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Canadian Xpress® Lockheed Martin Prepar3D Add-On Scenery
The following add-on sceneries are made available exclusively to Canadian Xpress® pilots for Lockheed Martin Prepar3D and enhance default P3D airports.

All scenery is listed in alphabetical order by ICAO code and documentation for these easy to install add-ons is included in each individual scenery package.

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P3D Base Object Scenery Library
This base package contains all the scenery objects that are used with all our add-on scenery and must be installed in order for our add-on scenery to work properly with Lockheed Martin Prepar3D.
Fox Harbour (CFH4)
Fox Harbour Airport (CFH4) is a privately owned airport located 1.5 nm north of Fox Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada on the shore of Northumberland Strait.

It was built as part of the Fox Harbour Resort, owned by Ron Joyce. After completion of the airport, the nearby Tatamagouche Airport also owned by Ron Joyce was closed.
Belleville (CNU4)
Belleville (CNU4) is located 1.8 NM (3.3 km) east of Belleville, Ontario and has one grass landing strip (Runways 08 & 26).
Woodstock (CPR5)
Woodstock Airport (CPR5) is an airport located 2.9 miles outside of Woodstock, Ontario, Canada.

It is commonly called the Woodstock Flying Club due to the size of the airport.
Les Cedres (CSS3)
Les Cedres (CSS3) is a general aviation aerodrome located approximately 30 km (19 mi) west of Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

The aerodrome is owned and operated in real life by Laurentide Aviation.
Kangirsuk (CYAS)
Kangirsuk Airport (CYAS) is located less than 1 nm east of Kangirsuk, Quebec, Canada and is served by Air Inuit.
Kuujjuarapik (CYGW)
Kuujjuarapik Airport (CYGW) is located adjacent to the Inuit community of Kuujjuarapik, Quebec, Canada. It also serves the nearby Cree community of Whapmagoostui and is served by Air Inuit.
Ivujivik (CYIK)
Ivujivik Airport (CYIK) is located on the shore of Hudson Bay in Ivujivik, Quebec, Canada and is served by Air Inuit.
Kangiqsujuaq (CYKG)
Kangiqsujuaq Airport (CYKG) also known as Wakeham Bay airport is located less than 1 nm southeast of Kangiqsujuaq, Quebec, Canada and is served by Air Inuit.
Schefferville (CYKL)
Schefferville Airport (CYKL) is located adjacent to the community of Schefferville, Quebec, Canada and is operated by Société aéroportuaire de Schefferville & is served by Air Inuit.
Akulivik (CYKO)
Akulivik Airport (CYKO) is located 1.5 NM southwest of Akulivik, Quebec, Canada which is located on the Western or Hudson Bay side of the Ungava Peninsula and is served by Air Inuit.
Umiujaq (CYMU)
Umiujaq Airport (CYMU) is located near the town of Umiujaq, Quebec, Canada and is operated by the Kativik Regional Government & is served by Air Inuit.
Ekati (CYOA)
Ekati Airport (CYOA) is located at the Ekati Diamond Mine, Northwest Territories, Canada and is operated by BHP Billiton Canada Inc. Prior permission is required to land except in the case of an emergency. It is a busy aerodrome with blasting in the area and barren-ground caribou may be found on the runway.
Inukjuak (CYPH)
Inukjuak Airport (CYPH) is located adjacent to Inukjuak, Quebec, Canada and is operated by the Kativik Regional Government & is served by Air Inuit.
Puvirnituq (CYPX)
Puvirnituq Airport (CYPX) is located 1 nm north of Puvirnituq, Quebec, Canada and is currently served by Air Inuit.
Sanikiluaq (CYSK)
Sanikiluaq Airport (CYSKL) is located at Sanikiluaq, Nunavut, Canada, and is operated by the Government of Nunavut. It is one of the few airports in Nunavut that uses magnetic headings for the runway rather than true headings & is served by Air Inuit.
Tuktoyaktuk (CYUB)
Tuktoyaktuk (CYUB) or Tuktuyaaqtuuq (Inuvialuktun: it looks like a caribou) is located on Kugmallit Bay, near the Mackenzie River Delta on the Arctic tree line of the Northwest Territories, Canada. Commonly referred to simply by its first syllable Tuk, the settlement lies north of the Arctic Circle on the shore of the Arctic Ocean.

The airport is classified as an airport of entry by NAV Canada and is staffed by the Canada Border Services Agency. CBSA officers at this airport currently can handle general aviation aircraft only, with no more than 15 passengers. There are regular flights going and arriving into the airport mostly arriving from Inuvik.
Salluit (CYZG)
Salluit Airport (CYZG) is located near the community of Salluit, Quebec, Canada. There are no roads into Salluit so the airport provides the only means for the residents to access southern Quebec.

Scheduled service is provided by Air Inuit using Twin Otter and Dash 8 aircraft several times a week.
Christmas Island (PLCH)
Kiritimati or Christmas Island is a Pacific Ocean atoll in the northern Line Islands and part of the Republic of Kiribati. The island has the greatest land area of any coral atoll in the world and is well known for its world class bone fishing. It also has excellent bird watching and surfing opportunities.

It lies 232 km (144 mi) north of the Equator, 6,700 km (4,200 mi) from Sydney, and 5,360 km (3,330 mi) from San Francisco. Christmas Island is in the world's farthest forward time zone, UTC+14, and Christmas Island is the first inhabited place on Earth to experience the New Year each year.

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