Bowman Field (KLOU) buildings
This package replaces some of the default MSFS buildings with recognizable iconic models utilizing 2009 textures for details. Although sparce in buildings those included for the airport will provide a familiar ambience. Other than the new buildings, a few modifications have been made to the default, KLOU, Louisville, KY Bowman Field airport. No building night lights,
Adminisration office and tower
Louisville Executive Aviation, shown in former CAA textures, two quad lights
Wartime Hangar, largest at Bowman, currently used by Kentucky Flight Training Center and other aviation enterprises
ATC tower, pentigon shaped, replaces the MSFS square shaped tower.
Building adjacent to ATC tower
Former Cardinal Wings Hangar
Former Glendale Flying Club Hangar
The iconic Twin Hangar
Louisville Firehouse Quint 10
Cenral American Aviation Hangar, building and small adjacent Hangar
Bowman Field is one of the longest continuosly operating, general aviation airports in the U.S and Kentucky's first comercial airport. Established in 1919, operation began in 1922 and airline service began in 1928. Bowman became the busiest airport in the country during WWII and was known as "Air Base City" Today smaller aircraft use Bowman while Muhammid Ali International, KSDF, handles Louisville's Airlines and UPS traffic.
Link to Bowman field news and history:
Link to photos of early Bowman, WWII life and heavy use of C47's for glider and parachute training:
Remove previous insallation files & folders.
Unzip the BowmanField.zip file.
Copy the jlj-klou-bowman-field and jlj-klou-modellib folders to you Community folder.
In MSFS select the KLOU airport and fly.
Keywords: Airport, scenery, Bowman, Louisville, Kentucky
Fixes buildings not appearing.
Includes 7 new hangers close to runways.
Uses a modellib file for ease of installation/uninstall.
Works with MSFS Addons Linker
Rotates one hanger 180 degrees.
Additions to Admin building
Revised tower roof dimension and color
Fence surrounding beacon
Bumpout observing windows
Realistic large windvane (rigid)
New correctly positioned fuel tanks and stations