- Approach & Landing in Japan2004 pack 5 combines a series of 8 adventure
programs, 2 Jumbos and enhanced sceneries of 5 airports in Japan.
- Pack 5 has B747-400 and B747SR-100. These models are designed to show
off the highest effect of body surface reflection. The flight models of
these jetliners are made easy to treat, and so even novice pilot would
be able to enjoy flying with them.
- The sceneries of five airports in Japan are enhanced to make them "as
real as it gets" on FS2004. These sceneries include the facility data
of AFCAD2 for AI traffic operating at and around the airports.
- The new East Passenger Terminal Building is now under construction at Tokyo
International Airport and will open as from 01 DEC 2004. In the scenery
of Tokyo, however, it has already been opened earlier than the official
opening of DEC.
- As the name speaks for itself, the included adventure is set to start when
you are flying around 10000ft after the TOD (top of descent). Why not to
depart from any airport of your choice with one of these 5 airports as
your destination. By doing so, you can eliminate the boring segment of
the long-range-simflight which is a part of the flight from TOC to TOD.
- In the adventure, two modes are available for you to choose. A pilot mode
is for one to act as PF (Pilot Flying) and an observer mode is for the
beginner FS2004 fans.
- You'll be handled by ATC exactly in a same manner as to what has been practiced
by actual ATC for the actual air traffic operating at these included five
airports of Japan.
- If you are missing the thrill of the Hong Kong Curve a.k.a Kaitak IGS APCH RWY 13,
this pack 5 is just for you to get. The circling APP to Tokyo and Osaka
remind you of the good old days Hong Kong Curve Approach. Ride on the jump
seat and observe the APCH to TYO RWY 16L and OSA RWY 14R. Then you take
a control of the heavy and make an approach by yourself with your sweaty
- Instrument Approach Charts and Aerodrome Charts (extract from AIP, Japan)
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