LatinVFR Releases Miami International Airport (KMIA) V5 on Prepar3D

In a surprise announcement, LatinVFR has released a brand new version of Miami International Airport (KMIA) for Prepar3D V4. The new version of the airport is a completely brand new version built from the ground…

Posted: 28-Jun-2019 @ 15:41z
LatinVFR Releases Miami International Airport (KMIA) V5 on Prepar3D

In a surprise announcement, LatinVFR has released a brand new version of Miami International Airport (KMIA) for Prepar3D V4. The new version of the airport is a completely brand new version built from the ground up with advanced new techniques, high-quality texture work and ensuring that the airport reflects the current layout of the real-world version.

Miami International Airport is one of America’s busiest airports serving as a hub to many airlines including American Airlines, FedEx Express and DHL Aviation. Many other airlines, both domestic and international, frequent the airport bringing in millions of passengers every year.

The new version from LatinVFR includes a full rendition of the airport, with detailed modelling work and native PBR material applied to many of the textures including the ground and buildings. Wet PBR surfaces have also been included along with new techniques that will affect the braking action when it is raining at the airport. Furthermore, extensive work has been done to include 200 square KM of photoscenery coverage including many city buildings, nearby beaches and more. Many of these buildings in key locations such as Bay Harbour and Key Biscayne is rendered with PBR.

LatinVFR Miami International Airport is available on both simMarket and LatinVFR’s own website. There are a few variations on pricing to support customers who purchased the product in the past. If you purchased KMIA V4 on or after April 1st 2019, you are entitled to a free update. If you purchased the product before, then you will need to pay the upgrade price of €14.00. We have been told by LatinVFR that only customers who purchased the product via simMarket and intend on buying the update through the store can use the discount. If you want to buy direct, there’s only an option to buy it at full price.

If you want to buy the product direct from LatinVFR, the product will cost you $26.99. If you’re buying it from simMarket, it will cost you €28.00 (approx. $32). The product is only compatible with P3Dv4.

LatinVFR Miami International Airport (KMIA) V5 Features

  • KMIA airport all buildings objects and ground polygons made from native PBR materials
  • Surroundings of KMIA, and over 200 square kilometers of photo scenery coverage. City buildings, covering Miami Beach from Bay Harbor to Key Biscayne with custom made PBR buildings.
  • SODE animated PBR jetways for the best jetway animation possible.
  • SODE controlled lighting, automatically illuminating when low visibility and rain conditions.
  • SODE controlled rain effects, enabling wet PBR surfaces whenever rain is present.
  • Custom animated airport vehicles.
  • Special slippery condition for runways that would affect braking action whenever it is raining.
  • And much more…..
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