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PanAmerican Captain

While searching avsim for some new airport scenery, I came across this this very, very, very detailed Bacolod scenery.

It includes the following:
1. Air Traffic controllers moving inside the tower. 2. Detailed baggage carts moving from the cargo section to the ramp. 3. Moving passengers walking from the Bacolod Airport Pre-Departure Area to the aircraft airstairs. 4. Moving shrubs and palmtrees – in unsynchronized swaying motion. 5. Four moving Cebu Pacific buses transferring passengers from the ramp to the Cebu Pacific terminal building. 6. Moving wind instruments above the control tower such as the wind vane and the rotating beacon lights. 7. Moving firetrucks which will move forward and backward every now and then when aircrafts land and takeoff. 8. A flock of swallows and gamebirds frolicking and flying throughout the airport vicinity waiting for an engine ingestion which will make your approach much more challenging. 9. A traffic of buses, cars, and jeepneys along Araneta Street which will make your Runway 22 approach much more realistic. 10. Rocking fishing boats and bancas located along the Approach path of Runway 04. All of these make GMAX BACOLOD SUPERSCENERY very, very realistic. And because it’s made from Discreet’s GMAX, you’ll be assured of light framerate hits. Some of the features included in the scenery are the following: 1. Robinson’s Metro Bacolod Mall infront of the Bacolod Airport terminal. 2. Cebu Pacific Terminal building. 3. Asian Alcohol Hangar. 4. Jalandoni Hangar. 5. Palmas del Mar Water Tower. 6. Gumayan Air Charter Hangar, Negros Air Hangar 7. The famous and controversial Sugarland Hotel whose 4th storey level was ordered by the late ATO Chief Panfilo Villaruel be trimmed down due to Runway 22 obstruction. In the scenery, the location of the hotel is accurate and you can really determine whether Sugarland Hotel is really an obstruction to Runway 22 approach. To make this much more realistic, I activated the crash detection on the building so that aircrafts approaching Runway 22 can crash to the building when necessary or if incidents permit. 8. Goldenfield Garden Hotel which is now converted to Bacolod Casino Hotel. 9. Goldenfield Entertainment Complex. 10. Bacolod Convention Plaza. 11. Gaisano City-Bacolod 12. Bacolod Public Plaza with its bandstand. 13. Bacolod Cathedral Building.

However, there is a small flaw with the scenery. The stock runway is still there. I fixed that problem by changing the old runway surface to grass, and removing the markings.

Link to the download: https://flyawaysimulation.com/downloads/files/2904/fs2004-gmax-bacolod-scenery/

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hinch Chief Captain

oo that hurt the frames!

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PanAmerican Captain

It didn't hurt my FPS. FS ran very smooth on my PC.

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Alec Stelloh (Thunderbirdman2) First Officer

where is that located i wanna fly there

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VegasFlyer Chief Captain

I guess it's in the Philippines 😕

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Alec Stelloh (Thunderbirdman2) First Officer

ahhh ok

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KevinTsai First Officer

PanAmerican wrote:

While searching avsim for some new airport scenery, I came across this this very, very, very detailed Bacolod scenery.

It includes the following:
1. Air Traffic controllers moving inside the tower. 2. Detailed baggage carts moving from the cargo section to the ramp. 3. Moving passengers walking from the Bacolod Airport Pre-Departure Area to the aircraft airstairs. 4. Moving shrubs and palmtrees – in unsynchronized swaying motion. 5. Four moving Cebu Pacific buses transferring passengers from the ramp to the Cebu Pacific terminal building. 6. Moving wind instruments above the control tower such as the wind vane and the rotating beacon lights. 7. Moving firetrucks which will move forward and backward every now and then when aircrafts land and takeoff. 8. A flock of swallows and gamebirds frolicking and flying throughout the airport vicinity waiting for an engine ingestion which will make your approach much more challenging. 9. A traffic of buses, cars, and jeepneys along Araneta Street which will make your Runway 22 approach much more realistic. 10. Rocking fishing boats and bancas located along the Approach path of Runway 04. All of these make GMAX BACOLOD SUPERSCENERY very, very realistic. And because it’s made from Discreet’s GMAX, you’ll be assured of light framerate hits. Some of the features included in the scenery are the following: 1. Robinson’s Metro Bacolod Mall infront of the Bacolod Airport terminal. 2. Cebu Pacific Terminal building. 3. Asian Alcohol Hangar. 4. Jalandoni Hangar. 5. Palmas del Mar Water Tower. 6. Gumayan Air Charter Hangar, Negros Air Hangar 7. The famous and controversial Sugarland Hotel whose 4th storey level was ordered by the late ATO Chief Panfilo Villaruel be trimmed down due to Runway 22 obstruction. In the scenery, the location of the hotel is accurate and you can really determine whether Sugarland Hotel is really an obstruction to Runway 22 approach. To make this much more realistic, I activated the crash detection on the building so that aircrafts approaching Runway 22 can crash to the building when necessary or if incidents permit. 8. Goldenfield Garden Hotel which is now converted to Bacolod Casino Hotel. 9. Goldenfield Entertainment Complex. 10. Bacolod Convention Plaza. 11. Gaisano City-Bacolod 12. Bacolod Public Plaza with its bandstand. 13. Bacolod Cathedral Building.

However, there is a small flaw with the scenery. The stock runway is still there. I fixed that problem by changing the old runway surface to grass, and removing the markings.

Link to the download: https://flyawaysimulation.com/downloads/files/2904/fs2004-gmax-bacolod-scenery/

I saw a clip on Gatwick Airport that is very similar to the one you're talking about. Take a look:

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Alec Stelloh (Thunderbirdman2) First Officer

wow thats good stuff

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VegasFlyer Chief Captain

KevinTsai wrote:

I saw a clip on Gatwick Airport that is very similar to the one you're talking about. Take a look:

It's a nice video but it requires a beast inside a computer to run it smoothly 😉

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RadarMan Chief Captain

The most detailed video I've ever seen, he's very good at cutting and the music fit perfectly.

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Immanuel Guest

Woow man.. Where do you get all those airliners that the computer sontrols. Can you give a link with those airliners?

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bbonsignor Trainee

i found the airport on flytampa.com but it is $21.50 USD.

Samantha Guest

Gumayan Air Charter Hangar, Negros Air Hangar

This is my dad's family business before

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KevinTsai First Officer

The London Gatwick movie isn't made by me. It was from someone else.

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Dan Young (dannyboy2005) First Officer

I saw a clip on Gatwick Airport that is very similar to the one you're talking about. Take a look:

Can i ask: Why 1:18 seconds into the video it shows a plane comming into land, with the airbreaks deployed and it looks like it has no flaps set 😂 😉

Eyes like a hawk 😳

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KevinTsai First Officer

dannyboy2005 wrote:

I saw a clip on Gatwick Airport that is very similar to the one you're talking about. Take a look:

Can i ask: Why 1:18 seconds into the video it shows a plane comming into land, with the airbreaks deployed and it looks like it has no flaps set 😂 😉

Eyes like a hawk 😳

I don't know. I didn't make this video and I don't know how to make a flightsim video. I have fraps, but it's only a 30-second demo version-what use of that?

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ceetee Chief Captain

REAL NZ Wellington is the best airport scenery I have ever seen.

Custom moving ground vehicles, amazing terminal and building models, the gates actually move up to your aircraft door, plus photoreal scenery of the whole city with custom CBD buildings! 😳

Check it out here: http://windowlight.co.nz/realnzwgtn.html

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pilatflyr First Officer

Mega Airport Frankfurt is the best in th eworl for that place. It has downtown scenery, crazy detailed airport scenery, complete with traffic, and it'll slash your framerates into pieces

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