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Skyline Simulations “Billy Bishop” Toronto City Airport FSX/P3D: The FSElite Review

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Skyline Simulations
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In this video, I give my review of the FSX and P3D version of Skyline Simulations’ “Billy Bishop” Airport. We will be looking over the texture work and modeling of the airport objects and city, as well as, seasonal variation/blending, performance, and more.

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