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FS2004 Float Plane bases?

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J. Donlon (FloridaFlyer) Trainee

I wonder if anyone has come across Float Plane bases in FS2004? Would be interested in finding a few to polish my skills in following flight rules rather than just landing indiscriminately at any water location.

Thanks, Jay

Pro Member Trainee
usn8ret Trainee

I've been looking for a way to start a flight already on the water with no success. I intend to keep searching though.

Steve

Pro Member First Officer
Riclo First Officer

😎 ALoha to you Both, Try avsim(http://www.avsim.com/) 2004 scenery
page one to start, the bases are in Alaska. Ric

Pro Member Chief Captain
RadarMan Chief Captain

A new one just came out. It looks good.

http://www.abacuspub.com/default.html

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Hitch Trainee

In New York, a place with a name having to do with sports...I can't recall at the moment.

Pro Member First Officer
Paiute First Officer

Seaplane stations are programed into FS 2004-- just like land airports.
They are indicated on sectional charts by an "anchor" symbol. One such seaplane station is on the Chicago sectional, about 10 south of Madison, Wisconsin. The airport identification code is "99C". Type that code number into FS2004 and you will be placed in the water at Quams Marina,
which is 843 feet above sea level. I have seen a "bunch" of anchor symbols on the sectional charts. Pick out some of them and start your seaplane flight from the water.

Glenn 🙄

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