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  1. Ok, feeling encouraged enough to put a team on seeing what it takes to convert an existing airport to X-Plane. Will be back to tell you the results
  2. Hi MdMax, perhaps you can really help me here? How do you advise I get to the majority of X-Plane users to ask my question?
  3. Thanks everyone for taking the time to respond to my question. We will take away your comments into our deliberations. In the mean-time any further comments will of course be welcomed :smile: :biggrin:
  4. There are not many payware airports. For a commercial organisation there is a question of whether to put the investment into development when it is unclear if there is a sufficient market demand. So how many of you would be prepared to buy payware airports if they were made available, bearing in mind you get what you pay for. Or is it solely the journey that matters to the majority and not the beauty of the takeoff and landing? Would be really useful if the silent majority would have your say and encourage others to do so as well perhaps. Thanks for reading my request folks.
  5. EDWZ, EDWR, EDWJ, EDWL, EDWY East Frisian Islands - Germany - Five places to fly for peace, quiet and plenty of bracing North Sea air These five airports on the islands of Baltrum, Borkum, Juist, Langeoog and Norderney are all part of the East Frisian Islands off the coasts of Germany and Holland. Borkum is the largest of the islands, located just 30 kilometres from the mainland it is Germany’s most North-Westerly point. Although in the past it was for Whalers and pirates it is now part of a National Park, as indeed are all the islands, and is an unspoilt place to escape to and then spend the week flying from island to island. Borkum airport, which is one metre above sea level, has one asphalt runway exactly one kilometre long and two grass runways just short of a kilometre each. Baltrum is known as the sleeping beauty of the North Sea and is the smallest of the islands, whereas Juist is the longest at 17 Kilometres and is only 7 kilometres from the mainland. Norderley has special status with UNESCO World Heritage Status and Langeoog makes up the fifth island. Each of these islands boasts its own airport, ideal for island hoping with twenty combinations for different take-off and landing places. Purchase Now in the market place