FranceVFR Releases Strasbourg Airport for P3D

Developer FranceVFR has released Strasbourg Airport (LFST) for Prepar3D v4 and v4. The “extremely detailed” airport is a depiction of the airport in the northeast of France. Strasbourg Airport sees a number of flights across…

Posted: 15-Feb-2022 @ 19:51z
Updated: 23-Mar-2023 @ 21:20z
FranceVFR Releases Strasbourg Airport for P3D

Developer FranceVFR has released Strasbourg Airport (LFST) for Prepar3D v4 and v4. The “extremely detailed” airport is a depiction of the airport in the northeast of France. Strasbourg Airport sees a number of flights across Europe from airlines such as Air France, LOT Polish Airlines, Volotea and others.

The airport itself has a single 7,800ft runway, a single passenger terminal and parking spaces for aircraft no bigger than single-aisle bodied aircraft.

FranceVFR has included a number of features including 0.25 meter/pixel aerial photography, detailed ground texturing, autogen buildings and also night textures throughout. The developer has also used the SDK in a way to make sure the capability for future sim releases is ensured. Finally, a set of charts has been included with the scenery product to help navigate and take on the approaches to Strasbourg.

You can buy FranceVFR’s Strasbourg Airport for Prepar3D v4 and v5 now from SIMMARKET for €16.58.

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