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Google Earth Flight Simulator Hack

Marc
  • On September 6, 2007
  • http:/www.marcforrest.com

It was quite refreshing to read that it was a South African student who broke the news to the world about Google’s hidden easter egg in the latest version of Google Earth.

By pressing a combination of CTRL-ALT-A, in Google Earth, you enter a built in flight simulator, that allows you to take off from various airports around the world, or from a current location in google earth. A pity that there were no South African airports included in the list though. That was till now. By doing a quick cut & paste I give you 4 new South African airports (JHB, DBN, CT & Surprise) to add to the list.

To do so, follow the steps below. Unfortunately I only have the steps for Windows version

  • Scroll down to the bottom of the file & paste the list of airports downloaded in step 1
    file21.jpg
  • Open Google earth, press Control-Alt-A and choose your from the list of newly added airports.

If anyone has any other airports I can add, please leave a comment.

P.S. Did you know that Upington Airport has the longest runway in Africa & the 4th longest in the world.

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