FSX Majuro Atoll Scenery

PreviewMajuro Atoll. This is a scenery for Majuro Atoll (PKMJ), Marshall Islands. It will add some people, baggage, vehicles etc. Please also download the AFCAD from Chris Peschke (TFSAIRMARSHALLISLANDSDH8200.ZIP).

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Majuro Atoll. This is a scenery for Majuro Atoll (PKMJ), Marshall Islands. It will add some people, baggage, vehicles etc. Please also download the AFCAD from Chris Peschke (TFSAIRMARSHALLISLANDSDH8200.ZIP).

Aerial shot of Majuro Atoll Scenery.

Aerial shot of Majuro Atoll Scenery.

Marshall Islands International Airport (IATA: MAJ, ICAO: PKMJ, FAA LID: MAJ), also known as Amata Kabua International Airport, is an airport located in Majuro, the capital of the Republic of the Marshall Islands. The airport was built sometime after World War II (1943) and replaced an earlier coral-surfaced airstrip at Dalop Island (eastern end of Majuro Island) built by the occupying Japanese (and their prisoners) in 1942.

A series of single floor structures (small hangars) makeup the airport terminal. No physical structures existed at the airport prior to the 1970s. The current terminal structure and modern runway/apron were built in 1971. Passengers from flights arriving at the airport use stairs to exit aircraft and walk to the terminal.

The airport is capable of handling all propeller driven aircraft, turboprop, business jets and small to mid size jet aircraft (e.g., Boeing 737, Boeing 727), but it can handle Boeing 767.

The Republic of Marshall Islands Ports Authority (RMI Port Authority) replaced the Marshall Islands Airports Authority in managing the airport in 2003 under RMI Port Authority Act.

Airport improvements:
Sea walls have been added to prevent the sea from reclaiming the infill used to create the airport.

Beginning in 2007, airport improvement projects have replaced the runway surfaces. The apron was rebuilt to better handle aircraft and the runway repaved with new markings. Upgrades to the airport were completed in 2009.

Two new airport fire tenders from the FAA were added to existing 3 tender fleet as part of the airport improvement projects in 2007.

Air Marshall Islands. Continental Airlines operated by Continental Micronesia. Japan Airlines also operates occasional chartered flights to Majuro for scuba tours.

No accidents have been reported at the airport and only two incidents involving aircraft originating from the airport:

- March 11, 2001 - Express One Boeing 727 lands short of the runway at Pohnpei Airport. Aircraft originated from Marshall Island International Airport.

- December 2, 1994 - Trans Island Air Britten-Norman BN-2B-2 Islander crash lands 320 km from Majuro. The aircraft had taken off from Marshall Island International Airport. There were no fatalities

Put the file, they are in the folder scenery, in C:/program files/Microsoft Games/Flight Simulator X/Addon Scenery/Scenery. Start FSX. Marshall Islands/Majuro Atoll. FSX will load... and you will see the scenery.

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The archive majuroatollfsx.zip has 10 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
Majuro01.04.110 B
FILE_ID.diz12.22.10435 B
installation.txt01.04.11221 B
readme.txt01.04.112.45 kB
SatellitePic_Majuro.jpg12.27.1052.17 kB
Scenery01.04.110 B
AFX_PKMJ.bgl08.04.104.96 kB
Majuro.bgl01.04.112.53 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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