Current Version 1.0.2
Initial Release 04. January 2021
Last Updated 25. January 2021
File Size 35.64 KB
Downloads 1,349

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Sequim Valley Airport (W28) is a privately owned, open for public use airport and residential airpark located in the rain shadow of the Olympic Mountains, three miles northwest of sunny Sequim, Washington.

The airport is a stone throw away from Sekiu (11S), Friday Harbor (KFHR), Orcas Island (KORS) making for some very interesting flights to the San Juan Islands, Olympic Range (see Mt. Olympus at 8000ft) and Juan de Fuca strait.

Seattle is 50nm and Mt. Rainier is 80nm, both at roughly 120° out of W28
Mt. Baker, Eldorado Peak and Glacier Peak east of Penn Cove VOR (CVV, 50° 20nm).
Another very scenic flight is to start from ORBX OG20 (Fairways Airport, freeware) and navigate either the coast or do VOR navigation.

Airport Information
  • https://sequimvalleyairport.com/
  • https://sequimvalleyairport.com/about-us/ (runway and important obstruction information)
  • https://www.airnav.com/airport/W28
  • AVGAS available near the main hangar
  • Lighted windsock
  • Beacon: white-green (lighted land airport)
About the scenery
The download is small because I'm using regular SDK objects.
I removed also WN23 (Grand View International) as that small grass strip is no longer operational.
In real life there are two windsocks, a regular Windsock and a Wind Tetrahedron but I'm not good in 3D modeling and I'm not able to create a 3D model that interacts with the ingame wind.

Pretty empty over here.


Pretty empty over here.

  • Version 1.0.2 January 25, 2021

    - fixed "overwrite taxi names" in console messages, this is a minor error due to a bug in the SDK when adding map stars to an airport. Sorry for the inconvenience

  • Version 1.0.1 January 04, 2021

    * replaced windsock object form proprietary library
    * added some details as per real users of the airport

  • Launched January 04, 2021

    Initial release of this file just launched. Welcome aboard!