LHFM Hévíz–Balaton Airport (Sármellék) The Airport of Fertõszentmiklós was built in 1997 and since that time it’s open and ready to receive international traffic. Thanks to the nearness to the Austrian border, many German and Austrian tourists come to visit runway 16/34 (985x23 m asphalt). Three hangars offer an area of 2,000 sqm. Castle visiting is one of the highlights offered by the airport: e.g. Eszterhazy Castle and Széchenyi Castle, 4 and 18 km apart. The Aerocache of this scenery lies in Deutschkreutz, an Austrian market town in the district of Oberpullendorf in the state of Burgenland. Its Hungarian name is Sopronkeresztúr and once it was a real melting pot of Hungarian, German, Croatian and Yiddish population.  The town still offers several historical monuments, among them the parish church, which was completely renovated in 1973/74 by participation of the artist Anton Lehmden, who created the mosaic on the north facade in the style of the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism. A second monument is the castle in the northeast of the town, a mighty complex of four sections with arcades in the courtyard. The castle, which also is a part of this scenery, was once owned by the Hungarian nobility of the Nádashdies, until Frank 3rd Nádashdy was sentenced to death because of his complot against the emperor. His estate was sold to the Earl Esterházy then, was used as barracks by the Soviet occupation troops and sold to Anton Lehmden again, who restaurated it part by part. These two Aerocaches may be found within several minutes by following a course of 271° after takeoff from Meidl Airport. In the north you can see the Fertö-tó, Lake Neusiedl, the largest endorheic lake in Central Europe, 22 miles long, but only 5 ft 11 in deep, surrounded by reeds, serving as a habitat for wildlife (beware of the birds in X-Plane!). In real life the area is closed to pilots. What you need: 3D_people_library The_Handy_Objects_Library world-models OpenSceneryX R2_Library RescueX_Lib
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