Verticalsim Updates Fayetteville Airport for X-Plane 11

Verticalsim has taken to their Facebook page to announce an update for their Fayetteville Regional Airport rendition for X-Plane 11.

The American-based developer has updated their Fayetteville scenery to version 1.3. Nothing major has changed with this update apart from minor details and bugs that hindered the high standard of this payware scenery. Changes include performance improvements as well as fixes to some artifacts of the airport, such as the edge lights and the ground polygon.

Fayetteville Regional Airport (also known as Grannis Field) is a domestic airport serving the city of  Fayetteville, located in Cumberland County, North Carolina. This airport is very polyvalent with its operations, as it is able to host general, corporate, and commercial aviation. American Eagle and Delta Connection offer flights to Charlotte and Atlanta respectively.

If you are interested, you can grab a copy of this rendition at a discounted price of approximately EUR 4.66. The scenery is also available for Microsoft Flight Simulator, at a higher price.

Changelog:

  • Fixed Ground Polygon
  • Fixed broken FAY Com Tower header
  • Changed out edge lights
  • Performance improvements
  • Fixed double markings on the runway



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