Bosaso airport (Somalia) P3Dv4/FSX

#1
Hi All,

Thank you for reviewing our plea for help at this time of times. We are looking for interested developers to create Bosaso airport which is busy hub in Somalia. There are daily flights with A320s, B737s and Dash8s.
The airport is largely one runway airport with a small apron and beautiful surrounding scenery. We believe this could be a fantastic opportunity to create one of world's unique scenery.
The project was asked exclusively by Somali airlines virtual group who are currently seeking a long term relationship with fs developers to see the development of other sceneries.

Project objectives are below
- Render the airport administration building in sketchup, 3ds or any other 3D modelling software.
- Change the runway to asphalt and create the taxiways and parking tarmac as in real life.
- Photo realistic scenery for the city and surrounding mountains.

Thanks for viewing our request :)

Thank you,
Skippy,
 

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#2
Certainly a unique airport! I don't really understand why they decided to build the terminal 1km away from the apron, doesn't really make sense. Anyways, i would be happy to work on this airport as as freeware release if i had the time. An airport like this can be finished in about a week of work. Sadly, with exams and ongoing projects I don't have the time to work on it right now.
 
#3
Certainly a unique airport! I don't really understand why they decided to build the terminal 1km away from the apron, doesn't really make sense. Anyways, i would be happy to work on this airport as as freeware release if i had the time. An airport like this can be finished in about a week of work. Sadly, with exams and ongoing projects I don't have the time to work on it right now.
To be honest I do not understand either why you would build the terminal 1km away from the apron. Yes that's exactly my point it is relatively a short project nothing to fancy to be honest. I can understand you are tight at the moment.
However I appreciate your words and time to have reviewed this project :) I wish you good luck with exams and other projects. Let's hope someone picks this up soon :)
 

=rk=

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#4
It is probably a matter of geography. The elevation at the tarmac is only 23' while the ground is almost 10 feet higher. You can see there is some sort of hard stand that runs directly from the terminal to the east end of the runway.
 
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