Bari, Djerba, Larnaca and Sharm El-Sheik – Your chance for a holiday, regardless what time or season! Holiday Airports 2 brings you four fantastic holiday destinations in one package. Be enchanted by the beauty of the South, realistically converted with spot on textures and an eye for detail. All four airports are included in Holiday Airports 2.
Bari “Karol Wojtyla” Airport (Italian: Aeroporto di Bari) (IATA: BRI, ICAO: LIBD) is an airport serving the city of Bari in Italy. It is located in the region of Puglia in southern Italy. Other airports in this region are Brindisi, Taranto and Fioggia who are all co-operation as Aeroporti di Puglia. Bari airport is approximately 11 km to the northwest of the city in the vicinity of Palese.
With locals it is also known as the Aeroporto di Palese Macchie. Bari airport is still expanding and a new terminal is expected in the future. The last year saw 1.6 million passengers use this airport.
The island of Djerba, located in the Gulf of Gabes off the coast of Tunisia, is not only the largest island of North Africa but also a popular destination for tourists, scuba divers and water sports enthusiasts. With just over 500 square kilometers in size, tourists have a short travel from the airport to their hotel after landing at the only airport of the island, Djerba-Zarzis.
Now that the political situation in Tunisia has calmed down after the Arab Spring, it is about time to pay this wonderful holiday destination a visit. With this add-on you can finally fly to Djerba, so fasten your seat belts, bring your seat back in an upright position and enjoy the flight!
Larnaca International airport has an eventful history. It was kick started when Cyprus was partly occupied by Turkey and the Greek side lacked an international airport and was the location for two major terrorist attacks. These days, luckily, this history seems to be closed and the airport is a one of the airports around the Mediterranean that goes into overdrive in summer.
This airport is one of the many airports that Aerosoft has released for the Mediterranean this year. This scenery covers the airport and immediate surroundings. Created with the latest insides in scenery design it is extremely easy on frame rates without skipping on the details that make a modern FSX airport looking great.
Sharm El-Sheikh “the bay of the Sheikh” is one of the most popular holiday destinations at the Red Sea and the second biggest airport in Egypt. Handling up to 7.5 million passengers per year with its new remarkable terminal, the airport is busier than ever.
Scuba divers, sunbathers and airliner pilots are equally eager to experience the unique approach between the Sinai mountains and the crystal-blue Red Sea. With all-new night effects and state-of-the-art models and textures, Sharm El-Sheikh is a new „must have“ for FSX.