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  1. Yes, hardly any. I have flown the Kiev flight with Motor Sich. We will see if that comes back next summer. I would have also liked to try Lvov, but that was very short. With An-24 I have not flown yet...
  2. Wow. This is soo great to see. I've spent quite some time on the airport, real and virtual. Now I live away, but I still fly in and out several times in a year and it's really great seeing this come to fruit You even got the Il-18 in the museum in! for what it is worth I see very very little shortcomings that are maybe not even worth fixing, but if you want I will let you know P.S.: What about Uzhhorod airport? It's tiny, but I did have a flight from there and back in this year
  3. FWIW you can force-use 4k resolution textures by exporting them without mipmaps. It is a tradeoff though.
  4. Well, I just wonder how exactly you got that 738 to Noertrange... I suppose you had it trucked in on that road?
  5. 330 downloads

    This file includes repaints of all three Travel Service Slovakia Airbus A320s (lsd from SmartLynx), as they appeared in summer 2010 season. Made for Aerosoft Airbus X Extended.
  6. Version 30DEC12


    This file includes repaints of both Seagle Air Airbus A320s, made for Aerosoft Airbus X Extended.
  7. I would like to say that this is a very interesting question, and a one that I would also like to see the answer to. Also I would like to say that I consider ASN an interesting site, with good content, and I will try to make a point of it to visit it more. Although I have to admit I find the layout somewhat user unfriendly. Remaining on the topic of ASN, is it possible to submit content? We used to have a local "FS webzine" for lack of a better term, and it had a very nice article about free sceneries for FS2004 in CIS region. I might like to write something similar to this for FSX, and I think it might be a fit for ASN.
  8. I know I am not Aerosoft staff, but I would chime in on Chads question, I would put this to two parts, a) Precision of the modelling, incl. buildings and ground markings -This, basically, only differs based on how skilled is the modeller, and how good materials (photos, blueprints, etc) you have. It is very possible to make models, markings, etc. with tolerances in centimeters, provided you have basic information to build from (like original architectonic blueprints and such). Of course, that kind of information may be infinitely difficult to obtain... b ) Materials, build quality (4 feet thick concrete blocks, water drainage, sloping) -This is very limited by what FS can do. The engine in simulation simply can not distinguish between different materials, their quality and such (i.e. high-weight aircraft sinking into low-bearing asphalt), so that is impossible. As per sloping and drainage, I am also afraid that even if you did build your apron ground poly planes with this miniscule slope, it will not be discernible in FS. The simulator might even take the plane and align it horizontally with the earth model.
  9. Oh. With that in mind, I release my position to whomever.
  10. Freeware? That much more impressed. Stand by for my screenshot.
  11. Well I have to say I am very impressed with this Simaddons.... It is too bad I never heard of them. Anyway you are on approach to Rockcliffe and I will think of something tomorrow.
  12. pacinka the triangular runway arrangement is always a givaway. Although after almost 75 years, most of these airports have changed the layout so that you have to know what to notice - usually there is one main runway, that has been rebuilt, and maybe one side runway at 120deg angle, and one another closed at 240 deg angle. Often the taxiways are connected to runway at sharp angles. This kind of stuff. Anyway I am in dark as to what to look at at the markings. I was under impression, that this is just an alternate style that is allowed by the FAA and some other agencies. Now if they were yellow... edit: apparently I was wrong and they are typical of a certain specific aviation authority. But try and find an airport in that country... damn.
  13. Yeah, that is pretty obvious looking at the water on the right side. I want to say Canada or USA, so, hmm... Airport does show signs of being a WW II era base, training maybe... hmm... neither of those that I checked so far fits.
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