Custom ground polygon, season photoreal textures, custom buildings are just some of the efforts results seen in KDAY James M Cox Dayton Intl airport scenery. This airport in Ohio has been development for a few months and you can keep on following the author’s progress in FSDeveloper forum.
The terminal area of Cleveland, Ohio, is an area of around 5.000 square miles modeled as photoreal scenery at high resolution by MegaScenery Earth as a Ultra-res City title. Open simMarket product page, and the map coverage will appear at the end of the screenshots list.
Ultra-Res City can be used as a standalone scenery, depicting the big city and its suburbs at 50cm per pixel. But it can be alsoe used as an enhancement to the MegaScenery Earth US state product, that is perfectly compatible. Cincinnati, Ohio has arrived at simMarket, as usual for FSX.
Despite of all the latest good sceneries recently released, a simmer is always interested in getting some more ! With KDAY Dayton project in Ohio, an industrial region of the Montgomery county, it will be also a good reason to fly to a new region in FSX in case you haven’t visited yet.
You may have seen the recent release of 29Palms’ Phenick Field as part of the Golden Age Simulations Ryan PT-22 Recruit package release. It is now also available as a standalone package for Microsoft Flight Simulators 2004 and X. Located near Newark, Ohio in the United States, Phenick Field is…
Thanks to Shehryar Ansari and Mel Bullerdick efforts, there is a new freeware scenery for Toledo Express Airport, Ohio, USA. Designed for FS2004, it ‘is a detailed rendition of this regional feeder airport which serves as a cargo hub as well as the home of the 180th Fighter Wing of the…
If you have enjoyed KPHL freeware airport for FS2004 by SunSkyJet, get prepared for their next project : Toledo Express KTOL for FS2004. It’s their actual project under development as you can see in their forum.
Aerosoft and LimeSim released US Cities X Cleveland at simMarket. Using high definition aerial textures, with dense and accurately placed Autogen, animated traffic of ships and ferries but also on roads, that sounds like a huge scenery add-on and a major product.