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MOD St Athan (IATA: DGX, ICAO: EGDX) is a large United Kingdom Ministry of Defence unit near the village of St Athan in the Vale of Glamorgan, southern Wales. It is the designated site for the United Kingdom's new defence training academy due for completion in 2017. It once claimed to be the largest Royal Air Force (RAF) station (though several gunnery ranges such as RAF Spadeadam are larger in area).
The base has been home to the RAF No 4 School of Technical Training throughout its life, as well as a major aircraft maintenance unit. The base has also been used to house British army units, including the 1st Battalion, Welsh Guards. At one time it was home to a large collection of historical aircraft.
Crossland moor is located at Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. This scenery takes account of recent earthworks in close proximity to the airport, making it a very interesting place to visit.
RAF Finningley opened in 1936 and is best known as the front line Bomber Command base during World War II and the Cold War.
Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, the UK's newest purpose built international Airport, is built on the site of this former Royal Air Force airbase.
RAF Wittering is the home of the A4 expeditionary logistics hub. RAF Wittering is also host to a variety of other important units and maintains an active airfield in support of Joint Force Harrier.
Established in 1916 on Wittering Heath as a Royal Flying Corps base for No 38 Home Defence Sqn's anti-
Bristol Lulsgate opened ‘for business’ in 1957. The airport expanded steadily and became Bristol International Airport in 1997.
In January 2007 many flights were cancelled due to problems with the resurfaced runway retaining water causing poor braking efficiency. The runway was closed and remedial work carried out.
This site was an RAF base, a local airport and is now home to the largest Helicopter Museum in the world.
This model makes extensive use of default objects. There is parking for two GA aircraft and two helicopters for those who have the Flight1 prog’
Originally developed as a factory for production of Wellington bombers, over 5,540 were assembled. Became part of British Aerospace after 1959 and now produces wings for Airbus Industries. This model has a large pad for parking a Beluga should you wish to fly one in.
Almost continuously active since first opening as a Royal Flying Corps training base in 1916, RAF Waddington is today home to No.34 Expeditionary Air Wing, home to RAF Air Command surveillance and reconnaissance assets. The Station's motto 'For Faith and Freedom'
Home to the Red Arrows the airfield is partly reduced to care and maintenance. To this end no parking allocation has been made to the North side of the runway. Extensive use is made of Ted Andrews RAF Buildings with contributions by James Dhaenens, Sidney Schwartz and others. My thanks to them all. Please see the Readme for important information.
If you wish to remove the FSX Hadfield Airfield as it no longer exists then expand the attached files into your Scenery\World\Scenery folder. They will remove bothe the default flatten and default scenery
EGNV Durham Teeside, EGNJ Humberside together withEG0E North Coates and EGNB Brough.All models have complementary road traffic and some have animated animals or birds.If you have TrafficX or MyTrafficX installed you will have instantly populated airfields and airports at these sites. Also included a small traffic file to create movement between Brough and North Coates
Four famous Yorkshire Airfields containing detailed RAF Buildings by Ted Andrews, custom FSX lighting by James Dhaenens, animated gates by Len Hickman & aditional scenery by Ron Jeffers. Also contains extensive tree coverage for the area together with animated birds and moving road traffic.
Updated file 22/12/08. Now contains static scenery by Rick Piper.
Located outside Newbury in southern England this airfield was used by the USAF. In 1958 there was a fire, allegedly involving the destruction of a nuclear weapon. Details are still to some extent classified but many theories abound. The 501st Tactical Missile Wing moved in with Cruise Missiles in 1983 but these were all removed in 1991. The base closed in 1993 and sold for the purpose of returning the land to public use in 1997.
This model is based on the outlines of the runway and taxiways still visible today in aerial photography.
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