Impulse Simulations has recently taken to their social media to announce the release of their Alice Springs Airport (YBAS) scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Alice Springs Airport is a regional airport serving the city of Alice Springs in Northern Territory, Australia. The airport is operated by two different runways, one capable of accommodating even the Airbus A380.
Only domestic flights are operated from this airport to different Australian cities. Virgin Australia, Qantas, Qantaslic, Airnorth and Alliance Airlines operate the airport on flights to or from Adelaide, Brisbane, Darwin, Sydney, etc.
Impulse Simulations created a detailed depiction of this airport by utilizing modern scenery assets, to make the scenery as great as possible in the world of Microsoft Flight Simulator. There is realistic ground and apron texturing, custom night lighting, full PBR across the whole rendition and custom animations and door triggers for hangars.
Impulse Simulations Alice Springs Features
- Realistic Ground & Apron Texturing
- Realistic Night Lighting
- Partially Replicated Cafe Interior
- Full PBR Texturing
- Custom Animations
- Custom Door Trigger Animations for the Royal Flying Doctor Hangar and Alice Springs Aero Club Hangar.
- Custom Vegetation & Grass
- Detailed Static Graveyard / Aircraft Storage Facility (Documented During COVID-19 Outbreak)
- Over 100+ Custom Modelled Objects & Buildings
- Custom Taxiway Signage
- 20,000 Hand placed Objects
- 100+ Custom Assets
If you would like to get this scenery, you can do so through the Orbx website and their Central app for approximately €18.38. You can also read about our exclusive look at their Canberra scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
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