Without a doubt, the designer David Rosenfeld who made this new iteration of Tel Aviv airport in Israel knows pretty well the real place and it’s not the first time he models it. Now in 2020, Mega Airport Ben Gurion P3D for versions 5 and 4.5 comes with all modern…
Virtual Development Group invite simmers to have a look at their in-development airport scenery in the Southern region of Israel, where they are modelling Ramon Airport, that serves Eilat city. Including the detailed drain canals, but also PBR effects, ground polygon and dynamic lights, this announcement wets our appetite.
A few months have passed since our last post about Ben Gurion airport (LLBG), its development for P3D4 is in the hands of David Rosenfeld. Last time, the preview was focused on the latest Terminal 3. Now, there is a video and new screenshots taken from the top view for…
New episode in the follow-up series of LLBG Ben Gurion development by David Rosenfeld : the Terminal 3 open in 2004 appeared among the preview pics revealed here.
Even if you don’t know where Eilat is, the most observant of you will have noted by the ICAO code (LLER) that the airport is in Israel. Yes, that’s the place where Virtual Development Group will soon introduce their airport scenery with PBR effects, dynamic lighting and photorealistic surroundings in…
The main airport of Tel Aviv, Ben Gurion LLBG, is still under construction for P3D4. Check the numerous preview screenshots shared by David Rosenfeld. His progress since May 2019 is looking good.
We’ve followed the development of Ben Gurion LLBG airport by David Rosenfeld since almost 2 years already. New episode today with pics taken from the maintenance area.
We’ve been reporting the development news from David Rosenfeld, and that’s another set of preview screenshots of Ben Gurion LLBG. The author already confirmed that PBR textures will be included in the scenery of Tel Aviv airport as you can see.
The last time there was pics of the project was in August. Two months later, David Rosenfeld shares new screenshots of his Ben Gurion reboot scenery for the airport of Tel Aviv, Israel.
Ben Gurion airport will come as a new version with modern scenery features. Since 2017, the designer David Rosenfeld have published development news from time to time. In his latest post, the latest pics were also commented to specify that there will be SODE jetways, and without FSX support.