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What are the default detailed airports in FSCOF?

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I have seen some of the screenshots of the detailed airports like SEATAC, Miami, JFK...I was wondering what the list of detailed airports are. Anyone know.1811

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Hi, All previous Fs2002 3D Detailed Airports Photo Sat + These new below:Charles de Gaulle (Paris, France) Narita (New Tokyo Intl) Dallas-Ft. Worth Intl (Texas) Miami Intl (Florida) Denver Intl (Colorado) Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl (Arizona) Kennedy Intl (New York) Princess Juliana Intl (St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles) Kingsford Smith Intl (Sydney, Australia) Schiphol (Amsterdam) Oshkosh (site of EAA AirVenture in Wisconsin) Kill Devil Hills (Kittyhawk strip)How these can cost from 3rd party, If 5$ each = 55$ ;-) These information have been reported from Avsim preview before.ThanksChris Willis[link:fsw.simflight.com/FSWMenuFsSim.html]Clouds And Addons For MsFs

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hi Chrisdo you know whether other 'normal' airports which have not such detail still have correct taxiway signs? also with the ATC is it possible to do SIDs and STARs?also will the AI land on top of each other like in 02?

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With MS releasing an est 6 US airport with each new release what do you think the next 6 highly detailed airports should be for the US? My vote goes for:KBOSKBWIKIAHKDTWKMEMKMSPKilstorm

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>also with the ATC is it possible to do SIDs and STARs?Just as it is possible today with FS2002.Michael J.

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mine would have to be KLGA although we have a awsome freeware one for fs2002

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why is your user name I Love Airbus however you state the Boeing 727 is the greatest plane?Just wandering.Kil~

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Still nothing from New Zealand. I'll bet the place will be a desert again....:-mad

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>Still nothing from New Zealand. I'll bet the place will be a>desert again....:-madI'll bet you're dead right.Microsoft were still getting the UK wrong in FS2002. FS2004 looks like the first in-roads into France (assuming they've cured the fps problem around Paris). At that rate, NZ should get a look in at around FS3004...

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>why is your user name I Love Airbus however you state the>Boeing 727 is the greatest plane?>>Just wandering.>>Kil~:-lol :-lol :-lol I thought the same thing :-lol :-lol :-lolCarlos.

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hi Chrisdo you know whether other 'normal' airports which have not such detail still have correct taxiway signs? also with the ATC is it possible to do SIDs and STARs?also will the AI land on top of each other like in 02?

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Even Ruud Fabers FS Scene has most of New Zealand as a desert, as well as a freeware landclass file. Well, France and the UK is a little bit like New Zealand.Maybe MS will concentrate on the rest of the world half as much as they do in for the US.FS3004. Well, i guess i'm in for the long run.

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I think your name said it the first time. I LOVE the PSS Airbus but I put the 727 right behind it. Just took a hop tonight which I haven't done in some time and I am in heaven once again but thank god for FS Navigator to help with routing.

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One thing for sure, a "detailed" Kill Devil's Hill won't touch your frame rates.

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