Drzewiecki Design Releases Tokyo Narita for MSFS

Released for Prepar3D four months ago, and for X-Plane 11 just about two weeks ago, Drzewiecki Design has recently taken to their social network profiles to formally announce the release of their rendition of Tokyo Narita Airport (RJAA) for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The developers promise the scenery to be a perfect addition to the Microsoft Flight Simulator’s World Update I: Japan. It as well features an up-to-date airport layout with an extensive level of detail throughout the airport while maintaining good performance for the users.

In addition to what was already mentioned, the scenery features custom terminal interiors, dynamic night lighting, PBR materials, “epic” night textures, or custom animated jetways, for example. The complete feature list can be found below in the article.

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The scenery can be purchased through more than one store for approximately the same price of about €21.

Tokyo-Narita Airport (RJAA) is an international airport serving the capital of Japan, Toyko. It is the busiest airport in Japan seeing both regional and international traffic from airlines such as Japan Airlines, Peach, Jetstar Japan, or All Nippon Airways. In 2019, over 44 million passengers visited the airport.

Feature list

  • A high-quality model of RJAA Narita airport in Tokyo, featuring the up-to-date version with extensive details throughout the whole airport
  • FPS-friendly design, with epic night textures, dynamic lighting, and PBR materials
  • Performance-friendly interior modeling of terminal buildings, control towers, and hangars, static aircraft, advanced night lighting, custom animations, custom mesh, custom orthophoto, custom animated jetways
  • A perfect addition to the World Update I: Japan

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