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FS2004 Paro International Airport, Bhutan

jtanabodee

Resource contributor
Hi,
Thai Creation is making a new airport. It's not my work but it is my friend's project. Pop is working hard for his favorite airport. Just one screen shot to show, more is coming later.



Regards,
Tic
 
Looking really good indeed! An airport in the middle of the Himalaya moutains is always something very interesting :)
 
they just look AMAZING, good work, will sure fly my ERJ-135 or even my 737-300 to Paro :)

just a questing: i always wanted to know where all Designers get there Sources for there Scenerys, did you visit the Airport, did you have some peoples at the Airport making Photos?
 

jtanabodee

Resource contributor
they just look AMAZING, good work, will sure fly my ERJ-135 or even my 737-300 to Paro :)

just a questing: i always wanted to know where all Designers get there Sources for there Scenerys, did you visit the Airport, did you have some peoples at the Airport making Photos?

I'll answer this for you,Mathias357.

Most of the airports in my projects, I have never been there before. My last project is Samui International Airport which I have either never been there.
I have to look at all the pictures, photos I can find and figure out where those pictures taken. Acompany with satellite photo, I gradually constructed all the scene in my head. Video in you tube helps a lot too.

Some of the airports, the real world captains send us some pictures.


Source of those photos are from; Panoramio.com, Airliners.net, Hflight.net (which is travelling web site). Many, many more sites I cannot remember. It is quite a research there. Moreover, it is difficult to know where those photos are from. Some photos will imply the others where they are. Much like jigsaw in my mind, I think.

It is more fun, belive me, if you have never been there. And finally you construct the whole thing and someone who has been there told you that it is resamble to the real thing. You will be pround of that.
 
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jtanabodee

Resource contributor
You can watch the video that include our airports from Thai scenery design here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4UDqddA47k
VTBS: Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Thailand.
VDSR: Noi Bai International Airport, Vietnam.
VVNB: Seamleap Airport, Cambodia.
VQPR: Paro International Airport, Bhutan.

We'd like to connect more cities in Asia, please stay tune for:
VTSM: Samui International Airport, Thailand

Next project of Pop may be Tribhuvan Airport Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Absolutely wonderful!

One of the most beautiful and interesting scenery projects for FS9.
I can't wait to get it!
 
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