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Qaanaaq
Qaanaaq - Thule or New Thule, is the main town in the northern part of the Qaasuitsup municipality in northwestern Greenland. It is one of the northernmost towns in the world. The inhabitants of Qaanaaq speak Kalaallisut and Danish, and many also speak the Inuktun language. The town has a population of 656 as of 2013.

Qaanaaq Airport (Greenlandic: Mittarfik Qaanaaq) (IATA: NAQ, ICAO: BGQQ) is an airport located 1.9 NM (3.5 km; 2.2 mi) northwest of Qaanaaq, a settlement in the Qaasuitsup municipality in northern Greenland. It was established in 1991 to serve Qaanaaq and neighboring communities because Thule Air Base in Pituffik is not open for regular passenger traffic. It is the only civilian airport north of Upernavik and is a lifeline for northern Greenland. Fresh food and other consumer products are transported by air.
  

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1) Thule AB + Greenland Mesh + North Canada Mesh
+ Grise Fiord​ + CFS Alert + Qaanaaq = USD 42,00

2) North Canada Mesh + Grise Fiord + CFS Alert = USD 28.00

3) Greenland Mesh + Thule Aor Base + Qaanaaq +Station Nord = USD 36.00

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Thule Air Base
 Thule Air Base is the US Armed Forces' northernmost installation, located 750 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Thule's arctic environment includes icebergs in North Star Bay, two islands (Saunders Island and Wolstenholme Island) a polar ice sheet, and Wolstenholme Fjord — the only place on Earth where four active glaciers join together.

Thule Air Base reproduces the airport, the most part of important buildings, areas around airport such BMEWS – Ballistic Missile Early Warning System, the disable ramp launcher of intercontinental missiles, the radars monitoring stations, the sea port, more than twenty surveillance cells, the habitational nucleus and many other features.
Thule is the most northern American airbase, one of the most important stage of the Cold War age. Nowadays, the airbase is open for the tourists that visit it on less rigorous weather.
  

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CFS Alert

The most extreme airport in the world 

Alert is located 12 km (7.5 mi) west of Cape Sheridan, the northeastern tip of Ellesmere Island, on the shore of the ice-covered Lincoln Sea. Alert lies just 817 km (508 mi) from the North Pole; The nearest Canadian city is Iqaluit, the capital of the territory of Nunavut, 2,092 km (1,300 mi) away.

The settlement is surrounded by rugged hills and valleys. The shore is composed primarily of slate and shale. The sea is covered with ice for most of the year but the ice pack does move out in the summer months, leaving open water. Evaporation rates are also very low, the average monthly temperatures are above freezing only in July and August.

Other places on Ellesmere Island are the base research at Eureka (480 km (300 mi)) and the Inuit community of Grise Fiord, 800 km (500 mi), both to the southwest. Siorapaluk (540 km (340 mi) to the south) is the nearest populated place in Greenland.
  

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Grise Fiord

The fisrt Canada Mesh detailed airport

  
Located at the southern tip of Ellesmere Island, Canada, Grise Fiord is one of three permanent settlements on the island. Grise Fiord lies 1,160 km (720 mi) north of the Arctic Circle.
  
HSimulators has developed this scenario in sufficient detail to give more realism to approach, departure and reconnaissance flights. It should be noted that the scenario developer pays attention only to the flight's perceived details, which are essential requirements. So, if you expect to see bins, tables, chairs, people and other small details unrelated to the flight itself, this is not the scene. We develop scenarios for fly.

This detailed airport increases North Canada Mesh, which has 400,000 square miles, which is an essential requirement if you want to have the complete scenario of the entire northern Canadian territory, above the 73 degrees parallel. But if you want to fly only in the Grise Fiord region, it also works, but with a limited area in its surroundings of 8 thousand square miles.
  
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Qaanaaq Airport
Thule Air Base
CFS Alert
Grise Fiord Airport
Station Nord
Eureka Aorport
North Canada Mesh
Grenland Mesh
Special Bundle (All Sceneries)
Special Bundle (Canada Mesh + Airports)
​Special Bundle (Greenland Mesh + Airports)


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Station Nord 
The Artic Challenge! 
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Try your navigation skills!

DANGEROUS DESTINATION

Are you sure you know air navigation? If you are so sure, think of an airport isolated from the rest of the planet. Station Nord, a military base located northeast of Greenland. Apply everything you know about flying instruments. Do not miss your flight plan, still arrive in daylight and hope to see the runway! Good luck. Will need.


Station Nord, Greenland is at 81.43 North Latitude, 17.50 West Longitude and is above the Arctic Circle.  It is about 500 miles from the geographic North Pole. The Danish Defense Command has a base there and that is where we staged logistics from during the Spring of 1986. Thule as well as Nord Greenland were used as logistical staging points during that year, primarily because the Tri-Turbo was damaged in an oxygen fire in Santa Barbara a few months earlier. DeHaviland Twin Otters and a DeHaviland Caribou were used to take up the slack, but the payload and range capabilities were less than that of the Tri-Turbo. For this reason, Nord was used as an intermediate staging point since it was closer to the geographic North pole than Thule. Nord is manned by 4 Danish officers that stay for the year and accommodations are available for up to 20 scientists during the summer months.

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Eureka Aiport 

Uma ponte aérea para os extremos
aeroportos no Artic

Eureka is a small research base on Fosheim Peninsula, Ellesmere Island, Qikiqtaaluk Region, in the Canadian territory of Nunavut. It is located on the north side of Slidre Fiord, which enters Eureka Sound farther west.  The only two farther north are Alert, which is also on Ellesmere Island, and Nord, in Greenland. Eureka has the lowest average annual temperature and the lowest amount of precipitation of any weather station in Canad​

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North CANADA Mesh 

All territory above 73 degrees

A big scenery!

Canada Mesh North V1 (beta) covers the entire north of Canada above the 73 degree parallel, reproducing the relief more than 400.000 square miles. This is the first phase, which will be followed by Canada Mesh North 2 that will cover the territory from the parallel 62 north to the parallel 73. Buy now this great work that completes the default scenario of X-Plane. Then keep an eye on the launches of dozens of detailed airports contained in this area to be launched on the next weeks.
Being a great scenario, it is impossible to fly in it all, because it has continental dimensions. When flying and find some discrepancy we report to improve the product for you. Fly, see and give us the feddback here. We will make it better for fly.
If you like to fly the iced regions of Canada and other lands to the north. Complete this scenario with the Thule Air Base + Greenland Mesh V1 package. They are more than 400.000 square miles spanning from the 73rd parallel to the northern reaches of Greenland, including Thule's detailed military airport.
In the coming weeks, will be avalaible scenarios, listed below in this page. - Svalbard Mesh and Groelandia Mesh 2 - will be teh next launching, The scenarios cover the 62nd parallel up to 73 degrees north, thus completing the whole North of the planet in the X-Plane default scenario.r. 
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Greenland Mesh

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Ongoing Seceneries
  1. Qaanaaq
    Qaanaaq is a town in the municipality of Qaasuitsup in northwestern Greenland. It is a unique city and a single municipality of the former county of North Greenland. It was founded after a city of Thule became an American Air Base.
  2. Resolut Bay
    CYRB - Important refuelling stop for aircraft passing through to other places in the high Arctic such as CFS Alert, Eureka and Mould Bay Resolute is equipped with an ILS precision landing system
  3. Grise Fiord (released)
    GYGZ - Grise Fiord, Nunavut, Canada, the airport is operated by the Government of Nunavut. Companies operates Super King Air 200 and Kenn Borek Air using the DHC-6 Twin Otter planes. Located at 76°25′33″N / 082°54′29″W
  1. Alert (released)
    Alert, located in the Qikiqtaaluk region, Nunavut, Canada, is the most permanently inhabited place on the northernmost planet. The name Alert comes from the ship HMS Alert, which in 1875 made a successful expedition in the region.
  2. Tanquary Fiord
    Tanquary Fiord or Greely Fiord is a fjord on the north coast of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago's Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada. It is located in the Quttinirpaaq National Park and extends 30 mi (48 km) in a north-westerly direction.
  3. Station Nord
    It is a amilitarynd scentific station in northeastern Greenland 924 km (574 mi) from the North Pole. With ICAO BGNO the airport and 81 43N and 17 47W, The station is commanded by Danish Defense and has about 35 buildings.
  1. Isachsem
    Is a remote Arctic research-weather station named after the Norwegian explorer of the Arctic, Gunnar Isachsen. It is located on the western shore of Ellef Ringnes Island in the Sverdrup Islands, in the territory of Nunavut in Canada.
  2. Fort Conger
    Fort Conger is a former settlement, military fortification, and scientific research post in Qikiqtaaluk, Canada. It was established in 1881 as an Arctic exploration camp. Fort Conger were designated Classified Federal Heritage Buildings.
  3. Eureka
    Is a small research base on Fosheim Peninsula, Ellesmere Island, in the Canadian. It is located on the north side of Slidre Fiord, which enters Eureka Sound farther west. It is the third-northernmost permanent research community in the world.
  1. Nanisivik
    The townsite was located just inland from Strathcona Sound, about 20 km (12 mi) east of the community of Arctic Bay in the Canadian territory. There is a port and dock about 3.7 km (2.3 mi) north. Currently used by Coast Guard for training.
  2. Savigsivik
    BGSV - is a heliport in Savissivik, a village on Meteorite Island, off the shores of the northern end of Melville Bay in the Qaasuitsup municipality, northern Greenland. The heliport is considered a helistop,.
  3. Pond Inlet
    It a small in the Qikiqtaaluk Region, Canada, and is located in northern Baffin Island. At the 2011 census the population was 1,549, an increase of 17.8% from the 2006 census making it the largest of the four hamlets above the 72nd parallel.