Drzewiecki Design Updates Two Of Their MSFS Sceneries

After every major update release, there’s a chance that some addons will no longer work as they should. This was also the case of the Drzewiecki Design’s renditions of Tokyo Narita Airport (RJAA), and Washington National Airport (KDCA) for Microsoft Flight Simulators.

With that being said, the developers from Drzewiecki Design have released new versions of their renowned renditions of the previously mentioned airports. Both sceneries are now fully compatible with the most-recent Sim Update 6.

Additionally, both sceneries received some fixes to the vegetation and quality improvements to various parts of the airport bringing extra details. Including the 3D terminal interiors, 3D people, and static aircraft as well as airport vehicles.

For both sceneries, the developers have also added a new variant with no static aircraft parked at the gates. This will especially come in handy when flying on VATSIM, IVAO, or other online networks where having static aircraft just causes extra problems.

If you want to purchase featured sceneries, you can do so through a variety of stores listed on the developer’s website here.

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RJAA:

  • Fixed LOD display for airport vehicles, static aircraft, terminal interiors, and 3D people.
  • Fixed wrong start locations on runways
  • Fixed wrong horizontal taxiway signs on taxiways
  • Added missing horizontal taxiway signs
  • Static 747-8F replaced with newer model
  • All jetways made operational and compatible with SU6
  • Fixed jetway display from distance
  • Vegetation fixes
  • 3D people added inside terminals
  • New glass effects on all glass surfaces
  • Interior details added inside Terminal 1
  • Parallax effects added for some shops inside Terminals 1, 2 and 3
  • Photoscenery updated near the new East apron
  • Stands 441-450 and 427-431 updated
  • Stands 610-614 added
  • The no-static version provided
  • Numerous fixes of models and textures

KDCA:

  • Fixed LOD display for airport vehicles, static aircraft, terminal interiors, and 3D people
  • Several signs fixed
  • Static aircraft replaced with newer models
  • All jetways made operational and compatible with SU6
  • Fixed jetway display from a distance
  • Vegetation fixes
  • The no-static version provided


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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