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Portugal Terrain Screenshots PDF Print E-mail
Written by Luis Sá   
Sunday, 25 January 2009 00:15

With Portugal Terrain you can enjoy beautiful landscapes as the ones shown in the following pictures. Please click over the images to get a larger image on a new window.

 

Faro Approach

Alvor - photographic scenery

Castelo de Bode


Lagoa Comprida - Summer


Lagoa Comprida - Winter


Cape Espichel


River Mira


Cliffs in the Algarve


Flying over Covilhã


River Lima


Figueira da Foz


Islands near Faro


Caparica - Lisboa


Peniche


Mountains - Serra da Estrela


Port of Sines


São Martinho do Porto


Portimão - photographic scenery


Cape da Roca and Guincho


Nazaré


Dam - Alqueva


Top down view of Tires - Cascais


Dam - Bouçã


Mondego Valey

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 01 February 2009 00:22
 
Porto Santo Airport Screenshots PDF Print E-mail
Written by Luis Sá   
Sunday, 25 January 2009 00:09

Porto Santo Airport, LLPS, with its 3000 meters runway and its modern installations is prepared to receive most type of aircraft, small or large. Therefore, you can not miss the oportunity of paying a visit to this beautiful atlantic island if it is the case that you have never been there. The sandy beach is within 1 km of the airport and its calm waters really invite you to make a swimm ...

Last Updated on Sunday, 01 February 2009 00:23
 
Funchal Airport Screenshots PDF Print E-mail
Written by Luis Sá   
Sunday, 25 January 2009 00:02

The airport of Funchal has unique characteristics with its runway built on a platform over the sea. You can test several operation procedures using Madeira Islands scenery and access your ability in, for example, making a night approach to runway 05 following a sequence of 17 flashing lights curved along the shore, starting at "Gelo" and ending at "Rosário"!

Last Updated on Sunday, 01 February 2009 00:22
 
Madeira Islands Screenshots PDF Print E-mail
Written by Luis Sá   
Saturday, 24 January 2009 19:36

The islands that form the Madeira archipelago have been modelled in what is technically referred to as "LOD 10" terrain model (level of detail = 10). This means that altitude points are defined in a grid of about 38 by 38 meters. This model was built from official DTED2 data supplied by the Portuguese's Army Geographic Institute - IGeoE. Aerial photographs were used in the most important parts of the islands around the 2 airports.

To see the detail of the renditions click over the images to open larger windows.

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 01 February 2009 00:22