The Northwest Regional Airport Terrace-Kitimat is the main airport for Northwest British Columbia. With recent industrial activities beginning to takeoff there is a lot of traffic landing on runway 33/15. Nestled in a valley there are plenty of interesting approaches including a circle to land on runway 15 (which is really fun in larger aircraft). The airport is commercially served by Air Canada, WestJet, and Central Mountain Air to Vancouver and Prince George. However, through the ONEC Logistics Hanger/Terminal the airport also is the destination for multiple Fly in Fly out Programs served by Canadian North, Summit Air, North Cariboo Air, and Pacific Coastal. There are also no shortage of helicopter operations in the region, the NWRA has bases for Canadian Helicopters, Great Slave Helicopters, Summit Helicopters, and Quantum Helicopters. Mill's Memorial Hospital in downtown Terrace also serves as the regions main medical facility, Executive Flight Centre located on the east side of the airport services many medevac flights a week arriving from places like the Nass Valley and smaller airports located near the mines up north. There is no shortage of fun operations at the Northwest Regional Airport and with a great scenery like this, why not come give northwest British Columbia a visit!
This airport does use SAM and you will therefore need SAM Suite
Libraries Needed (Without the latest versions the airport will not work)
RD Library https://rdesignx.weebly.com/freeware.html
You may encounter a message saying that X Plane could not properly load the scenery upon loading into the sim. This is bug and does not impact how the airport looks. I am currently trying to find a fix and will update the airport once one has been found.
This scenery does use assets created by Canada4XPlane, with their permission.
You may not redistribute any of the assets you get from downloading this airport, they are property of myself and Canada4XPlane. This scenery is in no way affiliated with the Northwest Regional Airport Terrace-Kitimat, all rights reserved.