Flatval is a tiny private airfield located on the rocky island of Frøya, on the western coast of Norway.
There is no regular service, and you won't see a plane here very often. Flatval's territory is used mostly by a local motor club and for the various racing events.
The scenery is very accurate according to the latest satellite images and photos. The airport is really small, so it only has space for a pair of Cessna-like birds, or maybe for a single Twin Otter. There are no navaids or radio comms at all, and the runway is unlit, so make sure you are flying to Flatval at day and in good weather (see the included map for directions).
Another major part of this package is the whole island of Frøya, recreated from the ground up and down to the tiniest detail. Multiple points of interest weren't forgotten, so flying low and slow over the Frøya won't be boring.
ENFA Flatval features:
Frøya Complete features: