• ORIENTALSIM - BAGHDAD INTL
  • ORIENTALSIM - BAGHDAD INTL
  • ORIENTALSIM - BAGHDAD INTL
  • ORIENTALSIM - BAGHDAD INTL
  • ORIENTALSIM - BAGHDAD INTL
  • ORIENTALSIM - BAGHDAD INTL
  • ORIENTALSIM - BAGHDAD INTL
  • ORIENTALSIM - BAGHDAD INTL
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Baghdad International airport(ICAO code :ORBS), also called BIAP, is Iraq's main airport,located in a suburb about 16 km west of downtown Baghdad. It is the home base for Iraq's national airline, Iraqi Airways
The airport was constructed from1979 to 1982. Then-Iraqi President Saddam Hussein authorized the airport's construction and had it named after himself.

Designed to accommodate both civil and military operations, Baghdad International can handle up to 7.5 million passengers per year in aircraft of all sizes. The passenger terminal consists of three gate areas. These were originally named after the cities of the ancient empires that once existed in present-day Iraq: Babylon, Samarra and Nineveh. They are now simply called A, B and C. During the Gulf war and further, the Invasion of Iraq, the activity of the airport has been reduced and most of commercial flights have been stopped. In the same time, the name of the airport was changed to Baghdad International Airport and this former regional hub became an important US Air Force Base in Iraq, for the US army. Since a few years, Iraqi Airways has resumed many flights while many foreign carriers increasingly open new routes.
 
Features :

  • Scenery made with Gmax for better performance
  • All main buildings(Pax terminal, control tower, cargo and military hangars)  
  • Buildings designed according to photos and placed as the real one. 
  • Photorealistic textures  
  • Ground vehicles and statics cargo aircrafts
  • Possibility to add US troops or Iraqi air force
  • Afcad file included for a compatibility with any AI traffic

 
Software compatibility
 - Windows 2000, Xp, Vista and Seven
 
Hardware Requirement
 - CPU 1Ghz min, 1Go RAM, 128Mo graphic card 

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Dan Mclain
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2014-10-29 23:08:51
First let me introduce myself. My name is Dan McLain, and I have been an avid Flight Simmer for quite a few years. In November 2005 I went to Iraq and stayed thirteen months working with Kellogg brown & Root as a Plumber. However my main job description was Water Quality. I set up and maintained with a crew all the water disseminated on nine surrounding camps and bases and one of them was Sather AFB. Sather uses 33L and 15R of Baghdad (ORBS) International. In January of 2009 I returned to Iraq for another thirteen months, with the same company and this time I had the opportunity to work as a Plumber. Since the camp I was living in was Camp Striker and is located about three miles west of Baghdad International, and since I was familiar with Sather AFB it was given to me to maintain. So my job with a crew was to maintain sixty two trailers with showers, toilets and sinks, they are call Cadillacs and I also has some hard shell buildings. One of the Cadillacs was located at the Fire Station that you included in your scenery. So I had been waiting for someone to build BIAP, and when I first saw the pictures I recognized that Fire Station immediately. So I finally purchased your scenery a few days ago, and downloaded all the enhancements which by the way are great. And after checking out the Airport with my Bell 206, my first flight was from Dubai to Baghdad in a C-130E. But I got a tell you, I didnít fully appreciate your scenery until I drove around it in my 78 Corvette, you really have duplicated the airport very well. The roads are just like driving on the real roads. The entrance to the airport, the Terminals and the East BIAP hangers you really duplicated it all well as I said it was just like being there. Even the hard structured hangers on the Air force side. And you can imagine my surprise when I flew my Bell 206 in to down town Baghdad to see what all the smoke was about.Thanks for building this scenery. Great job!!

Dan McLain
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ORIENTALSIM - BAGHDAD INTL
Dan Mclain
First let me introduce myself. My name is Dan McLain, and I have been an avid Flight Simmer for quite a few years. In November 2005 I went to Iraq and stayed thirteen months working with Kellogg brown & Root as a Plumber. However my main job description was Water Quality. I set up and maintained with a crew all the water disseminated on nine surrounding camps and bases and one of them was Sather AFB. Sather uses 33L and 15R of Baghdad (ORBS) International. In January of 2009 I returned to Iraq for another thirteen months, with the same company and this time I had the opportunity to work as a Plumber. Since the camp I was living in was Camp Striker and is located about three miles west of Baghdad International, and since I was familiar with Sather AFB it was given to me to maintain. So my job with a crew was to maintain sixty two trailers with showers, toilets and sinks, they are call Cadillacs and I also has some hard shell buildings. One of the Cadillacs was located at the Fire Station that you included in your scenery. So I had been waiting for someone to build BIAP, and when I first saw the pictures I recognized that Fire Station immediately. So I finally purchased your scenery a few days ago, and downloaded all the enhancements which by the way are great. And after checking out the Airport with my Bell 206, my first flight was from Dubai to Baghdad in a C-130E. But I got a tell you, I didnít fully appreciate your scenery until I drove around it in my 78 Corvette, you really have duplicated the airport very well. The roads are just like driving on the real roads. The entrance to the airport, the Terminals and the East BIAP hangers you really duplicated it all well as I said it was just like being there. Even the hard structured hangers on the Air force side. And you can imagine my surprise when I flew my Bell 206 in to down town Baghdad to see what all the smoke was about.Thanks for building this scenery. Great job!! Dan McLain
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