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  1. Besides, I also would askyou if owuld you do a lot in blank with the same texture you used for your SCAG Airport Road Improvement Project, vol. 1 1.0, I wonder if could you help me to have a multiplop blank lot. Thankyou.

  2. Hi, Great job in the improvement of Airport roads, Thank you. I was wondering, you know I would like to have the antonov 225 in a lot, but ther is only prop planes, and I am not familiar with Lot Editor, wpold you mind to make some lots of antonov planes? thank you and congratulations for your wotk.

  3. Version 1.0

    8,391 Downloads

    Presenting the SCAG Airport Road Improvement Project. SCAG-ARIP is a series of lots meant to improve upon the current selection of lots in SC4. This set includes fifty various airport road lots. This set is primarily made of diagonal lots, connections to vehicle hold back lines, and support for Left-Hand-Drive users. There are placement helpers on the lots to assist users in placing them. This set was made in a coalition project with the AC Team, and thus, will work with the PLT Airport Roads and AC Team base textures. Dependencies: AC MEGA Textures Vol. 1 AC MEGA Props Vol. 2 PLT Airport Roads ACB-VLT Series 2 Included in this package is also a Cleanitol file, readme file, and two images of the lots. For further support or comments, please visit the SCAG Team Room or the SCAG Bugs & General Help thread.
  4. SCAG Boeing 777 Lot Pack

    Version 1.0

    3,220 Downloads

    Presenting the SCAG Boeing 777 Lot Pack! The Boeing 777 project is an extensive project started by pilotdaryl. The Boeing 777 project includes lots and planes for twenty-eight airlines, including each of the major alliance liveries. There are four dependencies for this project to work properly: AC MEGA Textures Vol. 1 SCAG 777 Prop Pack, vol. 1 SCAG 777 Prop Pack, vol. 2 SCAG Mega Dependency Pack For further support or comments, please visit the SCAG Team Room or the SCAG Bugs & General Help thread. Please note: The lots include an extended jetway that is perfectly sized to either go through a terminal or overhang the lot for an extra tile between the terminal and plane. This option is to make this package compatible with the AR project and SCAG-ARIP.
  5. SimCity Aviation Group

    The Boeing 777 project has now been released: SCAG Boeing 777 Prop Pack, vol. 1 SCAG Boeing 777 Prop Pack, vol. 2 SCAG Boeing 777 Lot Pack To those who have followed this project for the past four years, thank you for your patience!
  6. SCAG Boeing 777 Prop Pack, vol. 2

    Version 1.0

    9,109 Downloads

    Presenting the SCAG Boeing 777 Prop Pack, vol. 2. The SCAG Boeing 777 project is an extensive project started by pilotdaryl. This prop pack includes the planes of many airlines, including: Air Austral, Air China, Arik Air, Etihad, EVA Air, Garuda Indonesia, Jet Airways, Korean Air, Pakistan International, TAM Airlines, Thai Airways, Turkish Airlines, V Australia There are no dependencies for this pack, as it is a dependency itself. Following this release will be that of a lot pack for all of the Boeing 777 jets! For further support or comments, please visit the SCAG Team Room or the SCAG Bugs & General Help thread.
  7. SCAG Boeing 777 Prop Pack, vol. 1

    Version 1.0

    6,381 Downloads

    Presenting the SCAG Boeing 777 Prop Pack, vol. 1. The SCAG Boeing 777 project is an extensive project started by pilotdaryl. This prop pack includes the planes of many airlines, including: Air Canada, Air France, Air New Zealand, ANA, Star Alliance, British Airways, OneWorld, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, JAL, SkyTeam, KLM, Philippine, and Singapore There are no dependencies for this pack, as it is a dependency itself. Following this release will be that of a lot pack for all of the Boeing 777 jets! For further support or comments, please visit the SCAG Team Room or the SCAG Bugs & General Help thread.
  8. Show us your Airport - Part 2

    Originally posted by: TekindusT I guess that what bwong was trying to say is where had you taken the buses lotted in this way, with the airport ramp and the markings... And in this moment, they aren't available to be downloaded, isn't it, ShadeSlayer?quote> My version of ARIP (airport roads) is actually in the final scruitineering stage (finally...). If all goes to plan, then it should see an upload by Sunday. In terms of the lot itself, it's just custom made. Nothing special.
  9. Show us your Airport - Part 2

    They're the default SC4 bus.
  10. Show us your Airport - Part 2

    Click on the images to enlarge. Main Terminal (serves Air Canada, Air Canada Jazz, Westjet): Cargo Terminal (serves DHL, UPS, Purolator, Kelowna Flightcraft): Shuttle-to-Plane Terminal [part of Main Terminal] (serves Air Canada Jazz, Central Mountain Air, Horizon Air):
  11. Show us your Airport - Part 2

    Originally posted by: bewilder2 Originally posted by: ShadeSlayer Originally posted by: Korot Where's the taxiway? The ramp lines converge, but not a taxiway in sight. Are you one day going to show us the whole airport, or will you just tease us with some images? Regards, Korotquote> The "taxiway" is a little lower, but technically, those are also taxiways. Smaller airports don't use the full on taxiway system to get airports around, and since this is a smaller airport, it works pretty well. Also, you will see the full airport when it's done, but I'm still waiting on a few things, so that may be a bit. quote> Actually, technically he is right, they are not taxiways, but part of the ramp. Almost always a taxiway will be used for connecting parts of the airfield, and there it is only for access to the gates. Also, if you do want to call it a taxiway, you need edge boundaries for the taxiways, something that is not there. Hence, Korot is right, it is still considered ramp as displayed in the image. Here is an example of a taxiway surrounded totally by concrete. Notice the dashed boundaries denoting the taxiway edges. Here is an example of ramp area. Still used for circulation, there is no dashed edge boundary for the routes. The dashed line in the middle is not a boundary, it is a secondary centerline for large aircraft that cannot fit within the boundaries of the two solid lines due to large wingspan. (see how the line connects to the actual taxiway to the south). The soft white line denotes the boundary between the ramp routes and the gate areas. By veering across the white line, one risks hitting a parked aircraft.quote> And here is an airport the the same general idea I incorporated. Here as well.
  12. Show us your Airport - Part 2

    Originally posted by: Korot Where's the taxiway? The ramp lines converge, but not a taxiway in sight. Are you one day going to show us the whole airport, or will you just tease us with some images? Regards, Korotquote> The "taxiway" is a little lower, but technically, those are also taxiways. Smaller airports don't use the full on taxiway system to get airports around, and since this is a smaller airport, it works pretty well. Also, you will see the full airport when it's done, but I'm still waiting on a few things, so that may be a bit.
  13. Show us your Airport - Part 2

    Here's a bit of a teaser image. Click on the image for full size.
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