After a customer of Anchorage scenery by Aerosoft / Sim-Wings informed the developer Thorsten Loth that runways got renumbered, he decided to work on the needed update adding other fixes.
This patch should pop up quickly with minor fixes like missing textures when opening gates in FS9, touch-down effect and FS Passengers support in FS9. The [...]
Do you like Sim-Wings airports sceneries, and you would love to visit FSX Anchorage PANC in Alaska ? Then you may already know this is a 2,35 Gb file to download after purchase.
Aerosoft published the boxed version for FSX, shipping the scenery product on a DVD-rom. The Internet connection is still required then, [...]
Sim-Wings and Aerosoft have considered their numerous FS2004 customers as they adapted the FSX version of Anchorage PANC for FS2004.
It’s more than “just” the detailed airport scenery, with detailed coastlines, Autogen, smooth integration. The photoreal ground textures in the airport limits can be up to 15cm per pixel. The train is animated and have [...]
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Jaggy Road Films produced the official promo video of the recently released Anchorage X developed by Sim-Wings – Thorsten Loth.
The video is the best way to have an overview of the numerous animations in the airport and how much the surroundings give some depth and live for airliners approach to PANC [...]
Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, ICAO: PANC is located in Anchorage Alaska. The airport is quite large and occupies 4,500 acres; it has two passenger terminals one domestic one international and several cargo terminals. The airport has three runways; 7L/25R @ 10,600ft, 7R/25L @ 10,900ft and 14/32 @ 11,582ft.
It is the [...]
Thorsten Loth of Sim-Wings is the scenery designer behind this new airport : Anchorage PANC, published under Aerosoft brand.
It’s much more than a limited area airport scenery as the screenshots demonstrate a great amount of details, surroudings nicely upgraded and various animations : AESlite for ground vehicles, trains and working crossings with roads.
Just like the PMDG beta testers team, Angle of Attack, about to produce a quick and free tutorial but also an extensive payware one, received an awaited piece of software.
They seem to enjoy flying and shooting the PMDG 737 NGX in its Alaska Airlines livery at Anchorage, and decided to share it with us [...]
Thorsten Loth will make happy lovers of Alaska and all fanatics of Sim-Wings sceneries.
I bet their next airport will please not only the heavy irons pilots but also general aviation enthusiasts due to the level of detail and attention to surroundings design seen in the second preview of Anchorage PANC.
The last announcement from Oliver Pabst about his future plans for AES supported airports made me go digging for projects news.
I found that FlyTampa published 2 more screens about Athens Eleftherios Venizelos LGAV. Sim-Wings will have updated preview screens of Anchorage PANC in the next weeks because the scenery design took more time than [...]
These are not fresh news but maybe some of you have not entered the Sim-Wings forum since its opening in last february 2011.
Let’s populate their forum in English, and visit the Anchorage PANC airport preview. And the new scenery of Marseille X is also confirmed, built from ground up.