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Vagar Airport Released For FS2004/FSX

Posted on Mon, 01 Oct 2007 06:26:15 GMT
Aero Files is pleased to present to you the new release of Vagar Airport for FSX and FS2004. Vagar Airport is a photoreal scenery of the airport in the Faroe islands.

The history of this small airport is unique and so is the program itself:

Vagar Airport was originally a military installation, built during World War II. In the early 1960's the need and popular demand in the Faroes for civil aviation grew to the point of making a modernization of the runway a necessity to facilitate passenger traffic.

1st July 1963 Vagar Airport became operational for civil aviation and the first carrier landed on the 17th July 1963. During the early years only propeller aircraft were implemented. Since 1977 jet aircraft too have serviced the routes to the airport. Since 1963, when regular civil aviation began, continuous changes and improvements have been undertaken as to keep the airport abreast of aviation developments. Consequently today you may use a modern and advanced airport when traveling to and from the Faroes.

From 1963 Danish Civil Aviation Administration has operated the airport. Vagar Airport is made for short distant airplanes such like the BAe 146-200, B737-400, Socata Trinidad TB20, Socata TMB700, Saab 2000 and now the Airbus A319 which came as a test flight direct from the Airbus factory.

Many pilots use Vagar Airport when they fly from: England, Norway, Denmark to Iceland or Greenland, etc. for private flights. Atlantic Airways and Faeroe Jet are the commercial airlines of Vagar Airport. The destinations for Atlantic Airways and Faeroe Jet from Vagar is: Billund (DK) Copenhagen (DK) Aalborg (DK) Reykjavik (IS) Stavanger (NO) and others.

Mearsk Air is a old friend of Vagar Airport but has now been sold to Iceland. If you like airports with short runways, this airport is the right one for you. The runway is 4089 feet long, and has a elevation of 280.0 feet above sea level. This product will make you long for short runways, complex approaches and moderate weather. For this price you can't afford to leave it.

Product Features:

  • High quality photoreal textures for all buildings and objects
  • AI traffic (Atlantic Airways, Faroe Jet)
  • New AFCAD file to match the real airport
  • Add-on mesh compatible
  • FSX and FS2004 compatible
  • Passengers at the airport
  • Airport vehicles
  • High 3D details
  • Created with 12,000+ poly points
  • Created with 400+ parts
  • Created with 600+ textures
  • 11 high quality photoreal buildings
  • Ground objects
  • Animations
  • Airport located at an country with 18 islands
  • Free updates for the FSX and FS2004 version (if any)
  • Photoreal terminal
  • Photoreal hangar
  • Photoreal tower
  • Photoreal SLV building
  • Photoreal offshore terminal
  • New AFCAD file for EKVG
  • Fast loading progress

System Requirements:

  • FS version: FSX or FS2004
  • Installation: Setup & follow instructions
  • Download file size: 65 MB
  • Hard Drive Space: 82 MB (each version)
  • Video Card: 256 MB (512 MB recommended)
  • DirectX 9.0 (DirectX 10 recommended once ready)
  • Processor: 1.500 GHz (2.400 GHz recommended)
  • Windows: XP and Vista 2 GB RAM (2.5 GB RAM recommended)
  • 98/ME 64 MB RAM (1.5 GB RAM recommended)

Vagar Airport is made with high quality photoreal images and is as real as the real airport.

Several months have gone into making this airport as real as it gets.

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Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens is a flight simulation industry expert with over 20 years of experience and also has a keen interest in aviation and technology.  Ian spends a lot of his time experimenting with various simulator packages but has a love for Microsoft Flight Simulator X because of the huge selection of add-ons available.  However, Ian also has copies of Prepar3D and X-Plane installed. 

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