Sierrasim Simulation released New York Stewart Airport for FSX/P3D

Sierrasim Simulation has today released their rendition of New York Stewart International Airport (KSFW) for Prepar3D v4 and FSX. Announced back in February 2020, Sierrasim Simulation has posted final previews of the airport on 30th March 2020 and released the scenery 8 days later.

New York Stewart International Airport, also known as Stewart International Airport, is a public/military airport in Orange County, New York, United States. Currently, it is mainly used by JetBlue, Allegiant, Piedmont, and SkyWest.

The scenery features 3D grass, SODE objects, dynamic lighting (P3D only) or season textures, for example. As usual, the complete feature list can be seen below.

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If you want to purchase the scenery, you can do so via the FSNews Store for €24.20 (P3D) (FSX).

Feature list (P3Dv4)

  • Photo-realistic ground textures based on aerial images
  • Season Texture
  • Real Autogen Update
  • Photo-realistic textures for buildings, vehicles, etc.
  • Airport Objects
  • Optimised for good performance
  • SODE object (windshock, season texture model)
  • Dynamic Lighting
  • Compatible with Orbx, Vector, Freemesh
  • 3D grass
  • Airport Configurator (Static Jetways or Sode GSXL2 Jetways)
  • Military buildings and Cargo objects

Feature list (FSX)

  • Photo-realistic ground textures based on aerial images
  • Season Texture
  • Real Autogen Update
  • Photo-realistic textures for buildings, vehicles, etc.
  • Airport Objects
  • Optimised for good performance
  • SODE object (windshock, season texture model)
  • Compatible with Orbx, Vector, Freemesh
  • 3D grass
  • Airport Configurator (Static Jetways or Sode GSXL2 Jetways)
  • Military buildings and Cargo objects

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