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LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby artuncs » 12 Apr 2019, 18:06

Degerli arkadaslar,

LTFM yeni Istanbul havalimani FS2004 icin yayinlanmistir.

Su an icin ilk on calisma tamamlanarak sizlerin kullanimina sunulmus olmak ile birlikte hizli bir sekilde gelistirilmeye devam edilmektedir. Fs2004 kullanicilarinin test edip, sorunlari yada gelistirilmesini istedikleri kisimlari assagida ki link uzerinden bizlere bildirmelerini rica ederim
https://turkishvirtual.com/public_relat ... act_us.asp

LTFM Fs2004 scenery bizler icin yapan Dominik’e ve LTFM_FSX scenery yapimcisi Hakan DAGHAN’a da bu scenery'i kendi FSX scenery'si uzerinden Dominik’e convert etme izni vermesinden oturu ayrica tesekkur ederim.

FS2004 kullanicilari LTFM scenery'i assagida ki linkten indirebilirler. Tesekkurler.
https://turkishvirtual.com/turkishvirtu ... cenery.asp



*LTFM SCENERY FOR FS2004*

Dear vPilots;

This airport is the 3rd airport in Istanbul and has been built to replace LTBA Ataturk Airport which will shut down the operations after 2020. It was opened
on 29th October 2018 on the day of 95th anniversary of declaration of modern Turkish Republic.

Turkish Virtual Airlines (http://www.turkishvirtual.com) that operates on Vatsim has made a cooperation among its pilots and some other virtual pilots in order to start
flight operations on P3D, FSX, X-plane and FS2004 to LTFM at the same time with the real World operations.

*FS2004 Team*
Dominik - Hakan DAGHAN.

Please read carefully before downloading!
- This sceneries have been prepared as a contribution to the flight sim community and it's totally free.
- They can not be sold by any means, besides, They can be freely downloaded from Turkish Virtual servers, can be freely shared between individual people,
however, they (the P3Dv4.3/X-PLANE/FSX/Fs2004 versions) can not be shared by any virtual airlines or by any organization on internet, on their web sites, on social
groups or whatsoever public internet environments.
- We kindly request from internet organisations to provide a link to Turkish Virtual Airlines (Vatsim) main web page for downloading.
- LTFM Istanbul new airport sceneries for P3Dv4.3, X-PLANE, FSX, FS2004 and other version X-PLANE sceneries can be downloaded free of charge via down below link:
''www.turkishvirtual.com''


Turkish Virtual Airlines • Installations for the FS2004
• Installation is the classic way for the Fs2004,
• Copy the LTFM_Fs9 folder to your Addon Scenery folder,
• Start your Fs2004,
• Click on Scenery,
• Click on Add Area,
• Find and mark the LTFM_Fs9 folder by browsing your scenery,
• Click OK - OK
• That's it.


''This is the best for now we can do. I also had to reduce the amount of things in the ADE files because I ran in FS9 compiler overloads. I had to split the terminal
objects and buildings into more mdl files and put them into Libraries for placing. The had more polys then the compiler wanted.
So please try the scenery and give constructive feedback. Also You are welcome to finish this thing together. Dominik''




All the best
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Re: LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby hgschnell » 14 Apr 2019, 16:10

Thanks a lot for your brilliant scenery of LTFM.

I worked on a scenery of my own, but no buildings, only the usual stuff of ADE9 (runways, taxiways, parkings, aprons, comms and so on).

I found just a few little things you could change if you want:

There is a high voltage power line across the airport.
I excluded it by a SBuilder exclude file.

You have hidden a road by grass rectangles. I found out this road is caused by a maryol_9.bgl of Marmara_LC scenery. I replaced this bgl by a VTPL bgl (SBuilder).

The 45m runways have a different approach lightings than the 60m runways.
I used therefore "ALSF_1" instead of "ALSF_2".

Last a question: Is it possible to create the jetways in a seperate bgl (With ADE or another software?) Perhaps using a fictive overlay airport and modify the resulting XML to delete all besides the Jetways and compile it by XML2BGL?

If you want any of my files, just let me no.
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Re: LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby hgschnell » 14 Apr 2019, 16:13

Forgot the pictures, how can I attach them?
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Re: LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby artuncs » 14 Apr 2019, 19:06

hgschnell wrote:Thanks a lot for your brilliant scenery of LTFM.

I worked on a scenery of my own, but no buildings, only the usual stuff of ADE9 (runways, taxiways, parkings, aprons, comms and so on).

I found just a few little things you could change if you want:

There is a high voltage power line across the airport.
I excluded it by a SBuilder exclude file.

You have hidden a road by grass rectangles. I found out this road is caused by a maryol_9.bgl of Marmara_LC scenery. I replaced this bgl by a VTPL bgl (SBuilder).

The 45m runways have a different approach lightings than the 60m runways.
I used therefore "ALSF_1" instead of "ALSF_2".

Last a question: Is it possible to create the jetways in a seperate bgl (With ADE or another software?) Perhaps using a fictive overlay airport and modify the resulting XML to delete all besides the Jetways and compile it by XML2BGL?

If you want any of my files, just let me no.


Hi there, actually our team are currently working for the next version of Fs2004. It will be coming with all the libraries inside it. And a lot of things will be settled down with the new version.

But, you can send me the files via the link below. I will speak to the team, if needed, they will contact you as well. Is that ok for you?
https://turkishvirtual.com/public_relat ... act_us.asp

Also, uploading a picture on the forum, you need to use a another upload sites then you can use the link on our forums.

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Re: LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby hgschnell » 14 Apr 2019, 19:54

Thanks for the info, I zipped all and sent it by your link
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Re: LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby artuncs » 14 Apr 2019, 20:37

hgschnell wrote:Thanks for the info, I zipped all and sent it by your link


Thank you, I've got the files and I'll pass them through to the team. They'll be in contact with you.
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Re: LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby THY4285 » 15 Apr 2019, 13:36

holy crap my prayers have been heard.
Thank you so much for not forgetting us old fs2004 guys. Your efforts are much much appreciated :clap: :good:
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Re: LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby THY4285 » 16 Apr 2019, 11:50

I have an issue with the ltfm scenery regarding disappearing runway/taxiways.
In the air everything looks fine and boy is that a huge airport 8)
But once you begin your approach and descend, the runway starts to run away from you and disappears completely when touching down. There are no visible taxiways either.
Just wanted to let you know and maybe there will be a fix on the next release.
Thanks again for your hard work :clap:

here a shot:
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Re: LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby hgschnell » 17 Apr 2019, 19:52

hgschnell wrote:...
The 45m runways have a different approach lightings than the 60m runways.
I used therefore "ALSF_1" instead of "ALSF_2".

....


After some thinking I am sure the 45m and the 60m runways will never be in service for landing at the same time. So both approach lights will never be on.
I would let the 45m runways without approach lights...
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Re: LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby THY4285 » 17 Apr 2019, 21:43

I could find out following procedures for ltfm

RWY Restriction
Unless otherwise instructed by ATC, RWYs 16L/34R and 17R/35L are not AVBL for LDG.
RWY 17L/35R is not AVBL for TKOF.
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Re: LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby artuncs » 19 Apr 2019, 12:39

Hi guys, just a quick note, the team are currently working on the new version of Fs2009. Also, I've passed all the issues to the team you've mentioned here.

Dominik says to me;

''Hi,

I just wanted to show that I am still working on this. Only slow progress as 3d modelling takes a lot more time than using model converterX for recompiling to fs9.

I added a picture of my rebuilded Jetway parts. I will make them a library and place them in the sim fitting to the aircraft. If build to a complete Jetway they have only by half the polygons than before. Ok I removed some poly intensive parts like the stair.

regards

Dominik''


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I'm hoping the new version of Fs2004 will be available soon with all corrections made.

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Re: LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby hgschnell » 21 Apr 2019, 15:07

Thanks for all the info and the fine, but hard work!

Perhaps it is possible to place the DMEs on the correct place: together with the glide path sender and not at the LLZ?
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Re: LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby THY4285 » 24 Apr 2019, 13:21

Yo folks how is it going?
I just departed from LTFM on my maiden voyage to Madrid :clap:

I was able to solve the disappearing runway and taxiway by adjusting the airport elevation with afcad editor. :so_happy:

I shall say that the scenery, despite lacking eye candy, is pretty much satisfying for my needs. Thanks to the team for your work i appreciate it very much :*

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Re: LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby jordanianpilot » 08 Jun 2019, 12:49

Hello All,

Any updates with the FS2004 version of LTFM?

I have the current one installed awaiting the newer version with ground markings jetways etc

Awaiting your kind update

Thanks for making this available

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Re: LTFM Istanbul New Airport Scenery for Fs2004

Postby jordanianpilot » 08 Jun 2019, 12:53

Dear All,

Any updates on the development of the Fs2004 version with all the libraries?

Thanks!!

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