Aerosoft and LimeSim released US Cities X Cleveland at simMarket.
Using high definition aerial textures, with dense and accurately placed Autogen, animated traffic of ships and ferries but also on roads, that sounds like a huge scenery add-on and a major product.
“For pilots Cleveland is among the most fascinating cities in the US. Unlike Chicago it still has a lakefront airport that is close to downtown and during the approach you get a superb view of this great city. Let it be the Browns Stadium, the Science Museum`s wind turbine or the Lakeshore Power plant that are just a few feet from the glideslope or the stunning views at those skyscrapers and many bridges crossing the Cuyahoga River. Last but not least the Lakefront Airport itself is well-known for the annual Cleveland National Air Show that takes place there.
As with most other US Cities again we have added some more bonus content like Perry’s Nuclear Power Plant to the east (a perfect waypoint for flights from the Niagara/Buffalo area) plus a complete island hopping scenery of the US Lake Erie Islands, of which most have their own airports in various sizes. The islands are also a nice stopover for flights from Chicago or a touristy holiday destination during the summer months. They are featuring a massive 315 feet tall peace memorial overlooking the islands.
- Aerial image coverage with up to 15cm/pix resolution (see attached Google Earth file)
- Bonus: Complete island hopping scenery covering the US Lake Erie Islands!
- More than 640 major buildings included
- 45,935 autogen objects placed realistically
- Highly detailed and customized mesh terrain
- Many detailed bridges with traffic crossing the Cuyahoga River 2 crossing a valley along the Cleveland-Hopkins Rwy 10 approach
- 4 heliports in good detail
Major airports in and around the city as well as the islands are covered with new high res ground images with customized mesh terrain (no new building structures added)
- Burke Lakefront
- Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
- Cuyahoga County Airport
- Kelley’s Island”