Portland International KPDX is the major US airport released this week for Microsoft Flight Simulator, designed by iBlue Yonder in partnership with FlightBeam Studios. And it’s now available for download at simMarket, where a 30% OFF rebate is applied if you already own Portland for P3D or X-Plane.
This weekend, FlightBeam Studios and iBlueYonder should be ready for a major release soon : Portland KPDX for Microsoft Flight Simulator. We know well iBlueYonder for their long history in quality scenery including Nantucket Island, Heron’s Nest and… Portland. So plan a visit to Oregon, USA, this weekend.
With the latest addition of KPDX Portland International for X-Plane 11, the complete airports collection of FllightBeam Studios is now available through simMarket. Bill Womack/iBlueYonder makes part of its designers, so you can easily imagine the attention to detail here !
Trust in Bill Womack’s scenery design abilities, he designed KPDX Portland Intl in P3Dv4 for FlightBeam Studios. The very high definition textures, lights animations and other neat features make it a must-have.
Bill Womack has already prepared an update version 1.1 for his beautiful scenery of Portland KPDX published by FlightBeam Studios. The few fixes include some ground markings, the placement of taxiways hatch marks, addition of trees.
At FlightBeam Studios homepage, the new scenery available is Portland KPDX, designed by iBlue Yonder (Bill Womack). The US airport in Oregon is compatible with P3D4, and uses SODE jetways plus dynamic lights. Happy flights !
During the 30% OFF Sale they are running at simMarket, Flightbeam Studios uploaded a new set of preview screenshots of KPDX Portland. The US airport in Oregon has two long and parallel runways, respectively 11’000 and 9825 ft long, and a shorter and crossing runway of 6’000 ft long. See the airport…
Missing Vauchez’ former FlightScenery brand is perfectly understandable as he made top notch pieces of “Flight Zones” for FS2004, #1 Rhode Island and #2 Portland. According to the following webpage, and if you own the original FlightZone 02 Portland, you will be able to use it in FSX with the…