Burke Lakefront Airport / Cleveland

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  1. fab06

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    I get error message so unable to watch.

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    Good work! Did you use the Lidar data?
     
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    It's a nice touch, but the runways @ BKL are too short to land a 747 on, and if you happen to land it (minimum weight is a necessity), good luck trying to take back off.
     
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    yes , of course 747 landing at Cleveland-Hopkins airport and not at burke lakefront airport but it's for decoration of the airport :cool:
     
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    If they decorated Brands Hatch with a BOAC 747 in real life, there's no reason one can't be used at any airport. Hmm, reminds me of when a 747 landed at Troutdale airport when they were aiming for the Portland airport... missed by about 5 miles and they had to move the plane the hard way since there isn't enough takeoff room for the 747 at Troutdale.
     
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    Why are people white knighting this? It won't change the facts, and you are just derailing the thread.
     
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    looks awesome to me. looking forward to throwing an Indycar around here
     

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