FSimStudios Releases Halifax for P3D

Following the recent release of Halifax Airport (CYHZ) for Microsoft Flight Simulator, the developer FSimStudios has released this rendition for Prepar3D as well. This information was shared by the developer via their Facebook page.

Halifax Stanfield International Airport is an international airport in Canada. It is the main airport of the Halifax region and serves neighbouring Maritime provinces as well. The airport is being used mainly by AirCanada and WestJet.

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The scenery is now available through Contrail and many other of FSimStudios‘s partner shops for approximately ‚ā¨19.98. However, it is not as of yet available through Orbx Central. Which, according to the developer is going to change very soon.

This rendition is an up-to-date and most detailed representation of Halifax, featuring 4K PBR textures, custom ground polygon, SODE jetways, native snow and rain effects and much more. Furthermore, there’s a detailed terminal building with a 3D interior, as well as custom aerial orthophotos.

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Features

  • Made in collaboration with Airfield Canada.
  • Most up to date and detailed representation of Halifax¬†Stanfield International Airport created for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
  • Detailed terminal building, featuring interiors.
  • Outstanding modeling, 4K PBR Textures, and great attention to detail.
  • 0.3cm/pix custom aerial orthophotos for the airport area.
  • Custom Ground Polygon.
  • SODE Jetways
  • Native snow and rain effects
  • Static Commercial and GA Aircraft.

If you’d like to learn more about FSimStudios’s development of Halifax scenery, you can read our another article here.

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