Greek Airports Project presents the Araxos Airport which mainly serves the role of a military airbase, but also covers the civil aviation sector linking Peloponnesus and the islands of the Ionian Sea. Based on actual photographs, the scenery also depicts the new civil aviation terminal along with the Patra Aero club installations and all allowable details of the military complex. This is the second version released for the Araxos Airport and includes high quality Gmax objects.
Fly with a Float Plane and discover the natural beauties of Greece. GAP welcomes you to a breathtaking course to the natural beauties of Greece. This time it is not an airport but 8 of the most important Greek lakes, each one of them with special importance.
Greek Airports Project presents one of the most interesting airports found in Greece; King Pyrros / Ioannina Airport (LGIO). The airport is situated 5 kilometers north-west of the city of Ioannina. Fly amongst the mountainous Greek northern region and try one of the most difficult approaches found in Greece. This scenery is designed solely using GMAX components, while roads and autogen scenery has been utilized bringing the most realistic representation possible for the airport and the surrounding area
Greek Airports Project presents the airport of Megara, a general aviation and air force base in Athens, for aircraft and helicopters. The civilian part of the airport was inaugurated on May 2005. The Hellenic Army General Staff ceded a territory of 100 hectares to facilitate a general aviation airport.
In this IMPROVED EDITION that corrects some important problems, Greek Airports Project invites you to discover through simulation, Greece of sea and sun. With the opportunity of the signing of the Decision (protocol nr. 2111.21.11/01/08) which determines the way of operation of amphibious Light Sport Aircraft (LSA when at sea, the idea was born, or to be more precise, an idea long in the minds of the Greek Airports Project team materialized.
Tatoi Airport (LGTT) is an airport located north of Athens, in Decelea. It started operating in 1918 and now it has a single runway of 1764m (without counting the 347m. threshold). The airport is used by the Hellenic Air Force and is the base of Dekeleia Aeroclub. It has also been usen used from many other aeroclubs of Attica. Moreover, Hellenic's Air Force museum is situated at the airport with many old and vintage aircraft.