The capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, gets now a super detailed scenery for its airport in P3D 4.5 and FSX. And it is made by A_A Sceneries who modelled the new terminals, KLIA Express train and the skybridge.
The new version P3D v4 and compatible v5 of KLIA Kuala Lumpur is “almost done” wrote A_A Sceneries. Only the final tweaks, tests and setup packaging remain on the to-do list.
Fresh new from A_A Sceneries about their Malaysian airport scenery of KLIA at Kuala Lumpur. They are preparing a new version for P3D v4.5, to be compatible also with P3D5. All jetways at KLIA and KLIA2 will be SODE animated models, and the upgrade will require just a small fee.
Once again, we can have sort of an early access to KLIA2 development thanks to the regular preview updates of A_A Sceneries. The malaisian airport received the textures works to reproduce the wet apron effect.
Another preview by A_A Sceneries about Kuala Lumpur KLIA2 includes a few screenshots taken by night to show the lights effects.
KLIA Kuala Lumpur is currenty in sale with a 20% discount at simMarket. But remember that KLIA2 will be offered as a separate product, it’s being designed when you read this. A_A Sceneries announced at the beginning they would ask a small fee to the registered customers of KLIA.
Along the new screenshots of the KLIA2 scenery development progress, the developer A_A Sceneries give also more informations about FS9 compatibility and the upgrade policy. Customers of the current KLIA Kuala Lumpur FSX airport product don’t have KLIA2 modern terminal area because of the missing photoreal data. In about 6 months,…
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1L0Y3wTCSxE&feature=player_embedded Edited by a fan of KLIA Kuala Lumpur airport recently released by A_A Sceneries, the above video gives another view of the Malaysian scenery. To get back to the author’s description and screenshots, click here.
You have been able to follow up its development here at simFlight, and you can now have the opportunity to taxi around in KLIA Kuala Lumpur, by A_A Sceneries. All the detailed features and the final commercial screenshots are found at simMarket.
In the last run before public release, the new pictures uploaded by A_A Sceneries show the latest details added to the airport scenery of KLIA Kuala Lumpur (ICAO : WMKK). The airplane parking spots and taxiways received effects of wear and tear, or other oil stains. It seems like we’ll get also…