Toncontin is the most difficult airport in the world for landing jet planes.
It is difficult because the hill just before landing is high and it is necessary to fly just above the ground.
The default Toncontin had some strange parts, so I fixed it and made it realistic.
The runway has a slope of 20M, just like in reality. RWY 02 is 1005M, RWY 20 is 985M.
In 2006, a video of Toncontin's landing with a woman's voice saying, "Don't be surprised" was posted on YouTube, and I was very moved by it.↓
At that time, the runway at Toncontin was RWY01, not RWY02, and the runway was 300M shorter than it is now. Due to an accident in which the tire of an airplane came into contact with the roof of a car running on the road before landing.
There were traffic lights on the road, and it was impressive to see the road turn red when a plane landing, and cars waiting at the traffic lights.
That road is currently under RYW02.
Also, around 2008, there was an accident in which a jet plane overran, and there was a period when dangerous jet planes were prohibited from entering the area.
The main attraction of Toncontin is that it is the most difficult flight in the world to land on RWY02 on an A320.. However, if the scenery is flat , We will be very boring.
The ground needs to have undulations similar to reality. In fact, from the final flight to landing, airplanes fly for long periods of time, very close to the ground.
When you look out the window of an airplane, it looks like you're on a high-speed train as it flies on the ground.
It is only when this is recreated that Toncontin's landing becomes attractive.
Toncontin Airport is recorded as a handmade airport by default in MSFS, but undulations are not accurate.
Therefore I wanted to fix this.
This is a video taken from inside the plane of the landing that I used as a reference. ↓
1 I placed the taxi sign correctly.
2. I changed the taxi line from yellow to orange.
3. I planted many trees on the mountain on the RWY02 side.
4. I fixed many bugs in V1.2
This is shown in the 2nd 3rd pictures, so please take a look.