This is the new version 2 of the Austrian airport Salzburg LOWS. It’s made for P3D5 and P3D4, and uses now higher resolution textures, new P3D materials and the airport is updated with the latest changes. Digital Design adds again the city buildings and landmarks and they will produce a…
Digital Design released a must-have scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator : Salzburg in Austria combines the detailed airport (LOWS), with vehicles, high quality buildings, textures and effects… plus the city landmarks, monuments and bridges. The file download has a size of 2,7 Gb, and it asks for 3,2 Gb free…
There are extraordinary landscapes in Austria, and you can experiment this level of excitement in Microsoft Flight Simulator with the high quality scenery of Gaya Simulations at Zell am See (LOWZ). Close to Salzburg city, the little airport receives small aircraft in the middle of the Alps.
LOWS Salzburg has been a popular scenery product for FSX and P3D from Digital Design. It’s quite logical that the developer got back to the sketch board to improve even more the detailed scenery and to optimize it for P3D v4. The new version is only made for that last…
The biggest regional airport of Austria is LOWS Salzburg. Do you want to explore it through X-Plane 11 with PBR materials applied on the realistic buildings ? Upgrade from X-Plane 10 version for a small fee at simMarket.
Following their policy, Digital Design adapted the Austrian scenery of LOWS Salzburg for X-Plane ! “Optimized for excellent performance”, it’s also compatible with X-Life traffic.
Austria’s largest regional airport is situated in the heart of the Alps near the city centre of Salzburg, the fourth-largest Austrian city. You can now replicate flights into Salzburg with Digital Designs latest release over on the simMarket store. Judging by the previews, it’s certainly a mighty and great quality release.
FSoftware have just released their rendition of Salzburg. Its available on the simMarket store for €14.40 excl VAT. The pictures provided are a little too much on the bright side which could be a slight issue if you want to see the ground textures in a more natural environment.
Mathijs Kok of Aerosoft seems to be proud to demonstrate what they call a progress about their OV-10 Bronco X. Just as quick announcements but with some pictures for reference, he also announced in other forum posts two new projects : Maastricht – Aachen airport and Salsburg 2011.