FSX Sky Harbor Airport Scenery
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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- Free (Freeware)
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Sky Harbor Airport (KDYT), Duluth, Minnesota (MN). An improved version with adjusted aprons and taxiways, replaced buildings, more AI parking, added static vehicles and more. By Jim Cook.
Sky Harbor Airport Scenery.
Here is an improved version of the stock Sky Harbor Airport. I adjusted and added aprons, and taxiways to more closely match real life. I replaced default buildings and added additional buildings. I added more AI parking, static vehicles, aircraft, lightpoles, fences and other filler objects. I added a ramp for amphibious planes and docks for seaplanes. There are both land and water runways here.
This is a really interesting airport, located on a sliver of land in Lake Superior. If you're not using Ultimate Terrain X the objects going into the water may not be placed correctly.
I use Ultimate Terrain and FSGenesis landclass but they are not required. All objects are stock FSX so no additional object libraries are needed. Updates made using AirNav diagrams and Google Earth to be as accurate as possible. All work done with Flight 1's AFX program and Instant Scenery.
Extract the two files KDYT_AFX_JC.bgl and KDYT_JC.bgl into your Addon Scenery/Scenery folder, re-start FSX and enjoy.
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