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Newcastle International Airport is situated in the area of Newcastle upon Tyne, England, about 6 miles north of the city centre. Newcastle International was rated the 11th busiest airport in the UK, and the second busiest in Northern England, with Manchester coming first, handling over 4.8 million passengers.
The airport is owned by seven local authorities: City of Newcastle, City of Sunderland, Durham County Council, Gateshead MBC, North Tyneside MBC, Northumberland County Council and South Tyneside MBC. Copenhagen Airport sold the stake in Newcastle to AMP Capital, which is an Australian based investment company.
Newcastle airport was opened on 26th July 1935 and was known back then as Woolsington Aerodrome – the airport was opened by Sirt Phillip Cunliffe-Lister, Secretary of State for Air. At this time, the airport consisted of one clubhouse, one hangar, few workshops, a fuel garage and a single grass runway with a building cost of around £35,000.
150 square km of custom Landclass
Custom ground polygon
FTX Global & Default Compatibility
SODE controlled jetways (1.5.2)
All tower interiors
3D Grass edging
3D Approach lights
St Mary’s Lighthouse
“Dynamic Effect” ground lighting
Custom terrain model (Landside car park)
Windows® XP Service Pack 2 or later
2.0 Ghz or higher (single core)
2 GB 記憶體
DirectX®9 compliant video card or greater, 256 MB video RAM or higher, Shader Model 1.1 or higher (Laptop versions of these chipsets may work but are not supported. Updates to your video and sound card drivers may be required)
30 GB 可用空間
Broadband internet connection required for multiplayer features
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