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FSX Planner (Parking Spots)

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Hi all,

I got a good idea to add it on FSX Planner.

On this photo you can see i put 8 different parking spots to add them on FSX Planner for all airpots in the world.

All these 8 parking squares shuould be Concrete pads because almost all airports use concrete pads for havy planes.

Anchorage ANC and some other international airpots in the world use these Heavy Cargo parkings spots.

* Japan Airlines Cargo use parking spot (2) in Anchorage ANC.
* All International Cargo Airlines use parking spot (3) in Anchorage ANC.
* Northwest Airlines Cargo use parking spot (4) in Anchorage ANC.
* UPS use parking spot (5) and (6) Anchorage ANC.
* Heavy planes use parking spot (7) and (8) in New York JFK.
* You can find more types of concrete parking spots on Google Earth, just type IATA airport code and you will find more different parking spots of your airport or any airport in the world, all types of parking spots i mean (PAX, Cargo, Combi, Military... then you guice can add them on FSX Planner.

Thanks - I hope all you guice like this idea ! :)
 

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Hi all,

I got a good idea to add it on FSX Planner.

On this photo you can see i put 8 different parking spots to add them on FSX Planner for all airpots in the world.

All these 8 parking squares shuould be Concrete pads because almost all airports use concrete pads for havy planes.

Anchorage ANC and some other international airpots in the world use these Heavy Cargo parkings spots.

* Japan Airlines Cargo use parking spot (2) in Anchorage ANC.
* All International Cargo Airlines use parking spot (3) in Anchorage ANC.
* Northwest Airlines Cargo use parking spot (4) in Anchorage ANC.
* UPS use parking spot (5) and (6) Anchorage ANC.
* Heavy planes use parking spot (7) and (8) in New York JFK.
* You can find more types of concrete parking spots on Google Earth, just type IATA airport code and you will find more different parking spots of your airport or any airport in the world, all types of parking spots i mean (PAX, Cargo, Combi, Military... then you guice can add them on FSX Planner.

Thanks - I hope all you guice like this idea ! :)

This is interesting. At the moment we use different icons for a plane versus verhicle vs fuel parking spots. But we don't differentiate any further than that. I will look at some airports on google earth, as you suggest, to get a better idea of what you are talking about.

Thanks!
-Russell
 
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