1WA6 Fall City Airport Fall City is an unincorporated area in King County, Washington, United States. Located 26 miles (42 km) ENE of Seattle-Tacoma, the community lies along the Snoqualmie River. The population is about 2,000. First settlements in the area were two forts: Patterson and Tilton. A historical marker can be found north of Fall City on the Fish Hatchery Road where Fort Tilton once stood. Today, Fall City is a bedroom community to the high tech industry of the Seattle metropolitan area with large suburban estates. Fall City Airport (FAA-LID: 1WA6) is a small private airport community located roughly 2 miles (3 km) to the east of the city and owned by the local Airport Association. The asphalt-turf-runway at an elevation of 43 meters (140 ft) is approximately 630 meters long and has a width of only 7.5 meters. The usual approach from the west is restricted by two groups of trees and in the east by a high-tension line – be careful! There are three reasons for making this scenery: The default X-Plane airport is completely displaced and I remember a very fine scenery, once upon a time made for FSX; reason number three is the rural area of King County. The Aerocache of this package is the complex of Snoqualmie Valley Alliance Church ... well-hidden, so tell me if you've found it. You can improve your framerate by reducing the stuff to be drawn in X- Plane settings. The package was tested with X-Plane 11 beta and should be working without any problems. Don't forget to install the following libraries: Open Scenery X ff_library R2_Library RescueX_Lib ruscenery The_Handy_Objects_Library If you do not already have the libraries used in this package, you may find download links in the Master Library List:  http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?app=downloads&showtopic=90776
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1WA6 Bird's view 1WA6 Apron 1WA6 Hangars 1WA6 Rural King County 1WA6 State Washington, near Seattle The Aerocache of this scenery 1WA6 with light spill (visible in X-Plane 10 & 11 only)
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