A few hours ago, another preview update show the development progress of A_A Sceneries on their current project of ZBAA Beijing Intl. When released, this major product will certainly be their flag after Bangkok.
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Although it’s too early to see the result integrated in FSX, A_A Sceneries reveal some details on their ground polygons, custom made based upon aerial views. A few weeks or months more before you can fly to ZBAA Beijing scenery.
KLIA2 of A_A Sceneries is now looking even better since they integrated the recently designed jetways into the sim. For now the different level of details of these static jetways allow a good framerates despite of the complexity of the airport. Now, they will try how much different it can…
A_A Sceneries is already proud of his level of progress at KLIA2 Kuala Lumpur. His Facebook timeline displays new preview screenshots of the numerous terminal buildings, including the SkyBridge. Check their currently available products at simMarket, still with 20% OFF until tomorrow.
KLIA Kuala Lumpur is currenty in sale with a 20% discount at simMarket. But remember that KLIA2 will be offered as a separate product, it’s being designed when you read this. A_A Sceneries announced at the beginning they would ask a small fee to the registered customers of KLIA.
Along the new screenshots of the KLIA2 scenery development progress, the developer A_A Sceneries give also more informations about FS9 compatibility and the upgrade policy. Customers of the current KLIA Kuala Lumpur FSX airport product don’t have KLIA2 modern terminal area because of the missing photoreal data. In about 6 months,…
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1L0Y3wTCSxE&feature=player_embedded Edited by a fan of KLIA Kuala Lumpur airport recently released by A_A Sceneries, the above video gives another view of the Malaysian scenery. To get back to the author’s description and screenshots, click here.
Before he works on the buildings, A_A Sceneries inserts the satellite photo on the terrain. KLIA2 is a new and modern terminal, 2 km away from the main terminal building (already released for FSX here) with its own runway and air traffic control tower.
You have been able to follow up its development here at simFlight, and you can now have the opportunity to taxi around in KLIA Kuala Lumpur, by A_A Sceneries. All the detailed features and the final commercial screenshots are found at simMarket.
In the last run before public release, the new pictures uploaded by A_A Sceneries show the latest details added to the airport scenery of KLIA Kuala Lumpur (ICAO : WMKK). The airplane parking spots and taxiways received effects of wear and tear, or other oil stains. It seems like we’ll get also…