FSX Erie Intl Tom Ridge Field
FSX Erie International Tom Ridge Field. Scenery Erie International Airport began as Griswold Field in the early 1920s. It has grown steadily since then. Erie has been well positioned for innovation. It is large enough to give new equipment a fair test but small enough not to cause a major problem if it does not work. Erie got one the first ILS installations in the 1940s. In the early 1970s it was one of the first ASR-7 radar installation sites. In the 1980s It was the first site in the nation to get The ARTS-IIA automation system. Erie in now in the process of adding approximately 2000 (Google Earth measures construction site to 8448) to runway 6-24. The stock incarnation of KERI leaves much to be desired in FSX. A lot of detail has been added or corrected using a Google Earth overlay. The
Show more... re are no photo-real buildings used here. This simulation uses all stock buildings and features available in ADE9X so a little imagination is required. Installation. This scenery is for FSX only. Put the two. bgl files from the downloaded Zip file into the folder~~microsoft flight simulator X Addons sceneryscenery. Hope you enjoy it. Copyright and Distribution This scenery is released as Freeware. Copyright Richard O. Finley. As freeware you are permitted to distribute this archive subject to the following conditions. The archive must be distributed without modification to the contents of the archive. Redistributing this archive with any files added, removed or modified is prohibited. The inclusion of any individual file from this archive in another archive without the prior permission of the author is prohibited. This means, for example, that you may not upload an archive that uses my scenery with your own scenery or include it in a package containing other scenery without first obtaining the authors permission. No charge may be made for this archive other than that to cover the cost of its distribution. If a fee is charged it must be made clear to the purchaser that the archive is freeware and that the fee is to cover the distributors costs of providing the archive. The authors rights and wishes concerning this archive must be respected. Copyright 2012 by Richard O. Finley. All Rights Reserved. Richard O. Finley ksfrofatgmail. com Show less...