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MK-Studios – Keflavik Update v1.2

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The beautiful scenery of MK-Studios to depict Keflavik airport KIBF in Iceland, for P3D v5 and v4.5, has been updated to version 1.2. A few fixes and the addition of animated vehicles and people are the main items of this update. Note that ALL their products are on Sale, special…

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MK-Studios – Keflavik v1.10 Update for P3D5

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Among the growing flow of P3D V5 updates, MK-Studios announced they achieved and uploaded the update V1.10 for their impressive scenery of Keflavik BIKF, now also compatible with P3D5. Of course, this is totally free for registered users. Their fans can expect the same to come for Dublin airport, Tenerife…

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MK-Studios – Keflavik P3D4

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MK-Studios latest release is Keflavik for P3D4, and their marvellous package has more than just BIKF airport itself. Of course, the main airport in Iceland is accurately modelled with plenty of details, vehicles and special effects. But you will be able to visit also BIAR Akureyri and BIIS airports. In…

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MK-Studios – Keflavik Preview

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Follow MK-Studios for a quick walk in the airport of Keflavik BIKF under development for P3D, and probably followed by the X-Plane version. You will appreciate the detailed jetways, custom and detailed buildings with snow accumulation on the apron.

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Aerosoft Keflavik last preview ?

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Out of the ground textures, Shaun Fletcher of Aerosoft revealed the latest 3D rendered screens of Keflavik airport. Whether you use Iceland X or not, Keflavik scenery will be standalone and is said to be “rather close to release”.

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Aerosoft – news of Keflavik

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Thorsten Reichert of Aerosoft updated the Keflavik BIKF airport development thread with 3D rendering screenshots. See buildings and detailed vehicles after a click here.

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Aerosoft — Preview Kevlavik Airport (BIKF)

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Learn about the new project of Thorsten Reichert : Kevlavik Airport Shuttle (BIKF). The first 2 screenshots are already visible in Aerosoft forum. This scenery will fit nicely into the already existing Iceland X.