Jersey Airport was opened on the 10th March 1937 and covered and area of 97 acres with a 980-yard grass runway and included a new terminal building, a central tower and two side buildings for arrivals and departures, there was also two large hangers. In July 1940 Enemy forces touched down and begin a five years of German occupation during World War Two.
Following liberation in May 1945, Jersey Airport started passengers flight once again and traffic dramatically increased.
During the 1950s a tarmac runway was built by 1965 jets were able to use the airport. By 1976 the number of passengers using Jersey Airport was over 100,000 and Improvements continued in the 1980s.
A modern departures extension was opened in 1997, providing much more space and better facilities. A new Air Traffic Control Building and Tower was build in 2010 with old tower removed from the original terminal restoring it back to it's 1930 look.
This scenery is available in two versions. There is the FULL Xtreme version, this product is sent to you after purchase. There is also a FREE try before you buy'cutdown' version.
Visit the Jersey Airport Homepage for details and download.