11.7.2021 – 09:19z

Skyline Simulations Releases Long Beach Airport for MSFS

Skyline Simulations has released their rendition of Long Beach Airport (KLGB) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The airport is also known as Daughtery Airport and Southwest is the biggest operator there. The developer has, apart from releasing this rendition, more previewed Cincinnati (KCVG).

The Long Beach Airport has to offer a wide variety of features, there are UHD textures and PBR materials, thousands of custom, 3D static objects, accurate Island and Cities using OSM data, which will provide you with an accurate rendition of the surroundings, there’s ground traffic at the airport which will make the airport feel more alive.

The scenery can be bought through the Skyline Simulations website for €14.90.

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  • Designed with the latest airport updates
  • UHD Custom Textures using the latest painting techniques
  • Super Detailed 3D modeling
  • PBR Materials on every building
  • FSEco-subsystem
  • Animated Radar
  • Detailed HD Ground with PBR and decals
  • Custom 3D vegetations blends with orthophotos
  • HD-resolution orthoimagery for the airport and surroundings
  • Ultra-High-resolution custom orthoimagery for the airport
  • Thousands of 3D custom static objects
  • Accurate Island and Cities using original OSM data
  • High-resolution Buildings, industrial area and buildings of interest like Walter Pyramid
  • Amazing and detailed island NightTextures
  • Ground Traffic

The developer has also previewed Cincinnati Airport (KCVG), which is currently in the works. The previews were posted through their Facebook page. They are showing an interior of the airport, we can see some escalators here, as well as a place for sitting in the gate area, and an exterior model of the airport as well, where we can see the apron area.

It has been mentioned by the developer that this reloaded rendition, as they’re referring to it, will be available for Microsoft Flight Simulator, as well as X-Plane 11. They haven’t stated anything about pricing, release date, nor features available with the airport.

If you are interested in seeing more about this upcoming rendition, make sure to check out our other article about this topic.

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