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|FSX Scenery--Custer Airport (ICAO: KTTF, FAA LID: TTF), sometimes referred to as Monroe Custer Airport, is a city-owned public airport located in the city of Monroe in Monroe County, Michigan (MI). The airport opened in November 1946 and was named for George Armstrong Custer, who spent much of his early life in Monroe. Custer Airport is able to accommodate a large variety of aircraft, including single engine aircraft, twin engine aircraft, and business jets such as the Cessna Citation and Learjet. The airport has personal hangars that house approximately 45 airplanes and a large hangar that houses several corporate aircraft as well as the Monroe Aviation School of Flight and Monroe Aviation Aircraft Maintenance. Created using Instant Scenery 2. AI Aircraft included. By John B. Loney, Jr.|
Scenery--Custer Airport for FSX Readme
CUSTER AIRPORT KTTF, MONROE, MIBy John B. Loney, Jr.
July 5, 2010
WHAT YOU NEED:
The following if a list of libraries needed for this scenery.
Any zip filename more than 8 characters long will be available from Avsim.com. The rest are available from flightsim.com. My library objects are available from the website listed below.
loneys_ez_scenery.zip by John B. Loney, Jr...............................www.lfssd.net
esdg_ramplight_rwy12.zip by Bill Leaming.................................avsim.com
ezhangers.zip by Dennis Waggoner.........................................avsim.com
ezlrghg.zip by Sidney Schwartz...........................................flightsim.com
rwy12_lib2_v1.2.zip by Rwy12 Team........................................avsim.com
rwy12_lib1_v1.2.zip by Rwy12 Team........................................avsim.com
peepslib.zip by Geoff Williams. Original Textures by Martin Strong.......flightsim.com
lens_ez_scenery.zip and lens_ez_scenery_textures.zip by Len Hickman......avsim.com
ezgahng2.zip by Sidney Schwartz..........................................flightsim.com
ga_planes_1.zip or gaplane1.zip by Seev Kahn repackaged by Steve Ziegler.avsim.com
parklrgs.zip by Sidney Schwartz..........................................flightsim.com
Unzip custer_airport_fsx.zip to a temporary folder. Since you are reading this readme file, you must have already done that. You should see 3 zip files, custer_airport_fsx_scenery.zip, custer_airport_ai_aircraft.zip and screenshots_fsx.zip. Also you should see this readme file, the FILE_ID.DIZ file and the Readme.doc file. Finally you should see 2 .jpg files, kttf_1_fsx.jpg and kttf_6_fsx.jpg.
Check your file structure in your Windows Explorer. If your FS setup is like the following, then all you need to do is unzip custer_airport_fsx_scenery.zip to the drive where your FS is located. Unzip custer_airport_ai_aircraft.zip to a temporary folder and manually move the aircraft folders to the SimObjects\Airplanes folder.
Using the folder feature in your zip program, the scenery files will be placed in the FS\Addon Scenery folder under Custer Airport KTTF.
Start FS and navigate to 'Scenery Library' via the 'Settings' menu. Select 'Add Area' and activate the scenery in the usual manner. You can now proceed to the airport.
If your file structure is not like that mentioned above, then unzip the zip files to a temporary folder and manually move the Custer Airport KTTF folder to wherever you keep your add-on scenery, then activate the scenery in FSX. Then unzip the zip files containing the ai aircraft to a temporary folder and manually move all the aircraft to the FS\SimObjects\Airplanes folder. There are 5 ai aircraft included in this package created by yours truly.
Enjoy your flight.
ABOUT THE AIRPORT:
Custer Airport (ICAO: KTTF, FAA LID: TTF), sometimes referred to as Monroe Custer Airport, is a city-owned public airport located in the city of Monroe in Monroe County, Michigan. The airport opened in November 1946 and was named for George Armstrong Custer, who spent much of his early life in Monroe. Custer Airport is able to accommodate a large variety of aircraft, including single engine aircraft, twin engine aircraft, and business jets such as the Cessna Citation and Learjet. The airport has personal hangars that houses approximately 45 airplanes and a large hangar that houses several corporate aircraft as well as the Monroe Aviation School of Flight and Monroe Aviation Aircraft Maintenance.
Airport Operational Statistics:
Aircraft based on the field: 45
Single engine airplanes: 35
Multi engine airplanes: 10
Aircraft operations: avg 62/day *
50% transient general aviation
50% local general aviation
* for 12-month period ending 31 December 2007
ABOUT THE SCENERY:
About a year ago I received a request for this airport specifically for FSX. I decided to design the airport for FS9 as well. So, if you are running both FS versions, you can download the FS9 version from Flightsim.com, Avsim.com or www.lfssd.net.
David "Opa" Marshall for his usual insight and invaluable advice.
Konstantin Kukushkin for his Instant Scenery 2 Object Placement program
The above-mentioned authors for their scenery objects and aircrafts.
All the Flight simmers who have flown my scenery and aircraft designs.
Brad Burgeson for suggesting the airport.
Legal stuff. Copyright and Distribution
The Copyrights of the items used in this scenery are property of the respective authors and are in full force on behalf of those authors. If I have infringed on any of the copyrights by including the items viewed in this scenery in the upload file, it was purely unintentional and I do sincerely apologize. I have acknowledged and given credit to all the persons associated with each aircraft in the scenery to the best of my knowledge. Also, I do appreciate the permissions I did receive from some of the authors. I felt is helps the end user when certain items in a scenery can be uploaded with the scenery. An honest attempt has been made to acknowledge and give credit to those whose works contributes to this scenery.
This scenery is freeware. Copyright John B. Loney, Jr. You do not have my permission to make any monetary gain from this scenery. It started out as freeware and it shall remain freeware.
This scenery should only be distributed from/to one of the following three websites:
Flightsim.com, AVSIM.com or lfssd.net.
Written request to distribute this scenery and/or it's components to any other website will be considered on an individual basis.
This scenery can be bundled with any modification to the scenery as long as the proper credit is given to the authors of the scenery and components of the scenery and the original readme file is included with the modification.
- The author's rights and wishes concerning this archive must be respected.
Copyright (c) 2010 by John B. Loney, Jr. All Rights Reserved.
I do not accept any responsibility for any damage to any system as a result of running this software.
As usual, I welcome any comments. I will try to answer as many as I can.
[email protected] www.lfssd.net
Have fun and enjoy.