Calling all mountaineers and mountain flying experts, FSX3D has released their rendition of Mont-Dauphin Saint-Crepin (LFNC) for MSFS users to discover.
Mont-Dauphin Saint-Crepin (LFNC) is a small regional airfield exclusively used by private pilots for recreational use and is located within the community of Mont-Dauphin in the French Mediterranean alps. The airfield is not controlled and has two runways, one tarmacked and one made of grass. Although not finding a lot on the subject of the airport itself, the community of Mont-Dauphin is one of the many places fortified by famous French fort designer Vauban. Today, the community and its fortress form part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
French airport developer FSX3D has released their rendition of this French regional airfield for MSFS users to discover. Their version of Mont-Dauphin (LFNC) includes an airport that has been faithfully recreated using highly-detailed custom 3D models featuring PBR materials, a reworked photorealistic terrain surrounding the airfield, and custom ground poly.
FSX3D’s rendition of Mont-Dauphin Saint-Crepin can be bought via the developer’s simMarket store page and will cost you €12.00 Exc. VAT. Pre-existing customers having bought their rendition of the airfield for Prepar3D will be eligible for a discount, only paying €6.00 Exc. VAT for the developers new version.
- Airfield modeled true to real life
- Highly detailed PBR 3D building models
- Reworked photorealistic terrain across the entire area
- Custom ground-poly
- All building models as well as vehicles on screenshots are not original MSFS library objects