FS2004 CYWG James Richardson International Airport - Winnipeg Manitoba Canada

Exchange Petroleum Shell Aerocentre.... So much glass I had to do the interior of the lounge. The rock garden will eventually have some small trees. Finish off with a view of the Exchange Income Corporation cluster of buildings (Calm Air, Perimeter, Shell Aerocentre), museum and Manitoba Government Air Services hangar. Just about finished this sector of the airport.

Greg

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Exchange Petroleum Shell Aerocentre.... So much glass I had to do the interior of the lounge. The rock garden will eventually have some small trees. Finish off with a view of the Exchange Income Corporation cluster of buildings (Calm Air, Perimeter, Shell Aerocentre), museum and Manitoba Government Air Services hangar. Just about finished this sector of the airport.

Greg

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One Word.... Awesome! cant wait for this to be released. Thank You Greg for your work!
 
Woow... what a tremendous work so far! You've treated the scenery the real best way a scenery can be designed for FS9 these days... I really appreciate, that you still stick on it, when most people changed to P3D V4 allready.
Keep it coming! Can't wait to see the end result. It's coming together that beautiful! And the best of all is, it is still a freeware project... Awesome! I feel like, this should really become a Payware project. Apart from all the work, the time and the professionalism and effort of the texturing you put in it! It's a real masterpiece of your work for fs9.

This should be a real pleasure to fly the Saab 340 of Calm Air in and out of Winnipeg.
 
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And finally, some static aircraft. I am very pleased to announce that David Rawlins (AI Aardvark) has built me a static model of the Canadair CL-215 water bomber. The government of Manitoba has seven of these aircraft, which are easily spotted parked around Winnipeg airport. I am very grateful to David for volunteering to build such a high quality model for my scenery.
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An AI traffic version of the model was recently put in the two main flight simulation libraries.

I have posed the models where they are often tied down and put a couple of them in the Manitoba government hangar.

Happy Christmas to those who celebrate it and best wishes to everyone in 2019.

Greg
 
Very awesome! I am so proud that even the engine test facilities were simulated in your scenery... that's quiet a realistic scenery now... love for David for volunteering for the CL-215's... that's a hell of a good work together!

Can't wait to have this scenery... i am curiouse to take a look at it all once i have it integrated in my sim!

Merry Christmas to you and your family and all those who celebrate it out there in canada and all over the world!
 
Those Cl215's in the hangar look pretty sweet! Nice job as always, and thank you for waking up David and his modeling skills! Been a nice treat.

Greg
 
I took a break from airport buildings to model the Skymark 10,000 gallon commercial aviation refueler, which is commonly seen on the terminal ramp at CYWG. The model is quite detailed for a static object so it was built with multiple LODS.
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Still getting better and better... i am stunned and really overwhelmed about your love to include such an amount of details and so well textured... I can't wait for the release...

One of a hell of a masterpiece of your Scenery Creation... Just jawdropping wooooow... Awesome!! Love it!

Btw. will this refueler be retrievable in FS9 to fill the tanks of our planes we fly?
Like some sort of Aerosoft AES-like capability (but just freeware)... that would be awesome... or will it even be compatible with AES? Or only a static object, cruising around on the Apron Grounds?
What will be the intended idea behind the scenes of this refueler?
 
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