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FS2004 Scenery--Seward Airport

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FS2004 Scenery--Seward Airport (PAWD) in Alaska (AK), USA. The town of Seward is on the east coast of the Kenai Peninsula, 70 miles east of Kenai town and also 70 miles southeast of Anchorage, amid mountains and glaciers at the northern end of the 20 mile long and fjord-like Resurrection Bay. It is also at the southern end of both the Alaska Railway and the Seward Highway, and has a sheltered dock for freight and also for cruise liners. Liner passengers can enjoy local attractions (dog sledging on a glacier?) and also easily continue further north to other tourist attractions such as Denali. The airport is next to the port and the town, with two runways aligned in FS2004 15-33 and 12-30, both asphalt and 2,100 and 4,200 feet long respectively. Only 12-30 is lit, with VASI on 30. There are no regularly scheduled flights to Seward. There are some charter flights coordinated with cruise liners, and some freight flights, the very occasional visit by the Coast Guard, but most flights are GA or short scenery-viewing trips for summer tourists. There is marine AI from and to the port, in the shape of a cruise liner and an Alaskan ferry (in the case of the ferry, only if you have Holger Sandmann's Alaska scenery installed). Also included is a correction for Fire Island 6AK5 near Anchorage that takes the airfield out of the water. By Roger Wensley. (See also SEWARD_AK_V1.ZIP)


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