VIET SIM SCENERY - KFPR TREASURE COAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FORT PIERCE FSX P3D1-5
VIET SIM SCENERY - KFPR TREASURE COAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FORT PIERCE FSX P3D1-5
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  • VIET SIM SCENERY - KFPR TREASURE COAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FORT PIERCE FSX P3D1-5
  • VIET SIM SCENERY - KFPR TREASURE COAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FORT PIERCE FSX P3D1-5
  • VIET SIM SCENERY - KFPR TREASURE COAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FORT PIERCE FSX P3D1-5
  • VIET SIM SCENERY - KFPR TREASURE COAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FORT PIERCE FSX P3D1-5
  • VIET SIM SCENERY - KFPR TREASURE COAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FORT PIERCE FSX P3D1-5
  • VIET SIM SCENERY - KFPR TREASURE COAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FORT PIERCE FSX P3D1-5
  • VIET SIM SCENERY - KFPR TREASURE COAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FORT PIERCE FSX P3D1-5
  • VIET SIM SCENERY - KFPR TREASURE COAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FORT PIERCE FSX P3D1-5
  • VIET SIM SCENERY - KFPR TREASURE COAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FORT PIERCE FSX P3D1-5

Treasure Coast International Airport (IATAFPRICAOKFPRFAA LIDFPR) is a public airport located three miles (5 km) northwest of the central business district of Fort Pierce, a city in St. Lucie CountyFloridaUnited States. It is owned by the St. Lucie Board of County Commissioners.[1]

The airport sees frequent use by various aviation flight schools in south Florida, including three based at the airport, for general aviation flight training traffic. The airport also hosts a Federal Inspection Station (FIS) administered by United States Customs & Border Protection, which makes it a frequent stop for private aircraft coming in and out of the Bahama Islands.

DayJet provided an on-demand jet air taxi service from this airport before they suspended operation in September 2008.

The history of the airport dates back to 1921 when The Commercial Club of Fort Pierce built an airport where the local American Legion building now stands on U.S. Route 1 for an airline that never got off the ground. Nine years later, the county purchased 1,600 acres (6.5 km2) of land that eventually became the current airport; however the first commercial airport was dedicated in 1935 in an area in the vicinity of U.S. Route 1 and Edwards Road.

The current airport, originally named Fort Pierce Airport, was leased during World War II by the U.S. Navy as an auxiliary field for pilots and flight crews from Naval Air Station Vero BeachNaval Air Station Melbourne and Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale for conducting daytime and nighttime field carrier landing practice (FCLP) prior to landing on actual aircraft carriers. Scout aircraft, dive bombers and torpedo attack bombers utilized the runways, which were redesigned by the military to better accommodate naval aviation training requirements. In 1947, the Navy disestablished operations and the U.S. Government conveyed the airport back to the county, to include two newly constructed runways, without charging for the improvements made.[2]

With little financial capital in county government to operate and maintain a modern airport, the facility languished for the next ten years, becoming overgrown with vegetation and subject to frequent grazing by cattle from nearby farms and ranches. During the 1960s and 1970s, major improvements took off with the construction of an airport terminal, modern hangars, airfield lighting, navigational aids and fuel facilities. Curtis King, who became the first full-time director in 1967, played an instrumental role in the development of the county's airport for 31 years.[3]

The airport continued to evolve as a general aviation facility, and even though two of four runways were decommissioned, one such former runway became the site of the Airport West Commerce Park, while Runway 9R/27L (later renamed 10R/28L) was lengthened and improved.

Runway 10L/28R was completed early 2010 costing $15.3 million. The recent completion of a north-south connector taxiway between training runway 10L/28R and runway 10R/28L reduces the need for training aircraft to use one of the primary runways for takeoffs and landings at the beginning and/or end of training flights, respectively.

 

FEATURE:

New terminal design

New building

New Tower as real airport

New runway texture

New taxi lighting system

Dynamic ramp Lighting

High Nav aid Acuracy

Taxiline customized

Increase Position cordination acuracy for vatsim

Taxiway and apron updated as real map chart

High graphics texture resolution

Custom ground line

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DELIVERY METHOD
DIRECT DOWNLOAD
FILESIZE
72MB
REGISTRATION KEY
Registration key after purchase, see order details page in customer account
REQUIREMENTS

FSX OR P3D VERSIONS INSTALLED

FULLY SUPPORTED FSX AND P3D V1 UPTO V5

LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
DEVELOPER
VIET SIM SCENERY
Customer Reviews
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Amazing, works perfectly! Base airports look at least a little better. Graphic processing is at a high level.
SCENIC ROUTES - LJLJ - LJUBLJANA AIRPORT MSFS
Matej
My local airport, what a perfect match of the real thing this is. Absolutely fantastic.
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Rocco
Another honest review from me.. So after downloading I was really excited about this add-on. We need more of these kind of add-ons that bring the sim alive. The birds look amazing and really do bring it alive when flying. Im more of an airline pilot myself however I still saw birds on one of my departures. I think "once again honest" the birds on the ground at airports is a little excessive. I fly a lot in real world and usually bird activity on taxi-ways is none existent. Honestly I would rather see birds on the grass if anything but not on taxi-ways or even close to runways as sounds and wake from the engines would have the birds flying away quick. I still think the add-on needs a 5 star review even after my suggestion. Im really happy with this add-on im hoping that there are more areas added for bird coverage as I said it makes the sim come alive. Very much needed add-on if you are the realistic pilot looking for realistic conditions. Very Happy! Good Job!
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Marcus
Easily one of my most favorite GA aircraft in the sim thus far, updates are very quick to come out when problems arise. Upon release it had a few issues but as of 10/21 all those have been fixed and it's a phenomenal aircraft.
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Kevin Christopher
It's insane how much detail and quality you get for this price. Defin-
itely recommend to anyone.
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Matic
This scenery just set a new higher standard for MSFS add-on airports! Absolutely remarkable! It's a joy to see this product in the simulator.
SCENIC ROUTES - LJLJ - LJUBLJANA AIRPORT MSFS
Gregor
My home city airport. What can I say: accurate, lively, precise, current, detailed, and sophisticated. Congrats and thank you to dev team!
SCENIC ROUTES - LJLJ - LJUBLJANA AIRPORT MSFS
George
Incredible, just absolutely incredible. And optimized great!
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George
This is incredible...li-
terally the best scenery out there on MSFS right now
RKBRIDGER - PITTSBURGH BRIDGES MSFS
Al
Born and raised in Pittsburgh (the Burgh) I am not totally happy. What bridges that were done, are very good. However, they are ONLY river bridges and ONLY in the immediate city area. There are 9 on the Mon (Monongahela) but stop at the railroad bridge before the Homestead Grays bridge. Up the Allegheny from the point there are 10 bridges but they stop at the 40th St (Washington Crossing) bridge excluding the Rt 8 / 62 St (Sen Fleming) bridge and north. Down the Ohio was my biggest disappointment for the river bridges. Included from the point are the West End, Brunot Island railroad bridges and the McKees Rocks bridge. Neville Island and south, forget it. Off river bridges are not included. That includes the Jacks Run (Rt 65) bridge that parallels the Ohio River a half mile south of the McKees Rocks bridge. Panther Hollow (Oakland District) has two major bridges near Univ of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Library & Museum, Carnegie Mellon Univ., Phipps Conservatory, and Schenley Park, known to almost everyone from the Burgh, Schenley Drive (near the old Forbes Field) and Panther Hollow Rd in Schenley Park. Neither are included. Additional work needs to be done on cleaning up flying cars higher than the bridge surface and cars crossing the rivers at water level under the presented bridges. Having done scenery myself, I understand that this is not easy, but can and should be done. Person-
ally this product should be renamed 'City of Pittsburgh RIVER Bridges' as there are far too many exclusions for the current title. I have mentioned only a few.
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