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| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu September 29, 2011:|
Isnt this the same airport used for a james bond film ?
| A visitor from - posted Sat July 17, 2010:|
OMG! what an incredible airport! Excelent comment about the landing procedure by the visitor below. Ten stars pic. Regards, Frank
| A visitor from Venezuela posted Thu July 30, 2009:|
You could try X-Plane 9 which actually supports sloped rwys, too bad I don´t have the Europe Scenery
| A visitor from United States posted Mon November 3, 2008:|
"Hey, I have an idea. Let's make a runway, but not just any runway. No, this one will be on the side of a mountain, and we'll angle it so it slopes inconsistently and isn't horizontal!"
| A visitor from Switzerland posted Wed June 4, 2008:|
Great Picture. It's a marvelous, little Airport, and a big experience to start and land on it. (Also in MS-Flightsimulator 2004 - for it is an Airport-scenery-file on avsim.com available.)
| A visitor from Spain posted Sat September 2, 2006:|
| A visitor from Norway posted Tue August 15, 2006:|
Nice place. And look at that sweet little blue helicopter near the house. Not to forget the other helicopter and the plane. All in all a nice pic.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue June 13, 2006:|
It is so different from english landscapes our flying clubs are not quite so remote.
| A visitor from Australia posted Fri April 21, 2006:|
This photo is absolutely amazing wuth the mountains int the background. i love the sight of a little airfield in the middle of these big mountains covered in snow.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed March 1, 2006:|
Couldn't we make getting in and out of here an Olympic sport? ;-)
| A visitor from United States posted Mon February 20, 2006:|
If only the runway in fs2004 was sloped
| A visitor from France posted Thu February 16, 2006:|
The aircrafts land up hill and take off the down hill. Landing on the snow and slope is a great experience. As soon as you're on the ground you put full power again to keep going up to the flat parking area. My first altitude landing experience was there....
| A visitor from United States posted Fri February 10, 2006:|
It really is too bad that the Courchevel runway in FS2004 is just normal...not sloped. :(
| A visitor from Portugal posted Mon January 30, 2006:|
| A visitor from El Salvador posted Fri January 20, 2006:|
| A visitor from Sweden posted Wed January 18, 2006:|
Beautiful! Makes me wanna go skiing...
| A visitor from Canada posted Wed January 18, 2006:|
Great Pic! Perfect view of the mountains. Which way do aircraft take off and land?
| A visitor from United States posted Fri November 11, 2005:|
Perspective, resolution, light, composition all excellent
| A visitor from Greece posted Mon October 31, 2005:|
One of the most scaryest airfields of the world, if not THE scaryest. I tried to land there with a piper and after 5 crashes I finally made it. All that of course, while playing FS2004. ;-)
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