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Beautiful scenery of Victoria International Airport by Don Grovestine. Fully compatible with Ultimate Terrain X and ORBX NA Blue. Original description below:

CYYJ (2010) is Version 5 of a Microsoft® Flight Simulator (“MSFS”) add-on that portrays the Victoria (British Columbia, Canada) International Airport (CYYJ) and surrounding area, including the Coast Guard complex at nearby Pat Bay. It operates standalone with both Flight Simulator 2004 (FS9) and Flight Simulator X (FSX) and will update the earlier version of CYYJ incorporated in Jon Patch’s and Holger Sandmann’s Victoria+ FSX.


  • an airport definition (AFCAD file) based on high-resolution aerial photos that:
  • accurately places all runways and taxiways
  • displays realistic taxiway and apron markings
  • precisely places all taxiway, runway and approach lights, and
  • drive-through parking for all AI except for those at the main terminal that use the jetways (which now push-back in real-life)
  • a main passenger terminal and about sixty-five other very detailed buildings - all modeled with GMax and “painted” with hand-drawn textures
  • realistic terrain profiles at both ends of Runway 09/27 and at the approach end of Runway 13
  • taxiway and apron signage accurate as to both position and content
  • low-FPS-impact, multi-LOD, ground-hugging perimeter fencing (8’ high chain link with bent top), and
  • AI aircraft and associated flight plans including:
  • representative military and GA traffic
  • vintage aircraft parked at the BC Aviation Museum
  • the Victoria Flying Club C152s and C172s custom painted in their actual “colors” (requires the HTAI Single-prop Cessna package), and
  • when the BC Regional AI package (freeware available from AVSIM, Flightsim and elsewhere) is loaded, airline traffic based on actual schedules

Download courtesy of AVSIM Online. You will need an account there in order to properly download this file:


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