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Airport VNKT Kathmandu including 10 000 km² cultivation

Kathmandu Airport and Cultivation addon

Airport VNKT with Elevation and Cultivation for Nepals Capital Kathmandu

The cultivation area covers 84.90E -> 85.95E and 27.43N -> 28.36N

It contains 10,000,000 trees and 500,000 buildings.

For Aerofly FS2 by TomSimMuc, 2019

 

Installation:

  1. Unzip the file and move the folder “addons”
    to
    “C:\Users\InsertYourUserName\Documents\Aerofly FS2”

    This will also copy the included elevation data.

    Ortho Pictures are NOT included

As an alternative you can also copy the contained places and elevation folder to your user directory.

 

Many thanks to Ed, AFS2 user edpatino for adding and arranging buildings and objects to the airport VNKT,

and to Steve, AFS2 user larrylynx for the airport tanker and other airport objects.

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344-kathmandu-takeoff-jpg

Models used and adapted from 3dwarehouse.sketchup.com

Credits for the authors of these great models.

Power Pylons by Paul06,

Power Portal by Stefan K.

Power Utility Pole by LearningProcessFun2

 

Object positions based on OSM data , © OpenStreetMap contributors, http://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright/en/

The data provided in this product are distributed under the Open Database License.

 

Elevation data by ASTER GDEM (30m horizontal resolution)

ASTER GDEM is a product of METI and NASA

 

Special thanks to:

Lenidcamper for his great tool ObjectGen which did the main job to generate pylons and cars,

Flightextreme for his help on splitting up the toc files,

Arno Gerretsen for ScenProc and ModelConverterX,

Spit40 for FsCloudport on which this airport is based,

IPACS for the nice XREF cars and airport accessories.

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Ahhh.... I am Dumbo! Just looked at another add on scenery and realised that I should make a new sub directory called images and put all the photo stuff in there. Now works really well and look fantastic. Well done to the authors!

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