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*** New Map for Canada in Library ***

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Do you get lost Fly!ing over Canada? Now you can take a map along for that trip out to St. John's Intl, Newfoundland & Labrador (CYYT) or up to the most northernly airport in the world at Alert, Nunavut (CYLT), the Canadian military base.Now available in the Fly! II Navigation Library, One package containing three maps covering Northern, Western and Eastern Canada. For virtually full coverage, these in better detail, I recommend the following maps as well:Author - Rob Westhouse Cnda_BC.ecw - British Columbia cnda_ABn.ecw, cnda_ABs.ecw - Alberta Version 1.0 DetroitN.ecw, DetroitS.ecw - Detroit - Map Pack RW01Author - TRI Green Bay - Map Pack 11 Lake Huron - Map Pack 17 *** Montreal - Map Pack 22 Halifax - Map Pack 12 Seattle - Map Pack 29 *** Requires Sectional Chart Patch - Version 2.0, by Rob Westhouse. AVSIM Fly! II Patches Library.http://members.shaw.ca/fly2/images/snoopyace.gifRob Westhouse, VE5VKSaskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada"Land of Living Skies"

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This is wonderful news, thankyou for your hard work.Have you thought of doing one for us in the UK. If not could you tell me how to make a map pack for here and Europe?Many thanks in advanceAnd All The BestStevehttp://mysite.freeserve.com/fly2theuk/aragon.jpghttp://mysite.freeserve.com/fly2theukLverpool Airport http://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=17455Blackpool Airport http://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=19103Hawarden Airport http://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=18370Isle Of Man Airport http://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=18972

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The original version of Fly! came with a CD full of maps for the US. Did anyone ever figure out a way to use them in Fly!2?

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I think they work if you just drop the old map .epd files into the Fly! II maps folder. If I am not mistaken, they take a bit of time to open however and are a bit quirky. I forget the specifics.Fly! II maps were scanned at a higher resolution and included some WAC charts and coverage for Alaska. I filled in some of the missing maps by coverting the old Fly! 1.0 maps. You will find them in the Fly! II Navigation library. I also have an image in that library illustrating what maps are contained in each map pack.http://members.shaw.ca/fly2/images/snoopyace.gifRob Westhouse, VE5VKSaskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada"Land of Living Skies"

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