Orbx Announces Split Airport for MSFS

Just a few days after announcing Alaska Mesh for Microsoft Flight Simulator, Orbx has once again taken to their profiles to announce the development of Split Airport (LDSP) rendition for the same platform. As with their other sceneries, Orbx aims to bring the scenery up to their high-standards the community expects from them.

This includes featuring high-resolution PBR textures, detailed modelling work throughout the scenery, or coverage of not only the airport itself but also the surrounding area. On this note, the scenery will cover a 62.5 square kilometers area with color-matched orthoimagery as well as a number of points of interest including churches, stadiums, bridges and marinas.

Further, we can expect the scenery to offer dynamic lighting and reflections, or replicated terminal interior, for example.

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The scenery is being developed by the Havant Studio team of Orbx and there is currently no release date set for it. This also applies to the pricing details.

The airport was in the past, earlier this year, brought to Prepar3D by the team at Orbx, and to X-Plane 11 by Stairport Sceneries back in February, as well earlier this year.

For those unfamiliar with the airport, Split Airport (LDSP) is the second busiest airport in the country. Located just a few miles out of the Split city center, it is an airport mainly visited during the season by Croatia Airlines, Wizz Air, or easyJet, for example. While it is a small single-runway airport, it sees routes not only to, and from, continental Europe, but the Middle East and Russia as well.

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