FSX Ermelo Airport Scenery
Ermelo Airport (FAEO), South Africa is a delightfully cool, high-lying town on the eastern highveld of Mpumalanga District of South Africa. Because of its geographical situation on the eastern border of the jutting out position of Swaziland, it is a popular refueling airfield for smaller aircraft...
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Ermelo Airport (FAEO), South Africa is a delightfully cool, high-lying town on the eastern highveld of Mpumalanga District of South Africa. Because of its geographical situation on the eastern border of the jutting out position of Swaziland, it is a popular refueling airfield for smaller aircraft, when not flying through the airspace of Swaziland from the NE of Limpopo Province to the SE of Kwazulu Natal or back. An airfield that is very often covered in morning fog during the months from February to May, where pilots have to keep a wary eye open for unforeseen objects appearing suddenly through the windscreen. A photorealistic attempt of the airport was made by the team and the result was quite an accurate replica on the true footprints of the actual buildings. By Aeroworx, Hannes Steyn, Martin du Preez.
Ermelo Airport Scenery.
1. This scenery will work best with the Aeroworx mesh (FSXMesh0604 Part 1 to 4 and FSXMESH0704 Part 1 to 3). The level of the many dams and other vector data has been fine tuned to the elevations as in the Aeroworx FSX Mesh. If you use the default or any other meshes, you may find the level of the resorts to be sunken into the ground or sitting on elevated surfaces.
2. We have withdrawn our Aeroworx Version 1 mesh and Version 2 that is compiled with the latest compilers (FSXMesh0604_Part1.zip).
Please run your scenery at a 1m resolution.
1. Unzip the file “fsxWorx09.zip” to a temp directory. We strongly suggest that you create a directory for keeping the future Aeroworx FSX download scenery files.
2. Double click the “fsxWorx09.exe” file and the auto installer will start. The installer will get your FSX install path from the registry, just follow the simple instructions.
3. The installer will create two directories in your FSX main Scenery folder and will be called “SASceneryFSX” and “AeroworxLC”. The current and future scenery will be copied to these folders.
4. You may also install the file to a temp directory. You will then be able to see the directory structure. Then copy the files over to the proper directories in FSX. DO NOT place our files in your own directories, future updates will only look for the files where the installer installed them to.
5. If this is your first installation of Aeroworx Scenery, Start FSX and go to the "Scenery Library", "Add Area" and then point to this newly created directory, “SASceneryFSX”. Also add the “AeroworxLC” directory. Click on "OK" and then close FS. Restart FS again and the scenery should be activated.
This scenery was created using:
Microsoft Scenery SDK SP2
Scenery Builder - Luis Sá
Airport Design Editor - ScruffyDuck Software
Various scanning and digitising programs.
The following persons must be thanked for designing this airport.
Martin du Preez
Johan van Wyk
The archive fsxwrx09.zip has 8 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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