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Tibet-Scenery for Ms FS2002 - Freeware - please test it

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Hi Folks,would you like to test my FreewareTIBET SCENERY v1.0 FOR MICROSOFT FLIGHT SIMULATOR 2002AddOn scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator's missing both situated in Tibet airports- ZULS LXA Lhasa Gongkar Airport (other name: Gonggar) - ZBAD BPX Bangda Qamdo Airport (other names: Bamda, Changdu)***Important Note:Since there is no detailed information available about both airports, all navaids are speculative and created by me for better navigation, you can ignore them, if you wish to fly very realistic. Runway length data for ZULS and ZBAD is correct but runway altitude only for ZBAD, because runway altitude for ZULS sources deliver different data. Runway headings are both speculative but there are naturally only few geographical possibilties because of the narrow valleys.***Requirements:- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 (lower versions should also work)- Scenery Detail Level Very Dense for visibility of all objects- AFCAD v1.22 recommended***[link:www.januranusjaymartin.de/downloads/fs2002-scenery-tibet.zip]Download direkt als ZIP (98kB)

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TIBET SCENERY v1.1 FOR MICROSOFT FLIGHT SIMULATOR 2002 released !The object visibility problem at minimum scenery quality settings is solved with version 1.1.All essential objects are now visible even with minimum scenery quality settings!http://www.januranusjaymartin.de/airflightsimulatoraddons.html|Screenhots%20&%20Download' target="_blank">[link:www.januranusjaymartin.de/downloads/fs2002-scenery-tibet.zip]Download Scenery (98kB)]Bangda with 14219ft amsl is the highest airport in the world !Example: Boeing 747-400 with 40000gal fuel flaps 10

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Hi Arno>>>There is not much need for plugging your scenery here.What about more than 75 views in 24hrs? There seems to bee some interest, maybe to your own discomfort?>>>This forum is mainly used for design questions.This is exactly what I wanted to do here! I just need some help and opinions from you to improve my first scenery I have made, maybe from you too (?).

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I am not saying that there is no interest, but replying to your own message with almost the same message looks like plugging to me.Maybe I understood it wrong, in that case sorry :).Arno


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<>lol, hard to figure what your thinking.....did you imagine Arno is uptight cuz your work is frighteningly excellant? LOL What Arno meant by his post is that the readers here generally use this board to raise their state of the art...and we tend not to lay much marketing upon one another....Your post seems to be imitating the advertising you'd see from a company...its just odd, that's all. Many of the regulars here have produced ground breaking results, we share a healthy peer respect. Rarely do folks tend to feel competitive. Cheers,Bob B

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