TXT TXT format description
File_ID.DIZ Short description
SEAFSX.GIF SeaTac Thumbnail pic
License.TXT Conditions of use
SeaTac.JPG SeaTac Airport pic
SEAFSX\SCENERY AFX_KSEA_AW.BGL (AFCAD FILE)
CVX_SeaTacTex.BGL (Textures, Roads, Etc.)
KSEAOBJ.BGL (DASR, GATES, Etc.)
RADAR.BGL (ASR RADAR library)
SEAAWLIB.BGL (DASR support Etc. library)
SEABCN.BGL (Moves airport beacon to old tower)
SEATACLC.BGL (Area landclass)
This scenery is freeware and may be freely circulated except for profit.
1) Unzip all the files from SEAFSX.ZIP into a temporary directory. Be sure to allow extraction of pathnames (directories). You will see that a directory SEAFSX has been created in the temporary directory with two subdirectories SCENERY and TEXTURE.
2) Open Windows Explorer and drag the SEAFSX directory into your FSX\ADDON SCENERY directory.
3) Start FSX and from the World, Scenery Library screen select Add Area and add the SEAFSX scenery.
The mesh slider must be set to 38m for this scenery to look right. This is necessary because of the complexity of terrain adjustments required around the borders of the artificial plateau that SeaTac is built on. Higher mesh settings will cause the banks to be too steep and misplaced around the airport periphery; lower will flatten the banks.
I recommend using extremely dense for scenery complexity since lower settings cause the removal of several airport structures especially in the air cargo area to the North that I consider necessary for decent realism.
I designed this scenery with no enhancements to FSX SP1 except for Genesis Mesh and Landclass. It will display correctly with or without the Genesis software.
SEATAC ILS FREQUENCIES:
Rwy Type Ident Freq Hdg Name
16R LOC+GP+DME ICJL 110.75 180.3 ILS/DME 16R (New 3rd runway)
34L LOC+GP+DME IBEJ 110.75 0.3 ILS/DME 34L (New 3rd runway)
16C LOC+GP+DME ISZI 111.70 180.3 CAT III ILS/DME 16C
34C LOC+GP+DME ITUC 111.70 0.3 ILS/DME 34C
16L LOC+GP+DME ISNQ 110.30 180.3 ILS/DME 16L
34R LOC+GP+DME ISEA 110.30 0.3 ILS/DME 34R
This scenery was constructed using:
The ASR9 animated radar by Jim Dhaenens.
SBuilderX V3.10 by Luis Sa
FS Design Studio V3.5.1 by Abacus.
AFX 1.06 and Instant Scenery by Flight One
Library Creator XML 1.2.22 by Arno Gerretsen
NewBGLAnalyze V1 by Winfried Orthmann
EZ-Landclass V3.01 by Russel Dirks
FSX SDK and Virtual Earth by Microsoft
Manifold Toolbar by Manifold.net
Chainlink gate textures by Michael Rodriquez
The archive seafsx.zip has 21 files and directories contained within it.
This list displays the first 500 files in the package. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them.
|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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