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Victoria+ FSX/P3D for FTX Pacific Northwest (PNW) users

Thursday, May 1st, 2014

This long-awaited version of Victoria+, only for PNW users, is now available.



  1. Custom buildings, waterfront and objects for Victoria, BC, Canada Harbour
  2. Custom buildings for the greater Victoria area
  3. Radar domes on Mt. Newton and Mayne Island
  4. Antenna on Mt. Douglas
  5. Corrected locations for many other antennae
  6. Improved landclass over PNW
  7. Airport facilities for:
  • CAP5 Victoria International Floatplane Base
  • CAX6 Ganges Floatplane Base
  • CBF7 Victoria – Camel Point Heliport
  • CBK8 Victoria Jubilee Hospital Heliport
  • CBW7 Victoria General Hospital Heliport
  • CBZ7 Victoria – Shoal Point Coast Guard Heliport
  • CMAP Maple Bay Floatplane Base
  • CMBH Mount Belcher Heliport
  • CYWH Victoria Harbour Floatplane base

AI craft and traffic

  • DHC-2 floatplane and traffic (Harbour Air, Kenmore Air, Pat Bay Air)
  • pilot boat which travels to rendezvous with static freighter, see Larry Robinson’s addons below
  • MV Norwegian Pearl (separate download)
  • Vancouver+ also has flightplans which will populate the Victoria+ area with lots of traffic
  • For Vancouver+ users (which has the Bell 206L model): Canada Coast Guard helicopter

Changes from Version 7

  • Deletion of all San Juan and much of the Gulf Island scenery
  • Compatibility with FTX NA Blue PNW
  • Compatibility with Larry Robinson`s MV Coho vessel and dock
  • Improved Victoria Harbour seawall, now with airphoto data
  • New and improved buildings
  • Updated Ogden Point Terminal with new textures
  • Removal of small boat traffic, alternative is to enable FSX default small boat traffic

Companion Products


Essential for complete coverage

  • Latest version of CYYJ from Don Grovestine is highly recommended, and it will add buildings and docks to CAP5:
  • Larry Robinson’s MV Coho ferry and Belleville St. Ferry Terminal.




  1. pmb
    Thursday, May 1st, 2014 at 1:51 pm

    Really great, Jon, and a million thanks for the ardent work. I am really excited that my most beloved pieces of software make it into Prepar3d2 one by one now. Michael

  2. victor
    Thursday, May 1st, 2014 at 8:55 pm

    jolly good jon…congratulations……yep, it’s vic…i’m still here 🙂

  3. hollandholland
    Monday, May 5th, 2014 at 11:22 am

    Thanks very much Jon. I reallly appreciate your work!

    • Tuesday, May 6th, 2014 at 1:41 pm

      Rob, you rock!

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