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The Airport Guys Myrtle Beach For FSX
The Airport Guys release Myrtle Beach 2012 for FSX the first fully detailed scenery of Myrtle Beach International Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Myrtle Beach and the surrounding "Grand Strand" area is one of the most popular vacation destinations on the east coast, bringing in nearly 15 million visitors every summer. The Myrtle Beach area is a host to a vast array of shows, attractions, conventions; and is a hugely popular golf destination with over 250 courses in the area.
Originally the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, the airport began commercial operations as a joint-use airfield known as the Myrtle Beach Jetport. The commercial facility was renamed the Myrtle Beach International Airport in 1989, and the aifield became fully civilian in 1993, the Air Force flight line facilities having since been converted into the general aviation complex, and the rest of the base turned into a variety of homes and shops known as The Market Common. In recent years, there has been an explosion of new developments on the airport. The old base operations building used as the general aviation terminal has been replaced with a new state of the art facility; and the huge increase in passengers has necessitated the expansion of the airline terminal. The airport is serviced by several major carriers and their regional partners, as well as a selection of low-cost and charter airlines.
The Airport Guys' rendition of Myrtle Beach International Airport includes all of the newest real-world upgrades to the airfield; and the scenery will cater well to pilots of airliners, props, business jets, cargo flights, and even military operations. For more information, check out The Airport Guy's website.
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