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Worldsceneries Releases Haneda Scenery

Last updated Mon, 16 Jul 2012 11:36:33 GMT
Originally posted on Mon, 29 Sep 2003 22:25:46 GMT

Now available for purchase from Worldsceneries is their flightsim version of Haneda Int'l Airport in Japan. The scenery works with both FS2004 and FS2002. For more information, click on Read More.

Haneda International Airport is a classic place for the real aviation. During many years, Haneda was the final destination for many adventures. Have you ever tried flying overseas? Haneda is now available for you in the most detailed way. Get your favorite plane and fly over one of the most glamour airports around the world.

Haneda is the oldest airport of Japanese Capital and received its present name in 1945. Over the year the airport has been drastically extended, with more runways and installations. In 1965 a new runway was added parallel to the existing runway, and the old runway became the parallel taxiway. The JAMCO hangars in the distance also became JAL.

Haneda airport is Japan's largest domestic hub airport, with flights to 49 destinations within Japan. Haneda Airport is located 15 km from central Tokyo.

The scenery of Tokyo Haneda International Airport includes jet ways, tow trucks, catering trucks, buses, follow me car, stairs for domestic flights, light poles and many more. With 59 million passengers travelling per year can Haneda have the highest fees in all of Asia?

Haneda will be met with only a handful of different airlines - the most important ones are All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines, Air Do and Skymark Airlines. The Boeing 747 of Japan's government is stationed at Haneda, since 1985.

The design of the buildings in Haneda is undoubtedly built in class; in addition they are beautiful and clear textures. Certainly the highlight of the scenery would be the runway lights, which protrudes into the sea. This view is really excellent and very rarely found in many airports. Haneda is implemented with very beautiful runway lightings and is such a treat to the eyes. The transitions of light look very realistic and beautiful.

The Haneda Sky Arch marks the symbol of the airport. The scenery also includes a factory complex with smoking chimneys. Tokyo’s international airport is a fantastic rendition in the classic era: Haneda. The installation program deposits all files and folders into position for use by FSX, and the scenery is pre-activated. When users go to the FSX Scenery menu, they will find this scenery already activated and ready to use. This scenery will work on all different version of flight simulator.

Kindly regards,

Bruno Amaral

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Ian Stephens

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