For a long time now we at FSDG create FS sceneries of Indian Ocean islands. Seychelles, Reunion, Mauritius,... While working on the latter, we came across a small island in the middle of nowhere, a sandbank less than 2 kilometers long, rising less than 25 feet above the ocean. For pilots, it has one important feature though: a runway! We immediately realized this place was a perfect addition to our big Indian Ocean sceneries – a wonderful stopover for flights between Seychelles and the big islands in the south, for FS pilots as well as for our AI traffic included in FSDG-Reunion and FSDG-Mauritius. In reality, Tromelin is accessed mostly by scientists, either with military or medium GA aircraft like Twin Otters or Cessna Caravans. Landing a Transall or King Air on the small dirt strip lacking any kind of visual aid will be quite an adventure for all FS pilots. Can you do it?