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CYYJ (2010) Released

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

Don Grovestine has released CYYJ (2010).  Here’s what this offers at no charge:

CYYJ (2010) portrays the Victoria (British Columbia, Canada) International Airport (CYYJ) and surrounding area as it appeared in early 2010, including the Coast Guard station at Pat Bay and the nearby industrial parks. It is fully compatible with Victoria+ (both FS2004 And FSX versions), Ultimate Terrain Canada/Alaska for FS2004 and Ultimate Terrain X – Canada for FSX, other FS9 road and shoreline upgrades for the area and ORBX’s FTX NA Blue. CYYJ (2010) includes aircraft, flight plan and traffic files for a realistic AI scenario other than scheduled airline operations. (Use BC Regional AI – also available from this file library – for scheduled traffic). CYYJ (2010) updates Victoria+ FSX and all earlier versions of standalone CYYJ. Version 5.04 fixes known bugs, includes a few minor enhancements and adds compatibility with ORBX’s new FTX NA Blue Pacific NorthWest offering.

Congrats, Don!

  1. Jayson Wonder
    Sunday, April 25th, 2010 at 8:10 am

    YOur Victoria+ is quite nice. Any idea how to fix the error in the ILS apporach for runway 27?

    • Sunday, April 25th, 2010 at 8:17 am

      Thanks, Jayson! CYYJ (2010) fixes that issue, so download it from AVSIM!

      • Jayson Wonder
        Tuesday, May 4th, 2010 at 4:36 pm

        Hi Jon,

        Just following-up as I have installed CYYJ (2010) as you recommended. Thanks for the advice. I also wanted to mention that I am having another problem that did not go away with the update performed by the install of CYYJ (2010). It is a problem with taxiway, runway, custom signs beign displayed in worong places such as the middle of taxiways. Would you be kind enough to suggest a solution for such a glitch.

        Thanks for your time in advance!

      • Tuesday, May 4th, 2010 at 5:03 pm

        Hi Jayson, Don Grovestine supports CYYJ (2010). Go to his support site for help.
        Happy flying!

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