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  1. File Name: KOLM - Olympia Regional Airport File Submitter: LowTransition File Submitted: 07 Oct 2013 File Category: DSF Scenery Packages X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 10 About KOLM KOLM Olympia Regional is a general aviation airport located along the I-5 corridor just south of Washington’s capital. It is a public use facility owned by the Port of Olympia. KOLM offers two paved asphalt runways, an instrument landing system (ILS), the Olympia VOR nav aid, 100LL and Jet-A fuel services, flight schools, oxygen, hangars, tiedowns, and aircraft maintenance facilities. KOLM is also home to the Washington State Patrol’s aviation division and the Olympic Flight Museum. The museum puts on an annual air show offering numerous civil and military static displays, aerobatic and warbird flight demonstrations and usually a US Military jet fighter or two. In 2009, Olympia Regional averaged 131 air operations per day, the vast majority of which were general aviation related. My Rendition KOLM was an airport I have wanted to build in WED ever since I got started in scenery building. It is much larger than all the others I have built thus far and I really wanted to save it until I had properly honed my design skills to do it justice. Having attended the annual, “Olympic Airshow,” here on several occasions, I was highly motivated to bring a good quality version of KOLM to XPlane. Well…here we are! Setting out in the design, I was very pleased to find that the default apt.dat for KOLM was already very well laid out with great lines and a majority of the taxi signs already accurately placed and labeled. Though it still required a significant amount of tweaking, having a good base to build on really made my life a lot easier from the start, helping the rest of the airport design fall into place. As is the case with all of my other airports, I have sought to make KOLM as accurately rendered as possible utilizing available resources. You’ll quickly notice that this scenery package includes several custom modeled building objects expertly designed by our own Brian Godwin, the designer of the excellent and hugely popular KDFW Dallas Ft. Worth project. While consulting with Brian regarding custom ATC routes, he generously offered to model several of the buildings for me. It really worked out well as I was able to provide my own photos for use in the textures as well as a, “boots on the ground,” perspective. The end result is a scenery package that is exponentially more accurate than I could have created on my own. Included in the download and packaged with the scenery are two separate ICAO’s, WN70 Northwest Helicopters, and 0WN4 Olympia Heliport. Northwest Helicopters in directly on site and didn’t really require much from me. Olympia Heliport, however, to the immediate southeast of KOLM, is modeled more plausibly, though it’s still a nice place to fly rotorcraft. KOLM features custom ATC routes and numerous custom buildings. I have also included some, “in hangar,” start locations to add to the immersion level so the user has the choice of making Olympia Regional their home field. Enjoy! Acknowledgements Thanks to the following for the big and small contributions made to this scenery: - Ben Supnik (creator of WED), none of this would be here without you! - Jacques Brault (creator of several buildings and objects used in this scenery) - The many contributors to OpensceneryX - walterblenny (horizontal fuel tanks and anemometer and wind vane objects) - Mr 3D and chris noe (Real Flag, Flags of the World, Flags of the USA states) - Aerospace (consultation) - Pierre Lavaux (consultation/testing) - Lightman (consultation/testing/encouragement) Special Thanks KOLM is really a joint project on so many levels. A very special thanks goes first and foremost to Brian Godwin for all your help bringing this project to life. Thanks for devoting so much of your time and energy to this, from 3D modeling to consultation, advice, and encouragement. I couldn’t have done it without you! Thanks also to tubakid2347 for the fantastic looking custom segmented circle object. Click here to download this file
  2. File Name: S31 Lopez Island Airport File Submitter: LowTransition File Submitted: 19 Jul 2013 File Category: DSF Scenery Packages X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 10 Welcome to Washington's beautiful San Juan Islands! Located smack dab between the Washington mainland and British Columbia's Vancouver Island, the San Juan's are a tourism hotspot, abounding in stunning natural beauty with some quaint island life sprinkled in. The San Juan's are a boater's and sea kayaker's paradise and whale watching is a major tourist draw to the islands with waterways teeming with several pods of resident Orca's (Killer Whales). It is also a poorly kept secret that the San Juan's offer the General Aviation pilot some truly awesome flying opportunities. With at least 20 airports to choose from, between seaplane bases, private airfields, and public use GA facilities, the San Juan Islands are calling your inner Cessna driver! Ditch the push button flying bus, jump into your favorite 100 knot airplane and prepare for some island hopping aviation at its best! S31 Lopez Island Airport is the third largest public use GA airfield in the San Juan's behind KFHR and KORS. If you don't have them already, Aerospace, has modeled Friday Harbor and Orcas Island airports beautifully and I highly recommend downloading them in addition to Lopez. The Privateer has also provided us with a couple of the smaller fields as part of his KNUW Naval Air Station Whidbey Island scenery package. In modeling S31 I have attempted to recreate the airport as faithfully as possible utilizing elements from the default WED 1.2 library, OpensceneryX, and several objects from our own Jacques Brault. I really enjoy modeling the runway to match its real world counterpart and, as always, strive to squeeze in as much realism as possible into my scenery packages. I have populated Fisherman's Bay to the north of the field with several boats and docks to give the scenery on a whole that extra measure of plausibility. According to my research, the airport was freshly paved early last summer (2012) and looks slightly different now than what was available to me for satellite imagery. It appears that the taxiway is now shaped slightly differently at both ends of the runway and the parking T's appear to have been placed differently on the ramp. My rendition, therefore, represents the, "old," version of the airport. I think we can live with it, though I will consider updating the file in the future when current imagery becomes available. Special thanks to the following: Ben Supnik, creator of WED, Brian Godwin, Aerospace, Jacques Brault, and Lightman, my personal beta tester! Click here to download this file
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    185 downloads

    About KOLM KOLM Olympia Regional is a general aviation airport located along the I-5 corridor just south of Washington’s capital. It is a public use facility owned by the Port of Olympia. KOLM offers two paved asphalt runways, an instrument landing system (ILS), the Olympia VOR nav aid, 100LL and Jet-A fuel services, flight schools, oxygen, hangars, tiedowns, and aircraft maintenance facilities. KOLM is also home to the Washington State Patrol’s aviation division and the Olympic Flight Museum. The museum puts on an annual air show offering numerous civil and military static displays, aerobatic and warbird flight demonstrations and usually a US Military jet fighter or two. In 2009, Olympia Regional averaged 131 air operations per day, the vast majority of which were general aviation related. My Rendition KOLM was an airport I have wanted to build in WED ever since I got started in scenery building. It is much larger than all the others I have built thus far and I really wanted to save it until I had properly honed my design skills to do it justice. Having attended the annual, “Olympic Airshow,” here on several occasions, I was highly motivated to bring a good quality version of KOLM to XPlane. Well…here we are! Setting out in the design, I was very pleased to find that the default apt.dat for KOLM was already very well laid out with great lines and a majority of the taxi signs already accurately placed and labeled. Though it still required a significant amount of tweaking, having a good base to build on really made my life a lot easier from the start, helping the rest of the airport design fall into place. As is the case with all of my other airports, I have sought to make KOLM as accurately rendered as possible utilizing available resources. You’ll quickly notice that this scenery package includes several custom modeled building objects expertly designed by our own Brian Godwin, the designer of the excellent and hugely popular KDFW Dallas Ft. Worth project. While consulting with Brian regarding custom ATC routes, he generously offered to model several of the buildings for me. It really worked out well as I was able to provide my own photos for use in the textures as well as a, “boots on the ground,” perspective. The end result is a scenery package that is exponentially more accurate than I could have created on my own. Included in the download and packaged with the scenery are two separate ICAO’s, WN70 Northwest Helicopters, and 0WN4 Olympia Heliport. Northwest Helicopters in directly on site and didn’t really require much from me. Olympia Heliport, however, to the immediate southeast of KOLM, is modeled more plausibly, though it’s still a nice place to fly rotorcraft. KOLM features custom ATC routes and numerous custom buildings. I have also included some, “in hangar,” start locations to add to the immersion level so the user has the choice of making Olympia Regional their home field. Enjoy! Acknowledgements Thanks to the following for the big and small contributions made to this scenery: - Ben Supnik (creator of WED), none of this would be here without you! - Jacques Brault (creator of several buildings and objects used in this scenery) - The many contributors to OpensceneryX - walterblenny (horizontal fuel tanks and anemometer and wind vane objects) - Mr 3D and chris noe (Real Flag, Flags of the World, Flags of the USA states) - Aerospace (consultation) - Pierre Lavaux (consultation/testing) - Lightman (consultation/testing/encouragement) Special Thanks KOLM is really a joint project on so many levels. A very special thanks goes first and foremost to Brian Godwin for all your help bringing this project to life. Thanks for devoting so much of your time and energy to this, from 3D modeling to consultation, advice, and encouragement. I couldn’t have done it without you! Thanks also to tubakid2347 for the fantastic looking custom segmented circle object.
  4. File Name: KIWI - Wiscasset Airport File Submitter: LowTransition File Submitted: 31 Jul 2013 File Category: DSF Scenery Packages X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 10 Located on the scenic Maine Coast, Wiscasset Airport is a lovely little General Aviation airport for your next jaunt over the Pine Tree State. I decided to build this airport after seeing a request for it from another user in the comments section for another one of my sceneries. I was delighted to find that the default apt.dat for KIWI was already very accurately laid out and only required minor fixes and adjustments on my part. The layout of the airport is accurate and current with buildings being the major plausible approximations. Thanks to the following: Ben Supnik, Brian Godwin, Jacques Brault (buildings and static aircraft), the many talented contributors to opensceneryx, Lightman, and Sakai7 for the great request! Note: Please be sure to have, "runways follow terrain contours," off. Otherwise you will have an extremely uneven surface for the eastern end of the ramp. Click here to download this file
  5. LowTransition

    KIWI - Wiscasset Airport

    Version

    56 downloads

    Located on the scenic Maine Coast, Wiscasset Airport is a lovely little General Aviation airport for your next jaunt over the Pine Tree State. I decided to build this airport after seeing a request for it from another user in the comments section for another one of my sceneries. I was delighted to find that the default apt.dat for KIWI was already very accurately laid out and only required minor fixes and adjustments on my part. The layout of the airport is accurate and current with buildings being the major plausible approximations. Thanks to the following: Ben Supnik, Brian Godwin, Jacques Brault (buildings and static aircraft), the many talented contributors to opensceneryx, Lightman, and Sakai7 for the great request! Note: Please be sure to have, "runways follow terrain contours," off. Otherwise you will have an extremely uneven surface for the eastern end of the ramp.
  6. File Name: KWVL Robert LaFleur Municipal Airport File Submitter: LowTransition File Submitted: 24 Jul 2013 File Category: DSF Scenery Packages X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 10 The one thing we as XPlane users have in common...the one thing that unites us and brings us together is our love for aviation. I imagine, for many of us, that each individual could recall a specific place, an airport like this perhaps, where that spark, that passion for flight was ignited. For me, this is that place. Back in the mid 70's my dad fueled DC-3's and Twin Otters (among other aircraft) at Robert LaFleur Municipal Airport to help him pay for his flight training. By the time I was a toddler, dad started taking me up in 172's and the rest is history! To say that I bear some familiarity and sentimentality to this small, unassuming GA airport would be an understatement, as I would continue to be my father's, "copilot," as the years passed by. In all actuality, there really isn't anything all that special about KWVL. The scenery isn't that spectacular in Central Maine, just woods and the nearby Belgrade Lakes, really. I suppose the most interesting thing about KWVL is the ILS for runway 5. Still, this place is special...for me at least, and I thought I would share my rendition of it with all of you. Runway 5/23 is the long one with ILS. At 5500 ft and with MALSF on the 5 end, executive flights here with business jets are not a problem. The crosswind runway, 14/32 at 2300 x 60 ft is a fun challenge and has recently been resurfaced and reopened after an extensive period of being closed due to poor upkeep. Since I don't do my own 3D modeling there are no custom buildings here to perfectly match their real world counterparts. Thus, this is a plausible representation of the field, though, I believe, it is as close as we can get with the resources available. I hope you enjoy KWVL. If nothing else, it will provide us with another place to fly in the great State of Maine! Note: This airport looks best with, "runways follow terrain contours," turned ON. Thanks to the following: Ben Supnik, Brian Godwin, Walter Blenny (for those GORGEOUS horizontal fuel tanks), Jacques Brault (hangars and static airplanes), and the talented contributors to OpensceneryX. Click here to download this file
  7. Version

    70 downloads

    The one thing we as XPlane users have in common...the one thing that unites us and brings us together is our love for aviation. I imagine, for many of us, that each individual could recall a specific place, an airport like this perhaps, where that spark, that passion for flight was ignited. For me, this is that place. Back in the mid 70's my dad fueled DC-3's and Twin Otters (among other aircraft) at Robert LaFleur Municipal Airport to help him pay for his flight training. By the time I was a toddler, dad started taking me up in 172's and the rest is history! To say that I bear some familiarity and sentimentality to this small, unassuming GA airport would be an understatement, as I would continue to be my father's, "copilot," as the years passed by. In all actuality, there really isn't anything all that special about KWVL. The scenery isn't that spectacular in Central Maine, just woods and the nearby Belgrade Lakes, really. I suppose the most interesting thing about KWVL is the ILS for runway 5. Still, this place is special...for me at least, and I thought I would share my rendition of it with all of you. Runway 5/23 is the long one with ILS. At 5500 ft and with MALSF on the 5 end, executive flights here with business jets are not a problem. The crosswind runway, 14/32 at 2300 x 60 ft is a fun challenge and has recently been resurfaced and reopened after an extensive period of being closed due to poor upkeep. Since I don't do my own 3D modeling there are no custom buildings here to perfectly match their real world counterparts. Thus, this is a plausible representation of the field, though, I believe, it is as close as we can get with the resources available. I hope you enjoy KWVL. If nothing else, it will provide us with another place to fly in the great State of Maine! Note: This airport looks best with, "runways follow terrain contours," turned ON. Thanks to the following: Ben Supnik, Brian Godwin, Walter Blenny (for those GORGEOUS horizontal fuel tanks), Jacques Brault (hangars and static airplanes), and the talented contributors to OpensceneryX.
  8. LowTransition

    S31 Lopez Island Airport

    Version

    128 downloads

    Welcome to Washington's beautiful San Juan Islands! Located smack dab between the Washington mainland and British Columbia's Vancouver Island, the San Juan's are a tourism hotspot, abounding in stunning natural beauty with some quaint island life sprinkled in. The San Juan's are a boater's and sea kayaker's paradise and whale watching is a major tourist draw to the islands with waterways teeming with several pods of resident Orca's (Killer Whales). It is also a poorly kept secret that the San Juan's offer the General Aviation pilot some truly awesome flying opportunities. With at least 20 airports to choose from, between seaplane bases, private airfields, and public use GA facilities, the San Juan Islands are calling your inner Cessna driver! Ditch the push button flying bus, jump into your favorite 100 knot airplane and prepare for some island hopping aviation at its best! S31 Lopez Island Airport is the third largest public use GA airfield in the San Juan's behind KFHR and KORS. If you don't have them already, Aerospace, has modeled Friday Harbor and Orcas Island airports beautifully and I highly recommend downloading them in addition to Lopez. The Privateer has also provided us with a couple of the smaller fields as part of his KNUW Naval Air Station Whidbey Island scenery package. In modeling S31 I have attempted to recreate the airport as faithfully as possible utilizing elements from the default WED 1.2 library, OpensceneryX, and several objects from our own Jacques Brault. I really enjoy modeling the runway to match its real world counterpart and, as always, strive to squeeze in as much realism as possible into my scenery packages. I have populated Fisherman's Bay to the north of the field with several boats and docks to give the scenery on a whole that extra measure of plausibility. According to my research, the airport was freshly paved early last summer (2012) and looks slightly different now than what was available to me for satellite imagery. It appears that the taxiway is now shaped slightly differently at both ends of the runway and the parking T's appear to have been placed differently on the ramp. My rendition, therefore, represents the, "old," version of the airport. I think we can live with it, though I will consider updating the file in the future when current imagery becomes available. Special thanks to the following: Ben Supnik, creator of WED, Brian Godwin, Aerospace, Jacques Brault, and Lightman, my personal beta tester!
  9. File Name: W04 Ocean Shores Municipal Airport File Submitter: LowTransition File Submitted: 09 Jul 2013 File Category: DSF Scenery Packages X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 10 Welcome to Ocean Shores, Washington! This is a real gem of a small GA airfield located in the greater Gray's Harbor Region. I highly recommend downloading my KHQM Bowerman Airport scenery package located here: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/481-khqm-bowerman-airport/ This will give you the large (relatively speaking) airport for the area while this one, W04 Ocean Shores, along with 14S Westport, really help to round out the region. It's really easy to bounce between all three airports doing touch and goes or just sight seeing. W04 Ocean Shores Municipal Airport features my, "custom," authentic runway and is closely modeled to the real thing. If you like my work this is another cute little GA field I'm sure you'll enjoy! Thanks as always to the following: Ben Supnik, Brian Godwin, Jacques Brault (for his wonderful hangar and airplane objects), the contributors to opensceneryx, Aerospace, and Lightman, my personal scenery beta tester! Click here to download this file
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    95 downloads

    Welcome to Ocean Shores, Washington! This is a real gem of a small GA airfield located in the greater Gray's Harbor Region. I highly recommend downloading my KHQM Bowerman Airport scenery package located here: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/481-khqm-bowerman-airport/ This will give you the large (relatively speaking) airport for the area while this one, W04 Ocean Shores, along with 14S Westport, really help to round out the region. It's really easy to bounce between all three airports doing touch and goes or just sight seeing. W04 Ocean Shores Municipal Airport features my, "custom," authentic runway and is closely modeled to the real thing. If you like my work this is another cute little GA field I'm sure you'll enjoy! Thanks as always to the following: Ben Supnik, Brian Godwin, Jacques Brault (for his wonderful hangar and airplane objects), the contributors to opensceneryx, Aerospace, and Lightman, my personal scenery beta tester!
  11. LowTransition

    DSF Scenery Packages - 14S Westport Airport

    File Name: 14S Westport Airport File Submitter: LowTransition File Submitted: 09 Jul 2013 File Category: DSF Scenery Packages X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 10 Welcome to scenic Westport, Washington! 14S is a very small but special GA field that I just had to include as a bonus scenery for my previous KHQM Bowerman Airport package. If you don't have it yet, I highly recommend getting KHQM here: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/481-khqm-bowerman-airport/ Since this airport is so small I thought I'd do a few extra things to liven things up and make it feel more like a living place rather than a runway with a few buildings plopped onto it. Thus, I have modeled the numbering and lines on the runway to very closely match the real one and have also modeled the nearby marina. The marina and airport buildings are by no means exact but serve to make things plausible and alive. Enjoy Westport! Thanks to the following people as always: Ben Supnik, Brian Godwin, Jacques Brault (for the buildings, assorted objects, and airplane objects), and the contributors of opensceneryx. Click here to download this file
  12. LowTransition

    14S Westport Airport

    Version

    85 downloads

    Welcome to scenic Westport, Washington! 14S is a very small but special GA field that I just had to include as a bonus scenery for my previous KHQM Bowerman Airport package. If you don't have it yet, I highly recommend getting KHQM here: http://forums.x-pilot.com/files/file/481-khqm-bowerman-airport/ Since this airport is so small I thought I'd do a few extra things to liven things up and make it feel more like a living place rather than a runway with a few buildings plopped onto it. Thus, I have modeled the numbering and lines on the runway to very closely match the real one and have also modeled the nearby marina. The marina and airport buildings are by no means exact but serve to make things plausible and alive. Enjoy Westport! Thanks to the following people as always: Ben Supnik, Brian Godwin, Jacques Brault (for the buildings, assorted objects, and airplane objects), and the contributors of opensceneryx.
  13. File Name: 3W5 Mears Field Airport File Submitter: LowTransition File Submitted: 23 Jun 2013 File Category: DSF Scenery Packages X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 10 Welcome to scenic Concrete, Washington and 3W5 Mears Field Airport. Formerly known as Concrete Municipal, Mears Field is a quiet, unassuming little airport nestled in the gorgeous Cascade Mountains. Mears Field is a completely unlit general aviation airport with a 2,609 x 60 ft runway and a 40 x 40 ft helipad. As I often like to do, I have provided a couple of hangar starts so you may make Concrete your home field if you wish. It would certainly be a lovely spot to hangar an airplane! When I initially started this project I really wanted to be careful to retain the small town character of this airport. I find it difficult to do this without making that runway look like the real one. I need to be honest here and say that the rubber skid marks on the default runways in XPlane sometimes annoy me, especially on a small GA field like this one. I mean, this is a tiny little airport, not LAX! So...through some experimentation and a little finesse in WED, combined with the assistance of a very talented fellow scenery designer (Aerospace), I was able to draw a custom runway with accurate numbers and lines, and get it pretty darn close to what the real one looks like. I was so happy with the results that I view the runway as the centerpiece to this little country airport. I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I do. Also...this is my very first airport built completely without OpenSceneryX resources. Most of the objects are either default or were created by our own very talented Jacques Brault. Thanks to the following: Ben Supnik (super genius creator of WED), Brian Godwin (scenery master), Jacques Brault (airplane/object artist), Aerospace (also a scenery master), and Lightman (discerning XPlane user and airplane reviewer). Thanks for the request, Lightman, this was definitely a good one! Click here to download this file
  14. LowTransition

    3W5 Mears Field Airport

    Version

    137 downloads

    Welcome to scenic Concrete, Washington and 3W5 Mears Field Airport. Formerly known as Concrete Municipal, Mears Field is a quiet, unassuming little airport nestled in the gorgeous Cascade Mountains. Mears Field is a completely unlit general aviation airport with a 2,609 x 60 ft runway and a 40 x 40 ft helipad. As I often like to do, I have provided a couple of hangar starts so you may make Concrete your home field if you wish. It would certainly be a lovely spot to hangar an airplane! When I initially started this project I really wanted to be careful to retain the small town character of this airport. I find it difficult to do this without making that runway look like the real one. I need to be honest here and say that the rubber skid marks on the default runways in XPlane sometimes annoy me, especially on a small GA field like this one. I mean, this is a tiny little airport, not LAX! So...through some experimentation and a little finesse in WED, combined with the assistance of a very talented fellow scenery designer (Aerospace), I was able to draw a custom runway with accurate numbers and lines, and get it pretty darn close to what the real one looks like. I was so happy with the results that I view the runway as the centerpiece to this little country airport. I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I do. Also...this is my very first airport built completely without OpenSceneryX resources. Most of the objects are either default or were created by our own very talented Jacques Brault. Thanks to the following: Ben Supnik (super genius creator of WED), Brian Godwin (scenery master), Jacques Brault (airplane/object artist), Aerospace (also a scenery master), and Lightman (discerning XPlane user and airplane reviewer). Thanks for the request, Lightman, this was definitely a good one!
  15. File Name: KMLT - Millinocket Municipal Airport File Submitter: LowTransition File Submitted: 31 May 2013 File Category: DSF Scenery Packages X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 10 Welcome to KMLT Millinocket Municipal Airport! This is a small and quiet GA airport located in the Great North Woods of Maine near the southern border of Baxter State Park, an immense tract of pristine wilderness of over 200,000 acres. In fact, it is because of Baxter State Park and Maine’s tallest peak, 5,267 ft Mt. Katahdin that I built this airport. In all actuality, KMLT doesn’t have a whole lot to it. A couple of runways (only one of them lit) and a few buildings and hangars, Millinocket is still a good launching point for your flying adventures in the northern part of the state. Explore the impressive Mt. Katahdin by air or refine your floatplane skills on one of Maine’s beautiful lakes. If nothing else, KMLT adds a decent place to fly out of in a grossly underdeveloped region in XPlane. I grew up in Maine and while I never had any reason to visit the Millinocket airport we would often pass through on our way north for numerous family backpacking trips in Baxter State Park. So, while I have no personal connection to the airport itself, I have a deep sentimental connection to Baxter State Park and Katahdin. Some of you may recognize Millinocket as the setting for the Discovery Channel show, American Loggers, a reality show focusing on the hard working blue collar loggers of Millinocket based Gerald Pelletier Inc. My hope is that you enjoy the airport and region and have fun exploring this very special and scenic area! Special thanks as always to the following folks: Ben Supnik, creator of WED, the many contributors of OpenSceneryX, Jacques Brault for his wonderful objects, and Brian Godwin, my scenery mentor. Click here to download this file
  16. Version

    84 downloads

    Welcome to KMLT Millinocket Municipal Airport! This is a small and quiet GA airport located in the Great North Woods of Maine near the southern border of Baxter State Park, an immense tract of pristine wilderness of over 200,000 acres. In fact, it is because of Baxter State Park and Maine’s tallest peak, 5,267 ft Mt. Katahdin that I built this airport. In all actuality, KMLT doesn’t have a whole lot to it. A couple of runways (only one of them lit) and a few buildings and hangars, Millinocket is still a good launching point for your flying adventures in the northern part of the state. Explore the impressive Mt. Katahdin by air or refine your floatplane skills on one of Maine’s beautiful lakes. If nothing else, KMLT adds a decent place to fly out of in a grossly underdeveloped region in XPlane. I grew up in Maine and while I never had any reason to visit the Millinocket airport we would often pass through on our way north for numerous family backpacking trips in Baxter State Park. So, while I have no personal connection to the airport itself, I have a deep sentimental connection to Baxter State Park and Katahdin. Some of you may recognize Millinocket as the setting for the Discovery Channel show, American Loggers, a reality show focusing on the hard working blue collar loggers of Millinocket based Gerald Pelletier Inc. My hope is that you enjoy the airport and region and have fun exploring this very special and scenic area! Special thanks as always to the following folks: Ben Supnik, creator of WED, the many contributors of OpenSceneryX, Jacques Brault for his wonderful objects, and Brian Godwin, my scenery mentor.
  17. File Name: KHQM - Bowerman Airport File Submitter: LowTransition File Submitted: 27 May 2013 File Category: DSF Scenery Packages X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 10 Welcome to Bowerman Airport in Hoquiam, WA! This is my very first XP10 scenery package completed using WED 1.2. I have developed several other small GA fields for version 9.70 (mostly in Washington State) but recently made the move to XP10 and will now be developing only v10 packages. I apologize if this alienates any of my loyal 9.70 fans but I have finally moved up in the XPlane world and just won't be going back! Bowerman Airport is a pleasant little GA airfield located in the Gray's Harbor region of Washington's Pacific Coast. It offers an ILS for precision approaches and a little fly-in restaurant called, "Lana's Cafe," for your $100 hamburger cravings! I strove to make this field as plausible as possible but it is by no means a picture perfect representation of the real world location. We can just imagine, for example, that, "Lana's Cafe," was such a popular and successful place that they rebuilt into a larger more modern facility! I have wanted to build this airport for quite some time but really wanted to wait until I got XP10. The default apt.dat was really well done and thoroughly mapped out so I used that as a starting point. Once I made several minor adjustments to the default apt.dat I was ready to add objects and bring KHQM to life! While I appreciate the detailed and gorgeous looking default/lib XP10 buildings, they just weren't the right sizes for what I wanted to do with Bowerman. Therefore, I have made extensive use of Jacques Brault's lovely buildings and various other objects as well as some OpensceneryX hangars and buildings. If you enjoy general aviation flying I think you'll really appreciate my rendition of Bowerman Airport! Special thanks to the following folks: Ben Supnik, the genius creator of WED, Jacques Brault for his outstanding objects, the author of the default apt.dat for KHQM (great work!), all the contributors to OpensceneryX, and to scenery guru Brian Godwin for his continued support and technical expertise! Click here to download this file
  18. LowTransition

    KHQM - Bowerman Airport

    Version

    177 downloads

    Welcome to Bowerman Airport in Hoquiam, WA! This is my very first XP10 scenery package completed using WED 1.2. I have developed several other small GA fields for version 9.70 (mostly in Washington State) but recently made the move to XP10 and will now be developing only v10 packages. I apologize if this alienates any of my loyal 9.70 fans but I have finally moved up in the XPlane world and just won't be going back! Bowerman Airport is a pleasant little GA airfield located in the Gray's Harbor region of Washington's Pacific Coast. It offers an ILS for precision approaches and a little fly-in restaurant called, "Lana's Cafe," for your $100 hamburger cravings! I strove to make this field as plausible as possible but it is by no means a picture perfect representation of the real world location. We can just imagine, for example, that, "Lana's Cafe," was such a popular and successful place that they rebuilt into a larger more modern facility! I have wanted to build this airport for quite some time but really wanted to wait until I got XP10. The default apt.dat was really well done and thoroughly mapped out so I used that as a starting point. Once I made several minor adjustments to the default apt.dat I was ready to add objects and bring KHQM to life! While I appreciate the detailed and gorgeous looking default/lib XP10 buildings, they just weren't the right sizes for what I wanted to do with Bowerman. Therefore, I have made extensive use of Jacques Brault's lovely buildings and various other objects as well as some OpensceneryX hangars and buildings. If you enjoy general aviation flying I think you'll really appreciate my rendition of Bowerman Airport! Special thanks to the following folks: Ben Supnik, the genius creator of WED, Jacques Brault for his outstanding objects, the author of the default apt.dat for KHQM (great work!), all the contributors to OpensceneryX, and to scenery guru Brian Godwin for his continued support and technical expertise!
  19. File Name: Stark's Twin Oaks Airpark File Submitter: LowTransition File Submitted: 14 Feb 2013 File Category: DSF Scenery Packages X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 9 & 10 Stark's Twin Oaks Airpark is a truly beautiful little GA airfield approximately 17 nm SW of KPDX Portland International Airport. Owned and operated by the Stark family since 1972, this little airport is a real treasure and success story for American General Aviation. I have sought to make this scenery package as authentic as possible and to do so have utilized several scenery libraries in addition to OpensceneryX. I do not do this to alienate users, but to introduce some much needed variety to the scenery. For the buildings and various other objects I have made extensive use of Jacques Brault's newly released scenery objects. They are gorgeously well done and bring a much needed change to the scenery. Thank you immensely to Jacques Brault for this amazing gift to the community! You WILL NEED the following scenery libraries for this scenery package: - OpensceneryX I have made extensive use of OpensceneryX forests in this scenery package. The trade off is no winter textures with these custom forests. Fortunately it doesn't snow very often in Western Oregon! - FF Library You'll find a lot of nice looking vertical grass textures at this airport but you MUST have this scenery library to see them! - RuScenery I needed a building object that was only available through this free and outstanding scenery library. You will experience some FPS hits with the vertical grass. I was not suffering too badly however with a middle of the road iMac, high rendering settings in version 9.70, high quality payware GA aircraft, and FlyingJackal's outstanding enhanced asphalt textures. Special thanks to the following folks: Scenery Jedi Master Brian Godwin, my scenery tutor and the person responsible for starting this new addiction in my life! I am but his humble padawan learner. BambooCougar for his wealth of knowledge, willingness to help, and encouragement. FranknFly for his excellent FFLibrary. Jacques Brault for his gorgeous scenery objects. Thank you, Jacques, for this awesome gift. This scenery would not look nearly as good without your fantastic looking buildings! And, finally, thank you to all of the contributors to the OpensceneryX library. Your hard work and dedication to the XPlane community should never go unnoticed. I can't forget to thank redpiper as well for the truly excellent request! Happy Valentine's Day! I hope you love Stark's Twin Oaks as much as I do! Click here to download this file
  20. LowTransition

    Stark's Twin Oaks Airpark

    Version 1.0

    105 downloads

    Stark's Twin Oaks Airpark is a truly beautiful little GA airfield approximately 17 nm SW of KPDX Portland International Airport. Owned and operated by the Stark family since 1972, this little airport is a real treasure and success story for American General Aviation. I have sought to make this scenery package as authentic as possible and to do so have utilized several scenery libraries in addition to OpensceneryX. I do not do this to alienate users, but to introduce some much needed variety to the scenery. For the buildings and various other objects I have made extensive use of Jacques Brault's newly released scenery objects. They are gorgeously well done and bring a much needed change to the scenery. Thank you immensely to Jacques Brault for this amazing gift to the community! You WILL NEED the following scenery libraries for this scenery package: - OpensceneryX I have made extensive use of OpensceneryX forests in this scenery package. The trade off is no winter textures with these custom forests. Fortunately it doesn't snow very often in Western Oregon! - FF Library You'll find a lot of nice looking vertical grass textures at this airport but you MUST have this scenery library to see them! - RuScenery I needed a building object that was only available through this free and outstanding scenery library. You will experience some FPS hits with the vertical grass. I was not suffering too badly however with a middle of the road iMac, high rendering settings in version 9.70, high quality payware GA aircraft, and FlyingJackal's outstanding enhanced asphalt textures. Special thanks to the following folks: Scenery Jedi Master Brian Godwin, my scenery tutor and the person responsible for starting this new addiction in my life! I am but his humble padawan learner. BambooCougar for his wealth of knowledge, willingness to help, and encouragement. FranknFly for his excellent FFLibrary. Jacques Brault for his gorgeous scenery objects. Thank you, Jacques, for this awesome gift. This scenery would not look nearly as good without your fantastic looking buildings! And, finally, thank you to all of the contributors to the OpensceneryX library. Your hard work and dedication to the XPlane community should never go unnoticed. I can't forget to thank redpiper as well for the truly excellent request! Happy Valentine's Day! I hope you love Stark's Twin Oaks as much as I do!
  21. LowTransition

    DSF Scenery Packages - 2S0

    File Name: 2S0 File Submitter: LowTransition File Submitted: 16 Jan 2013 File Category: DSF Scenery Packages X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 9 & 10 Located about 6 miles east of Methow Valley State, Twisp Municipal seems to be the primary general aviation airport for the region, being well enough removed from the hustle and bustle of summertime smokejumping operations. This is another of my WED builds tested in version 9.70. The Methow Valley is a truly gorgeous area of Washington and Twisp Municipal is a perfect little GA gem of an airport to fire up your favorite piston single and go exploring. Click here to download this file
  22. LowTransition

    2S0

    Version XPlane 9.70+

    38 downloads

    Located about 6 miles east of Methow Valley State, Twisp Municipal seems to be the primary general aviation airport for the region, being well enough removed from the hustle and bustle of summertime smokejumping operations. This is another of my WED builds tested in version 9.70. The Methow Valley is a truly gorgeous area of Washington and Twisp Municipal is a perfect little GA gem of an airport to fire up your favorite piston single and go exploring.
  23. File Name: S52 Methow Valley State File Submitter: LowTransition File Submitted: 16 Jan 2013 File Category: DSF Scenery Packages X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 9 & 10 Nestled in the scenic Methow Valley of Washington State, Methow Valley State is considered to be the birthplace of smokejumping. For those unfamiliar, smokejumpers are brave men and women who jump out of perfectly good airplanes to fight forest fires in remote and otherwise inaccessible regions. The first, "experimental," jumpers flew out of here in 1939. Smokejumping operations continue at Methow Valley State today and the primary aircraft appears to be the versatile CASA Aviocar. My rendition of the airfield is a pretty basic WED build tested in version 9.70 only. There ought to be no reason, however, why it shouldn't work in version 10. I apologize for being a version 9 dinosaur, I'm just being stubborn and like my setup the way I've got it! Enjoy! More North/Central Washington State airports are on the way! Click here to download this file
  24. LowTransition

    S52 Methow Valley State

    Version XPlane 9.70+

    46 downloads

    Nestled in the scenic Methow Valley of Washington State, Methow Valley State is considered to be the birthplace of smokejumping. For those unfamiliar, smokejumpers are brave men and women who jump out of perfectly good airplanes to fight forest fires in remote and otherwise inaccessible regions. The first, "experimental," jumpers flew out of here in 1939. Smokejumping operations continue at Methow Valley State today and the primary aircraft appears to be the versatile CASA Aviocar. My rendition of the airfield is a pretty basic WED build tested in version 9.70 only. There ought to be no reason, however, why it shouldn't work in version 10. I apologize for being a version 9 dinosaur, I'm just being stubborn and like my setup the way I've got it! Enjoy! More North/Central Washington State airports are on the way!
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