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    FSX/P3D Scenery--Antwerp International Airport
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    Name: ebaw_jp2019.zip
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    FSX/P3D Scenery--Antwerp International Airport. Scenery for FSX SP2, Prepar3D v3+. Antwerp International Airport (ANR/EBAW) is a small international airport serving Antwerp, the second most populous city of Belgium. After two years work and taking over 2000 photos. This is the very first publicly available pixel accurate photoreal scenery for this airport. Featuring updated radio freqs (2017), accurate buildings and placement, custom AI Fokker 50 AI traffic, static SV-4Bs and SODE powered windsocks. It also comes with two hangars with accurate and accesible interiors completed by the inclusion of the neighbouring WW1 fort. Optimized for P3D, compatible with FSX SP2. This is Phase 1 of the project, focussing on buildings and structures situated on airport grounds. It also includes the new tunnel under the runway 29 approach and the fort of Borsbeek. This release of the project is compatible with FSX SP2 (Acceleration) and Prepar3D v3+. By Johan Peeters.

    Antwerp International Airport (IATA: ANR, ICAO: EBAW) is a small international airport serving Antwerp, the second most populous city of Belgium. Located 2.9 nautical miles (5.4 km; 3.3 mi) south of the city, it is used for some scheduled and charter flights as well as business and general aviation and served 110,320 passengers in 2012. The airport is also home to a maintenance hangar of VLM. The airport consists of one small passenger terminal with basic facilities including service desks and a restaurant. The apron features ten stands for smaller aircraft such as the Fokker 50. As there are no jet bridges, walk-boarding is used. Due to its short runway length only just over 1,500 m (4,900 ft), it is not possible to operate larger aircraft than the Boeing 737 or A320 at the airport. The airport was operated by the Department of Mobility and Public Works of the Flemish Government which made an agreement with the French engineering group Egis Group to operate it starting 2014 for a duration of 25 years. It is also home to several flying schools, aircraft maintenance and repair workshops, operators of business jets, to several hangars for private aircraft, and to the Stampe-Vertongen Museum.

    Big thanks to all of the following people who helped with the creation of this project: Jan C, Willy B, Paul S, Gustaaf V, Bob G, Katleen P, Luc DV, Paul C, Filip V. Without them it would simply have been impossible to complete.

    A special thank you goes out to the Airport Management and security for their extraordinary cooperation!

    Thanks to the following companies for allowing their properties to be photographed and included in this scenery (in no specific order) Egis, Flemish Government, RAAC, VLM, the Aviation Factory, AeroData, Europilot Center, Flying Group, BAFA, ASL, NextGen Aviation, Stampe & Vertongen Museum, Raymond's Aircraft Restoration, BelAir, Lindsky Aviation, Vizion Air, Blue Sky Aviation.









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