Evileye, a cooperation betwen myself and @sauron, is proud to present Andya Airport, situated at the very far north of the Andøya peninsula close to the small town of Andenes. The airport scenery has a lot of handcrafted 3D buildings to make sure the exeperience is as close to reality as possible.
About the civilian part of the airport and from Wikipedia:
Andøya Airport (Norwegian: Andøya lufthavn; IATA: ANX, ICAO: ENAN) is a domestic airport located in the village of Andenes in Andøy Municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is situated on the northern tip of the island of Andøya. The airport is the civilian sector of Andøya Air Station and is operated by the state-owned Avinor. The airport consists of two runways, 2,468 and 1,672 meters (8,097 and 5,486 ft) long, and served 48,254 passengers in 2012. Widerøe operates public service obligation (PSO) flights to Bodø, Tromsø, Stokmarknes and Harstad/Narvik, while Norwegian Air Shuttle operates seasonal flights to Oslo.
Construction of the air station started in 1952 to host the 333 Squadron. Civilian operations started in 1964, when Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) started flights to Oslo. Widerøe started serving the airport as part of the regional network in 1972, with SAS withdrawing four years later. Widerøe originally used the Twin Otter, replacing it with the Dash 7 from 1981 and the Dash 8 between 1993 and 1995. Routes have been subject to PSO flights since 1997; these have been operated by Norwegian Air Shuttle for part of 2003 and by Coast Air for part of 2006 og 2007, and otherwise by Widerøe.
Also, see our handcrafted ENEV (Harstad/Narvik Evenes) airport.
Scenery elevation mesh (C) CC-BY-4.0 Norwegian Mapping Authorities