Airfield Canada Updates Halifax Airport for X-Plane

Airfield Canada, responsible for the J.A. Douglas International Airport, has updated their rendition of Halifax International Airport (CYHZ) for X-Plane 11.

The information about this update has been shared through their Facebook page, including the changelog of the 1.2 version of the scenery. This latest version adds an OSM patch file making the surroundings more accurately placed, there are two new buildings at the airport, some extra vehicles at the parking lot, additional ships and other details in the downtown to make the scenery feel more alive.

You can buy this scenery for $24.95 on the X-Plane.org store.

Chagelog

  • Added OSM patch file.
  • Added two buildings to the airport property.
  • Added more snow piles around the terminal.
  • Added more vehicles to parking lots.
  • Added ships and other details to downtown.
  • Added grass to spring and autumn seasons.
  • Updated some objects to be hard-surfaced, such as nearby wind turbines.
  • Adjusted some grond traffic routes.
  • Adjusted lighting in some areas.
  • Fixed missing texture for the follow me vehicle.
  • Other minor fixes.



Author: Patrik

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