Drzewiecki Design Releases Rzeszów Airport for MSFS

Enjoy Poland's eighth busiest airport, Rzeszów-Jasionka, in Microsoft Flight Simulator

Established developer Drzewiecki Design have brought the Polish airport of Rzeszów-Jasionka to Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Situated in the south-east of Poland, the airport has become the eighth busiest in the country, with a torrent of low-cost flights across Europe and domestic hops making it a hive of activity.

Furthermore, despite being relatively petite in size, it has the unique accolade of being the smallest airport in Europe with a direct scheduled transatlantic flight.

Drzewiecki Design’s product features an incredibly high quality depiction of the terminal and surrounding buildings. The interior of the airport’s new terminal, opened in 2012, is represented in the scenery, with a high level of detail and PBR materials also included in the control tower and hangars.

Night textures, dynamic lighting and a high definition mesh have all been incorporated in the scenery, however the developers insist it is FPS-friendly with a focus on performance.

Upgrade options are available for customers who have already purchased previous Polish Airports Vol. 1 in the Aerosoft Shop.

You can purchase Rzeszów Airport by Drzewiecki Design from Aerosoft.com for €14.40 (excluding VAT) here.

Features:

  • A high quality model of EPRZ Rzeszów Airport, featuring the up-to-date version with extensive details throughout the whole airport
  • FPS-friendly design, with epic night textures, dynamic lighting and PBR materials
  • High definition mesh including exact runway profile
  • Performance-friendly interior modeling at terminal buildings, control tower and hangars, advanced night lighting, custom animations, sound effects
  • Rzeszów City landmarks and EPRJ airport included

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Jordan Webb
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Having grown up a stone's throw away from Manchester Airport, Jordan had no choice but to love aviation and all things planes. With the help of flight simulators, namely FSX and more recently Xplane 11, he eventually muddled his way to sitting behind the controls of the real thing on a daily basis.
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