FS2004 – Scenery Salluit (CYZG), Quebec, Canada, v1 modified. This modified version installs new taxiway lights and windsocks, and changes the AI. This is a complete version and does not require you to have installed the original. Salluit is a village of 1250 or so inhabitants at N 62 W 75 40 on the shore of Sugluk Inlet, which is off Hudson Strait. Its name means “Skinny Ones” in Inuit and refers to a time when there was not enough to eat, which is a rather scary reminder of just how fragile Inuit survival used to be. The village does not feature in FS2004 but is included in this scenery with approximately the right shape and with the roads that lead to the airfield. The airfield runway is 3510 feet of gravel 100 feet wide and is some 740 feet higher than the village on the shoreline. By Roger Wensley.