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Canadian Xpress® Add-On Scenery
The following add-on sceneries are made available exclusively to Canadian Xpress® pilots and enhances default flight simulator airports.

All sceneries are 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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Base Object Scenery Libraries
These base package contains all the scenery objects that are used with all our add-on scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator X & Lockheed Martin Prepar3D 32 Bit and must be installed in order for our add-on scenery to work properly.

Scenery for Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v4 & v5 do not require base objects.
Santa Barbara (CA97)
Santa Barbara or Christy Airstrip (CA97) is located on Santa Cruz Island off the coast of California and has a 3,500 Ft grass runway.
Whistler (CBE9)
The Whistler Heliport (CBE9) is maintained and operated by the Whistler Heliport Society for the benefit of all helicopter operators conducting operations in the Whistler area. The Society is run on a non-profit basis by employees from local helicopter companies. All funds received are used to operate and improve the Heliport.

Located approximately 125 kilometers (78 mi) north of Vancouver, over two million people visit Whistler annually, primarily for alpine skiing and mountain biking at Whistler-Blackcomb.
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.
Sable Island (CST5)
Sable Island (CST5) is located 300 Km south-east of Halifax, Nova Scotia and is renowned for its wild horses and shipwrecks. It is also an island with a fascinating geology and natural history that reflect the challenge of surviving wind, waves and isolation.

This airport is no longer maintained and in real life is now a helicopter pad which does not exist by default in Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Kangirsuk (CYAS)
Kangirsuk Airport (CYAS) is located less than 1 nm east of Kangirsuk, Quebec, Canada and is served by Air Inuit.
Blue River (CYCP)
Blue River Airport (CYCP) is located adjacent to Blue River, British Columbia, Canada. The Blue River Airport receives 1,001.9 mm (39.44 in) precipitation per year. It is operated by B.C. Highways.
Eureka (CYEU)
Eureka (CYEU) is a small research base on Fosheim Peninsula, Ellesmere Island, Qikiqtaaluk Region, in the Canadian territory of Nunavut. It is located on the north side of Slidre Fiord, which enters Eureka Sound farther west.

It is the secondnorthernmost permanent research community in the world. The only one farther north is Alert and features a 4,802 Ft gravel runway.
Inuvik (CYEV)
Inuvik (Mike Zubko) Airport (CYEV) is located 6.5 NM east of Inuvik, Northwest Territories, Canada.

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 can handle general aviation aircraft only, with no more than 15 passengers. It is also used as a Forward Operating Base for the CF-18 Hornet.
Fredericton (CYFC)
Fredericton International Airport (CYFC) is an airport located in Lincoln, New Brunswick, Canada, 7 Nm southeast of Fredericton is owned by Transport Canada and operated by the Greater Fredericton Airport Authority.

The airport has two runways, one of which is the longest in the Province. Fredericton Airport is the second busiest airport in New Brunswick in terms of passenger levels, after the Greater Moncton International Airport.
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.
Quaqtaq (CYHA)
Quaqtaq Airport (CYHA) is located near Quagtaq, Québec, Canada. Due to the landfill that is located northeast of the runway, birds and dogs may be encountered.
Hamilton (CYHM)
John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport or Hamilton International (CYHM) is an international airport in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. It is named for John C. Munro, a Hamilton Member of Parliament and cabinet minister.

The airport is designed for use by large airplanes on overseas flights, and includes a 10,006 ft asphalt runway with centreline lighting for low-visibility operations, as well as a smaller 6,010 ft asphalt runway. In late 2007, Trade Port Co. and Citi Corp. bought land from the city of Hamilton to expand runway 06/24 to 9,000 ft that is expected to happen sometime between 2015 and 2019. It serves as an alternate and reliever for nearby Toronto Pearson International Airport. The airport is situated 40 mi from downtown Toronto and 6.9 mi southwest of Hamilton.
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.
Pelee Island (CYPT)
Pelee Island Airport (CYPT) is located adjacent to Pelee, Ontario Canada and is classified as an airport of entry by Nav Canada.

It 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.
Puvirnituq (CYPX)
Puvirnituq Airport (CYPX) is located 1 nm north of Puvirnituq, Quebec, Canada and is currently served by Air Inuit.
Moncton (CYQM)
Greater Moncton International Airport (CYQM) is located in the city of Dieppe 4 Nm east northeast of downtown Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada and 2009 it was the 10th busiest airport in Canada by aircraft movements.

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 aircraft with up to 225 passengers. Nevertheless planes as large as the 580 passenger Boeing 747 have been handled.
Resolute Bay (CYRB)
Resolute or Resolute Bay (CYRB) is a small Inuit hamlet on Cornwallis Island in Nunavut, Canada. It is situated at the northern end of Resolute Bay and the Northwest Passage and is part of the Qikiqtaaluk Region.

Resolute is one of Canada's northernmost communities and is second only to Grise Fiord on Ellesmere Island (Alert and Eureka are more northerly but are not considered towns just military outposts and weather stations). It is also one of the coldest inhabited places in the world, with an average yearly temperature of ?16.4°C. Like most northern communities the roads and most of the terrain are all gravel.
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.
St. Catharines (CYSN)
St. Catharines (CYSN) airport is located in the heart of the world famous Niagara Region, ideally positioned for both business and tourists. In addition to the famous Niagara Falls, the region offers historic Niagara-on-the-Lake and its popular Shaw Festival Theatre, an abundance of local wineries with restaurants offering tours and tastings, fine dining, many outstanding golf courses, including the 36-hole Legends course, and Casino Niagara and the new Fallsview Casino Resort.
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.
Saskatoon (CYXE)
Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport (CYXE) is an international airport located 5.6 km (3.5 mi) northwest of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada. The airport is serviced by passenger, courier and air freight operators.

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 can handle aircraft with no more than 200 passengers; however they can handle up to 300 if the aircraft is unloaded in stages.
London (CYXU)
London International Airport (YXU) is located 5 NM northeast of the city of London, Ontario, Canada and in 2009 was the 9th busiest in Canada in terms of aircraft movements.

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 aircraft with no more than 180 passengers; however, they can handle up to 450 if the aircraft is unloaded in stages.
St John's (CYYT)
St John's International Airport (CYYT) is located 3 Nm northwest of Saint John's, Newfoundland, Canada. The airport is part of the National Airports System, and is operated by Saint John's International Airport Authority Inc. Real life Canadian airlines that frequent this airport includes Air Canada and WestJet.
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.
Djerba-Zarzis International (DTTJ)
Djerba-Zarzis International Airport (DTTJ) is located located on the island of Djerba in Tunisia and is serviced by such airlines as Air France, Alitalia and Thomas Cook Airlines.
Trondheim (ENVA)
Trondheim (ENVA) is an international airport located in Stjørdal, 10 nautical miles (19 km; 12 mi) east of Trondheim, Norway. Operated by the state-owned Avinor, in 2009, the airport had 3,424,965 passengers and 54,686 air movements, making it the fourth-busiest in the country.

The airport features a main east?west 2,759-metre (9,052 ft) runway, a disused northwest?southeast 1,472-metre (4,829 ft) runway, an integrated train station and an airport hotel.
El Hierro (GCHI)
El Hierro (GCHI) Airport is located in the Canary Islands and is within the city limits of Valverde, the capital of the island; Valverde, to the north-west of the island, is the financial centre of the island, with an busy social activity.
San Nicolas Island (KNSI)
San Nicolas Island (KNSI) is located on San Nicolas Island, in Ventura County, California.
San Clemente Island (KNUC)
San Clemente Island (KNUC) or Frederick Sherman Field is located on San Clemente Island, in Los Angeles County, California, USA and is the southernmost Channel Island, covering 57 square miles (150 km²). The island is approximately 21 nm (39 km) long and is 4.5 nm (8 km) across at its widest point. It lies 55 nm (102 km) south of Long Beach and 68 nm (130 km) west of San Diego, California.
Felts Field (KSFF)
Felts Field Airport (KSFF) is a public airport located in Spokane, WA serving Spokane County, Washington, USA. The airport has two hard surface runways and one runway on the Spokane River. Felts Field is primarily used for general aviation now, however was Spokane's primary passenger airport before the opening of Spokane International Airport.
Pau Pyrénées (LFBP)
Pau Pyrénées Airport (LFBP) is an airport serving Pau, France and located 10 km (6 miles) northwest of Pau in Uzein, a commune of the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques (named for the Pyrénées mountains and the Atlantic Ocean) and in the real world is served by airlines such as Air France & Ryanair.
Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz (MPPR)
Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz is an international airport located at Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco in Mexico. Located at the Pacific Ocean coast, it receives thousands of tourists all year. It handled 2,535,900 passengers in 2011. The airport is named after President Gustavo Díaz Ordaz.
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.
Sendai (RJSS)
Sendai Airport (RJSS) is a second class airport located in Natori, Miyagi, 8.5 mi south southeast of Sendai Station, Sendai, Japan. The Japanese Imperial Army built Sendai Airport in 1940 in order to use for Kumakaya Army Flight School Masda Branch School Trainee training center.

After the end of World War II, The United States Army took care of the airport until 1956, when it was returned to Japan so The Ministry of Defense and The Ministry of Transport could administer and use it.
Saba Island (SABA)
Saba is the smallest island of the Netherlands Antilles and consists largely of the potentially active volcano, Mount Scenery (877 m), the highest point of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

In 1963 the island had built a 400 meter landing strip for easier trips to the island by flight: Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport. It is reputed to be the shortest commercial runway in the world, and as such, only three models of airplane are known to land there regularly.
Matecaña International (SKPE)
Matecaña International is located in the city of Pereira, Colombia. It connects the Risaralda department of Colombia. It also serves the cities of Armenia, Cartago, and Manizales in emergency situations.

The airport was constructed in 1945. The runway was expanded between 1966 and 1968. It has one cargo ramp built in 1978. The Airport Consists of 2 levels and 2 gates. The airport is operated by Aerocivil has 25 daily departures and arrivals.
Antonio Nariño (SKPS)
Antonio Nariño Airport serves the city of Pasto, capital of the Nariño Department in Colombia. The airport is named for Antonio Nariño.
Taraporto (SPST)
Comandante FAP Guillermo del Castillo Paredes Airport or Tarapoto Airport (SPST) is an airport serving Tarapoto, Peru. It is run by CORPAC S.A., a government-run organization that oversees the management of Peruvian airports. It is the main airport of the San Martin Region, located in the Amazon. It is used by many tourists as a jumping-off point for trips into the jungle. It is currently served by LAN Peru, Star Peru and TACA Peru airlines.
Saint Barthélemy (TFFJ)
Saint Barthélemy (TFFJ) or Gustaf III Airport is served by small regional commercial aircraft and charters. Most visiting aircraft carry fewer than twenty passengers, such as the Twin Otter, a common sight around Saint Barth and throughout the northern West Indies.

The short airstrip is at the base of a gentle slope ending directly on the beach. The arrival descent is extremely steep over the hilltop traffic circle and departing planes fly right over the heads of sunbathers (although small signs advise sunbathers not to lie directly at the end of the runway). The airport is located in the island's second-largest town, St. Jean.

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