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    This is my first attempt at creating an airport scenery pack. I choose KPVD for several reasons, but above all for its size and sophistication. I felt a small “full size” airport would be interesting to create, and not too overwhelming to complete in a reasonable time (took about 5 weeks). While it’s not my home airport (KPHL), I have flown into it several times as a passenger, and have always loved its ease of use and it’s proximity to Boston, MA. Being my first airport, I had much to learn, and thanks to the posts of others on the various forums (X-pilot, AvSIM and the .org) and Ben’s work on the x-plane development blog, I was able to absorb an astounding amount of info about X-plane development, so thanks to you all! Also very special thank you to Marginal, whose excellent tools I have relied on so heavily to complete this project. I’ve done my best to optimize the scenery, but it is very detailed and contains many custom objects, you will need a decent computer to run it well. This scenery come as two packs. The first is required and contains the airport and buildings. An optional but highly recommended package contains the photo real underlay. These .15m orthophotos are very high res 4k tiles and there are about 12 of them, so you will likely need little more than 1gig of VRAM, but if you have got the system, they look great. I have done some editing so that the change to x-plane default scenery is not so abrupt. Also note, that this project was built for X-Plane 10.25, and relies on HDR for night lighting. I am certainly open to feedback, and I expect some bugs but hopefully not many. I hope you enjoy using it as much as I did making it. Please see the PDF for additional information. Requires: · OpenScenry X · RU Library · R2 library · Autogate plug-in by Marginal THIS IS PART ONE OF A TWO PART SCENERY PACK. If you want the photo-scenery, please go here:
  • LGSR Santorini By uwespeed

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    Currently my time is a little bit limited, thus I decided to release a version 0.9 of "Santorini X-Plane". Installation Place GR_LGSR_Santorini_0.9 and zz_GR_+36+025_GR_Thira_gx17 from the downloaded zip file into the Custom Scenery folder of your X-Plane installation. For updating to V0.92, see further below. You also should install (if not already done): 1. OpensceneryX library (http://www.opensceneryx.com) – latest version. 2. FF library (http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=12836) 3. Flags of the world library (http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=17090) 4. Ruscenery (http://ruscenery.x-air.ru/files/RuScenery.zip) 5. People library (http://www.x-plane.at/drupal/node/191) 6. R2Library (http://xplane.cz/en/r2-library/) For the time being you should turn „runways follow terrain contours“ off, until I have edited the mesh (and added more features) in the next release. Remark - you will see the cruise ships only from around noon on, but not in the morning (like in reality). For further information please read the included pdf.   New in 0.91 Resolved issue with cars Runway lights for 34L and 16R Runways fit better to orthophotos New in 0.92 Sharper looking othophotos with the "decals" technology (see this posting), and this screenshot. Download ONLY the terrain.zip file. Unzip it into in the "terrain" subfolder of zz_GR_+36+025_GR_Thira_gx17 and overwrite all existing files. Have fun ...
  • NZWN Wellington International Airport By Charlie

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    I've been working on this on and off for ages and I thought that I may as well share it. Requires Openscenery X.
  • Aerobridge-Meigs Field By Peter T.

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    KCGX is now available for v9 and v10. Aerobridge Studios-Meigs Field Developed and designed by : Peter Tram, John Spahn, Juan Menedez Manual : Peter Tram Photography: Online resources Version 2.0 Merrill C. Meigs Field Airport (IATA: CGX, ICAO: KCGX) was a single strip airport that operated from December 1948 until March 2003. It was built on Northerly Island, the man-made peninsula that was also the site of the 1933–1934 Century of Progress in Chicago. The airport achieved international notoriety when Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley ordered city crews to bulldoze the runway at night, and without the 30-day advance warning required by FAA regulations. From Wikipedia This release is a major update to the first release Features: - Photorealistic ground - Highly detailed airport buildings. - Photorealistic textures - Realistic asphalt textures in runways and taxiways - Real-world airport lighting shades - Main buildings include real night textures - Authentic Vegetation Support: Please contact us by emailing to aerobridge1nfo@gmail.com or by questioning us here on X-Pilot LICENSE AGREEMENT: Aerobridge Studios reserves all rights.Educational use, business use or commercial use, without a proper license is prohibited. Please contact us for license arrangements.Copying content for personal or other use not covered by the license is prohibited.