I learned to fly at this Class D airport in the Mid-nineties back when Daniel Webster College ran a flight school at the field. At the time, it was one of the busiest small airports in the Northeast, maybe the country.
The airport is located in beautiful Southern New Hampshire, and Asobo definitely got the feel of the area right. It’s a wonderful place to fly, located just south of Mt. Monadnock, centrally located between Cape Cod and the islands and the lakes region of New Hampshire and Maine, so there’s lots of interesting places to fly and plenty of hamburgers and ice cream to be eaten at a wide variety of airports all around.
The hangars of the default rendition of the airport are wayyy too big, it had an incorrectly placed monster beacon, and the airport didn’t feel right at all. So I did my best to replace all the outsized hangars using default hangars in the software. I also added the water tower to the east of the airport that is an important landmark for pattern work and has been in every version of KASH in MSFS since they started having the airport. I have no idea how to use blender to create objects, but, if somebody would like to create some hangars that more closely match the real things I’d be happy to inegrate them in to the scenery (with full credit).
I think I got at least the feel correct, though the look is rather dull color wise. I do plan to continue to update the airport as I get better at airport design in MSFS, such as get rid of the stupid taxi lights on the tarmac, and add appropriate parking spots as the real airport.
I included a couple of captures of the airport from Google Earth (yes, Google has it modeled in 3D), and the last two images show the airport in its default configuration.
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