IronSim Announces Grenoble Airport for P3D/MSFS

IronSim, a rather small developer, has today announced via the FSDeveloper forums a new airport they have been working on for the past few weeks. Alpes-Isere Airport (LFLS), also known as Grenoble Airport, is an international airport serving the area of Grenoble, France. The airport serves only seasonal routes to United Kingdom, Poland, Portugal or Ireland, for example.

The scenery is currently expected to release around the middle of September for Prepar3D v4 and v5. MSFS2020 version is scheduled for later this year. A feature list has been included in the post. Not only will the scenery feature custom airport buildings with PBR implementation, but also PBR rain puddles, dynamic lighting, SODE windsocks, and custom aerial imagery for the airport area.

The scenery is still in a very early stage of development as many buildings around the airport don’t have textures yet. A selection of previews can be seen in a gallery below. When released, the scenery is expected to be a payware.

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  • Custom Airport buildings PBR
  • Custom Ground polygon PBR
  • Custom Taxisigns
  • Sode Windsocks
  • PBR Rainpuddles
  • Custom photoreal for the airport area
  • Dynamic lights

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