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-Our first coordinate is the main building, the center of runway or just the tower of the airport. I decided to use the runway crossing, which is a dominant point of the whole area. Press right mouse key to display the Latitude and Longitude coordinate of this point. Also determine the elevation of this point.+Our **main coordinate** can be the main building, the center of runway or just the tower of the airport. I decided to use the runway crossing, which is a dominant point of the whole area. Press right mouse key to display the Latitude and Longitude coordinate of this point. Also determine the elevation of this point.
  
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 We need 3 more points: The tower position, the beginning and end of at least one runway. We need 3 more points: The tower position, the beginning and end of at least one runway.
-This is the tower:+This is the **tower coordinate**
  
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-Next is the runway beginning. **Note**- To make it easy we use the same point for the threshold position.+Next is the runway **beginning of rwy 31L**. **Note**- To make it easy we use the same point for the threshold position.
  
-Select the center of the runway width:+Select the center of the runway width for runway 31L:
  
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-   * Do the same on the opposite end of the runway. +   * Do the same on the opposite direction, the **beginning of runway 13R** 
-   * Measure the runway width with Google Maps or search for airport information about this. We need a metric value for the width. Note the runway markings from Google Maps or airport information.+   * Measure the **runway width** with Google Maps or search for airport information about this. We need a metric value for the width. Note the runway markings from Google Maps or airport information. 
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 +We can also define a **parking position** 
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 ====Creating your TSC File==== ====Creating your TSC File====
  
-Next we will create a text file called **nas_fallon.tsc**. **Note**- It's best to work off of a sample template for this. The TSC file is what tells Aerofly FS2 where to place the runways for your airport. +Next we will create a text file called **nas_fallon.tsc**. **Note**- It's best to work off of a sample template for this. The TSC file is what tells Aerofly FS2 where to place the runways for your airport. 
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 +This is enough information to define your airport. Your completed **TSC** file will look like this: 
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    * Create a folder and copy the **nas_fallon.tsc** that you just made into this folder, then place the folder into **'Documents\Aerofly FS 2\scenery\places**.     * Create a folder and copy the **nas_fallon.tsc** that you just made into this folder, then place the folder into **'Documents\Aerofly FS 2\scenery\places**. 
  
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-This is enough information to define your airport. Your completed **TSC** file will look like this: 
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 ====Choose Your Starting Location==== ====Choose Your Starting Location====
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