FSX Princess Juliana International Airport Scenery
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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- 3.15 MB
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Princess Juliana International Airport (TNCM) in Saint Marteen, Netherlands Antilles. Tested with WOAI, UGA and Alpha India AI packages. Features detailed gate positions and names, parking lights, GA parking and business jets parking. Runway numbers corrected. Adds new terminal, built with default buildings. by Giorgio Nicola.
Welcome to the new princess Juliana Airport (TNCM) in Saint Marteen for FSX. First of all I want to thanks Jim Dhaenens for the Light Objects Library: thankyou so much!
-Copy/paste the entire folder "TNCM" in your .../microsoft flight simulator x/addon scenery folder.
-Start fsx and activate the scenery in the option menu.
That's all! Enjoy.
-Gates and parking positions are taken from official charts.
-Added the new terminal.
Tested with WOAI, UGA and some alpha india AI packages.
Not tested with other scenery payware products, such as REX
Not tested with TRAFFIC X or other payware AI traffic package, but I'm sure it will work!
My work is based on google earth images, official charts and real photos. I used only objects from default libraries and from Jim Dhaenens Library.
The archive tncm_v1_0.zip has 26 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|
|TNCM v1.0||12.24.10||0 B|
|TNCM v1.0||12.23.10||0 B|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
I always find that as I do my world tours in FSX that I can find the overall level of detail across the board can be a bit lacking. Whilst this is always a bit dispiriting, I have always found comfort in the fact you can add in these brilliant scenery packages. For example, this remake of the brilliant Princess Juliana International – an airport I have visited in real-life actually! – is one of the finest I have come across.
When I try to relive my times pent in the Netherlands Antilles, I’ll usually try and find this scenery package. It really helps to make the airport looks as authentic as it should and the detail it brings to the table is just exceptional.
I’ve tested it out using numerous packages and formats to see just how well it holds up and I have to say it’s very impressive. From the detailed gate positions and the names to the scale and size of the buildings, this manages to capture the PJI Airport perfectly. Everything from the GA parking to the business jet parking looks spectacular, too!
The runway are all put together in the finest fashion possible, too, with runway numbers all now finally matching up. This was a big annoyance for me in the past so it was nice to put it all together in this fashion and see it all come together. Indeed, this also adds a new terminal to the airport that has been put together using the default buildings.
The detail and the style of the airport is spot on, and they’ve really captured the way that it should feel and look at all times. The corrected gates and taxiways was a big thing for me personally, as now I know exactly where I’m going at all times and don’t feel as if I’m getting lost at all. I’ve tested it out through numerous settings with lots of different aircraft and have to say that the overall level of consistency and quality shown throughout is just marvelous.
However, I’ve not tested this with any other AI packages like TRAFFIC X or anything like that, so I recommend that you try them out yourself to see what you think. What I did find was that the majority of the traffic felt natural here anyway so it might not be needed, but it seems to be a very compatible and easy to run with software package so I assume it will be OK!
I really do recommend that you give this a go if you want to see fresh and engaging new scenery in this airport. For example, the official charts and realistic photos all combine together spectacularly to put the whole thing together in as realistic as manner as possible. The only objects used throughout come from the massively reputed Jim Dhaenens Library so you know that the items will look outstanding and the whole thing will more or less mirror its real life counterpart, which is what we all wish to see!
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