MP Scenery, a small developer responsible for a range of Slovak airports sceneries, has released their first Czech airport rendition – Brno for Prepar3D. The developer announced the release through their Facebook page.
Brno Tuřany Airport (LKTB) is the second busiest airport in the Czech Republic. It is mainly operated by Ryanair and Smartwings. The airport was initially used mainly for military purposes. The airport has been opened in 1954.
The new terminal found at the airport was built in 2006, serving 1000 passengers per unit. The airport is also the home of Brno-Slatina aeroclub and HERBST AERO flight school.
The developer created an accurate rendition of the airport. There is a wide range of scenery features, such as 4K PBR textures, animated passengers and airport staff, as well as animated windsocks. Moreover, there are static models of airport vehicles, that are modelled accurately compared to the real world. In addition, the developer focused on the surroundings as well, there are hand-placed trees, buildings. These adapt to the season as well.
- Runway lighting, taxiway lighting, ALS works depending on weather conditions: reduced visibility, precipitation in rain and snow; also implemented a flashing light system
- Windsocks show the direction and strength of the wind
- Models of static aerodrome transport vehicles, including fire fighting vehicles, fuel tankers, and official vehicles, are made into account actual vehicles used at Brno airport
- Animated passengers, airport staff, including technicians, a flight crew with pilots, and flight attendants
- There are trees and grass around the airport and at the airport itself, covered with autumn leaves or snow in winter, depending on the season
- During rain, the asphalt becomes wet, and puddles appear