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Napulevola Group Releases Naples Scenery

Last updated Wed, 18 Jul 2012 13:56:24 GMT
Originally posted on Thu, 19 Feb 2004 17:58:23 GMT

Now available for download at the Napulevola Group web site is their new FS2004 scenery of Naples Capodichino Airport in Italy. For more information, click on Read More.

Napulevola Group of Italy reports the new Naples Capodichino Airport is completely redrawn and optimized. Our airport is made with Gmax and is compatible only with Flight Simulator 2004. You will certainly appreciate the new elements of it, the greater fluidity and smaller application of resources.

In 1910 Naples Capodichino Airport piloted the first flight exhibitions in Naples. The Capodichino airport was used by the U.S Army Air Forces widely during the Italian Campaign throughout the Second World War II. Naples Capodichino Airport was a military air base during the Classical Era and the Second World War.

Naples is the capital of southern Italy's Campaign area and boasts a spectacular waterfront setting, being curved around a large bay. In the distance, Mount Vesuvius offers a particularly well-known framework. The airport was initially termed after the Italian aviator Campo di Marte. It was used as a hub for transportation of aircraft and soldiers. It activated its profitable operations in the year 1950. Capodichino Airport (NAP) lies on the northern side of Naples, within the Capodichino district, and is close to the city's many attractions.

Around 4 miles from Central Naples and within the city's suburbs of Capodichino, Naples International Airport (NAP) is surrounded by several cities such as Casoria, Milano, Arzano etc. Mount Vesuvius delivers an extensively familiar backdrop. The airport is functioned by GE.S.A.C. a corporation partly preserved by the British airport company BAA. It's well systematized and linked to the Center of the City with public conveyance.

The airport Capodichino possesses two terminal buildings specifically Terminal 1 used for departing travellers, Terminal 1 regenerated after an extension in January 2010 with enhanced information and ticketing counters, departure lounges, shopping arcade etc. It has 56 check-in at Terminal 2, situated away from the airfield, and is used for contract operations. Terminal 2 was released in 1995. A fuel depot was built under the expansion plan as well as an innovative investigation system. .The terminal's car pack offer space for 1,252 automobiles. The airport has a 2,628m-long and 45m-wide runway. The airport is totally redrawn to realistically reproduce the real one and a new photoreal representation of the city is included as well.

Available for free download in the section sceneries on:

www.napulevola.it

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