FRANCE

FRANCE 1935

This scenario is essential to immerse yourself in the France of the 1930s.
All the planes, personnel and services will be transformed into elements of that era.
However, it is not mandatory to play other 35’s sceneries.

PARIS - LE BOURGET

In 1937, Le Bourget airport was the flagship of French aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

LYON - BRON

Inaugurated on December 14, 1930, the  terminal with a large concourse, frescoed rotunda, a restaurant and stores, as well as a customs and police station was the “largest terminal in the world”

TOUSSUS LE NOBLE

Cradle of French aeronautics, this place concentrated the airfields of Blériot, Farman, Caudron and SPAD.
The first Farman Goliaths left Toussus to join Croydon in 1919.

TOULOUSE - MONTAUDRAN

( Work in progress )

ourget airport was the flagship of French aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

MARSEILLE - MARIGNANE

( Work in progress )

 

FRENCH COLONIES

TANGER

(Work in progress)

 

CASABLANCA

(Work in progress)

 

CAP JUBY

(WORK IN PROGRESS)

 

PORT_ETIENNE

( Work in progress )

 

DAKAR

( Work in progress )

 

GERMANY

GERMANY 1935

This scenario is essential to immerse yourself in Germany of the 1930’s.
All the planes, personnel and services will be transformed into elements of that era.
However, it is not mandatory to play other 35’s sceneries.

BERLIN - TEMPELHOF

Berlin-Tempelhof airport, opened in 1923, is one of the very first in Germany.
On January 6, 1926, Deutsche Luft Hansa A.G. was founded as a result of the merger of Junkers Luftverkehr AG and Deutsche Aero Lloyd. Tempelhof became its headquarters.

 

KÖLN

The civil airport was officially opened in 1926. It had a circular shape and occupied about 30 hectares.
The then mayor of Cologne, Konrad Adenauer, supported the development of the Butzweilerhof into a modern airport.

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN

FRANKFURT

( Work in progress )

 

HANNOVER

( Work in progress )

 

HAMBURG

(Work in progress)

 

EUROPE

LONDON - CROYDON

The new single airfield was opened on March 29, 1920, replacing the temporary civilian airfield.

The airfield stimulated the growth of scheduled flights carrying passengers, mail, and cargo, with the primary destinations being Paris, Amsterdam, and Rotterdam.

AMSTERDAM - SCHIPHOL

Schiphol opened on 16 September 1916 as a military airbase, with a few barracks and a field serving as platform and runways. When civil aircraft started to use the field (17 December 1920), it was often called Schiphol-les-bains.

GENEVE - COINTRIN

At the end of the First World War, when the victors were talking about Geneva as a location for the headquarters of the future League of Nations, which was to be created at the end of the lake in November 1920, the Geneva authorities showed great flair for air transport, which they considered to be the transport of the future.
On June 19, 1920, Geneva decided to buy land at Cointrin to build a public airfield. 

COPENHAGEN

( Work in progress )

 

BRUXELLES

( Work in progress )

 

BARCELONA

(Work in proress)

 

UNITED STATES

NEW YORK - LA GUARDIA

In 1937, Le Bourget airport was the flagship of French aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

CHICAGO - OHARE

Inaugurated on December 14, 1930, the  terminal with a large concourse, frescoed rotunda, a restaurant and stores, as well as a customs and police station was the “largest terminal in the world”

SAN FRANCISCO

Cradle of French aeronautics, this place concentrated the airfields of Blériot, Farman, Caudron and SPAD.
The first Farman Goliaths left Toussus to join Croydon in 1919.

OMAHA

( Work in progress )

ourget airport was the flagship of French aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

CHEYENNE

( Work in progress )

aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.