The preview of the month posted by A_A Sceneries shows the placement of the numerous signs and ground markings at ZBAA Beijing airport scenery. The author is careful enough not to predict a release date.
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We’re following another step of ZBAA Beijing scenery development, thanks to A_A Sceneries reports via Facebook. They have started to design the custom ground markings. Given the size of the airport, it’s not one day shot but the global progress is estimated around 60-70%.
If you already have plotted your flight plan to ZBAA Beijing in expectation of A_A Sceneries product release, it’s probably too early as you will get various AIRAC Cycles until then. Anyway, it’s still pleasant to get some preview updates directly from the developer.
Like every month, A_A Sceneries make happy their fans at Facebook with the latest information on the developement of Beijing ZBAA project. The Chinese airport have been tested in Prepar3D v3. This is very good news as it will be their first product to be compatible with Lockheed Martin flight simulator.
Beijing ZBAA project is a long project for A_A Sceneries, but the designer keeps informs their Facebook fans from time to time about the scenery design progress. In his last message, he was still adding more buildings in the maintenance area. He still needs more photos if you can provide them…
Find the answer at A_A Sceneries Facebook page where they regularly post development updates upon their largest project : ZBAA Beijing. They are currently modelling the numerous buildings in the cargo area of the Chinese airport.
A_A Sceneries developer of ZBAA Beijing airport scenery felt that his addition buildings and trees was worth a new screenshot preview. Nevertheless, there are still a lot more of buildings to be modelled before he moves to the jetways, objects and night textures.
They are probably preparing the best hit of their collection, A_A Sceneries shows progress on their ZBAA Beijing scenery ! Since last preview, the integration on photoreal terrain and the custom buildings in the area that looks like the maintenance zone have been completed.
The asian team of A_A Sceneries grants their Facebook visitors with another bunch of views from ZBAA Beijing (FSX at least). Who wants to see this tower from his virtual cockpit ? On the same social network, FSDG published 5 screens of a new Austrian airport they are developing : LOWG…