Drzewiecki Design Releases Tokyo Narita for X-Plane 11

Released for Prepar3D in October last year, Drzewiecki Design has recently taken to their Facebook Page to announce the release of their rendition of Tokyo Narita Airport (RJAA) for X-Plane 11.

The scenery offers its users features such as high-quality models with extensive details, performance-friendly interiors at terminal buildings, control towers and some hangars, PBR materials, precise vertical profiles for the runway, or animated jetways, for example. The complete feature list provided by the developer can be found below.

The scenery can be purchased through the X-Plane.org Store for approximately €19.85.

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

  • High-quality model of RJAA Narita airport in Tokyo, with extensive details throughout the whole airport
  • Performance-friendly interior modeling at terminal buildings, control towers, and some hangars
  • Optional static aircraft, advanced lighting, extensive mesh design with precise runway vertical profiles, PBR materials, significant orthophoto coverage
  • Animated jetways, VGDS, marshallers, custom animated vehicles (SAM Suite plugin)

Author: George

I've been a flight sim enthusiast for some time now, and I've always enjoyed flying to various destinations all over the world. My favourite airport is by far Corfu with its scenic and challenging approach. I founded FSNews in May 2019.

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