Senica is a small airport in western Slovakia, a country in central Europe. It's owned by a private society and has a runway 1080 meters long. Both the runway and the taxi pattern were made using asphalt. Some airplanes also take off from the grass strip located next to the runway. The airport is mainly used by planes with props, but some planes with jet engines like a Citation Mustang may also land there. There are two taxiways that unite the runway with the little apron.
In this airport planes usually park in front of the hangar, located in the middle of the airport or in the grass area located right next to it. There is also a bigger apron made out of asphalt but it's not used by airplanes. Sometimes this airport is also used for car races. The airport closes at night. There aren't any lights or night textures. Same for snow textures: the airport closes when it snows since there isn't the right equipment to remove the snow from the runway and possibly use it.
The land around the airport is photoreal (taken from satellite photos), and it changes textures between summer and winter. The runway and the taxiways are a custom ground polygon, which means that they don't use the default FSX textures!