Landivisiau Naval Air Base (LFRJ) is located between Brest and Morlaix in the northwestern end of France. This navy air base has an important geographical position due to its proximity to the atlantic ocean just a few kilometers away. The base was opened in february 1965 as the Soviets announced to built up a strong navy fleet for the northern sea and thereby, the French navy relocated parts of its fleet from the south to the north – a new base was needed and built here close to the important military port in Brest. LFRJ started as base for fighters only, but later a new home for schooling and connection aircraft within the navy was also established here (inlcuding Falcon 10 for example). Over the years, Landivisiau hosted a NATO tiger meet for example and played a role in the airfight against Lybia, but is not a super special base. However, you can see French Grumman E2, Falcon 50, plenty fighters and sometimes also tanker like C135.
NOTE: This version is freeware and is about 35% complete with runways, taxiways, parking, and some hangars. Hangars are stock Asobo and not true to real-life. Additional scenery may be added at a future date to be determined.