7.10.2022 – 16:59z

Chudoba Design Marsa Matruh for X-Plane Released

A small Czech developer, Chudoba Design, widely known for his X-Plane and Microsoft Flight Simulator sceneries, released Marsa Matruh Airport (HEMM) for the Laminar Research platform. Chudoba Design announced this release through his Discord server.

Marsa Matruh Airport is an international airport located in northwestern Egypt. It is a fairly new destination, as the airport operates since 2011. There are not many routes as of right now from this airport. However, during the summer season, flight simulation enthusiasts can enjoy flights there from Rome, Verona, Katowice and Prague.

Filip Chudoba, the head behind Chudoba Design and the only developer the company currently has, created a detailed depiction of this airport. This scenery offers PBR textures, custom 3D vegetation, custom ortho imagery for the surrounding area, as well as curved ground poly. Furthermore, there are custom buildings and objects, making the scenery look and feel as realistic as possible.

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  • PBR Textures
  • Well Optimized for the best performance
  • Custom buildings and objects
  • optimized facades including curbs, technical buildings and hotels
  • custom 3D vegetation
  • custom orthophoto
  • curved ground poly
  • compatible with SAM vehicles / SAM follow-me

You can also take a look at other sceneries of Chudoba Design. Some of these are Prague, Hurghada, Burgas, as well as Taba, his very first scenery. The Marsa Matruh Airport scenery is now available through his website for approximately €10.18.

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