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SEWARD AIRPORT MSFS

€ 12.60
SEWARD AIRPORT MSFS

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  • Published by

    NORTHERN SKY STUDIO

  • Sold by

    NORTHERN SKY STUDIO

  • Size
    2.18GB
  • Available since
    2022-03-17
  • PID
    16394
  • Description

    Seward Airport is a state-owned, public-use airport located two nautical miles (2.3 miles; 3.7 km) northeast of the central business district of Seward, a city in Kenai Peninsula Borough of the U.S. state of Alaska. It has two asphalt paved runways.

    The airport was built during World War II. It was named Walseth Air Force Base and was closed by the United States Air Force in April 1947. It was excessed to the War Assets Administration and taken over by the Territory of Alaska.

    The airport previously had scheduled passenger service to Anchorage (ANC) provided by several commuter air carriers over the years but does not have airline flights at the present time.

    Features: 

    • The most detailed replica of airport buildings and vehicles
    • Custom surroundings 
    • Hand placed autogen buildings
    • All materials created for full PBR
    • Shading and occlusion (texture baking) effects on all airport buildings
    • High-resolution building textures
    • Use of native, highly efficient gITF models
    • Custom orthophoto for the airport and surrounding areas

    Requirements

    Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020

    Windows 10

    Reviews

    Total Reviews

    3

    Average Rating

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    David

    2022-03-20
    Very nice and with attention to detail modeled Airport and scenery. I love flying vfr in Alaska and this is one of my favorite airports there now. Absolutely recommendable.

    Andy

    2022-03-20
    Another superb offering from Northern Sky Studio. I first learned of them because of their Hawai'i airports (which are great!) - then I decided it was time to branch out to Alaska, too. The airport itself is pretty neat. There are two runways, one just a bit over 2,200 feet, and the other at like 4200. The airport info says that the runways are limited to aircraft under 12,500lbs...and that you should overfly it during September and October because of possible flooding from the nearby river! This is an un-towered facility with a CTAF. There is one RNAV approach, and one RNAV departure. As for the scenery itself, the airport is well done. Lots of really detailed structures, and according to the description, shading effects on the buildings and stuff! When I took off it was overcast and the lighting was "flat" so I didnʻt get to experience those effects. Winds were calm for my first flight, so I took off from Rwy 16. Be careful of the terrain in the area (~5600ʻ within 4nm)! I ended up just climbing out on the runway heading until I as at about 6,000ʻ. The little village southwest-ish from the airport is part of the scenery, and thatʻs got some cool buildings too. If you're going to fly in Alaska, and on the Kenai Peninsula, I highly recommend this airport!

    John

    2022-03-17
    Extraordinarily pretty location for starting your Alaskan bush flying adventures.. replicated with Northern Sky's usual charm and character. Plenty of detail included beyond the airport fence, especially around the harbor and cruise ship terminal.

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