Nairobi, Mayotte Pamandzi, Walvis Bay and Windhoek are the four new sceneries recently launched by FSDG, all found in Africa. AviationLads published the official video to showcase their beautiful airports installed in Microsoft Flight Simulator.
FSDG designers team is MSFS ready : two new sceneries arrived in stock at simMarket, both are airports located in Namibia, Africa. Walvis Bay FYWB is a complete scenery with surroundings, and Windhoek FYWH is a Lite product, focused on the airport only.
The Kenyan airport scenery of Nairobi X-Plane was launched last month by FSDG, but the Official Trailer has just been published. As there were not a lof of commercial screenshots at release, this new video may help you to make your mind about it now.
The beautiful Greek island will definitely look different with FSDG’s treatment in X-Plane 11. The whole land of Rhodes is covered of high definition aerial textures, and the detailed airport is all yours of course. More screenshots and purchase via simMarket.
Kenia is the new African destination that appeared among the airports sceneries of FSDG. It’s a Lite product, focused on the airport itself, modelling the infrastructure serving the capital Nairobi (HKJK).
Right after P3D V5 release by Lockheed Martin, numerous scenery developers said they would make upgrades for their airports within 2 weeks. Flight Sim Development Group (FSDG) has been among them, and you can already find below a comprehensive list of their compatible products with the latest P3D ! Log…
FSDG targets P3D V5, but also older versions and FSX too with their brand new sceneries available at simMarket. The first one Durban King Shaka (FALE) in South Africa, and the second one is Beziers (LFMU) in the South of France. Both look very realistic and uses PBR materials on the…
The major airport of Morocco is also available for X-Plane 11. FSDG recently released the scenery for P3D v4/v3 and FSX, Don’t worry about finding some life in the airport, they included animated ground traffic and jetways (with SAM plugin).
Did you know that FSDG is working on a French airport ? In the Southern region of France, Beziers Cap d’Agde (LFMU) is a medium size airport open to all kind of traffic, and it’s pretty close to the coastline, in front of the Mediterranean Sea.