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Aviotek Simulation Software LIPH Treviso Antonio Canova Airport Available Now on X-Plane

Aviotek Treviso Regional Airport (3)

Developers Aviotek Simulation Software has released its LIPH Treviso Antonio Canova Airport on X-Plane 11. Antonio Canova Airport is known for its low-cost airliners in Italy with primary companies being Ryanair, WizzAir and Lauda (part of Ryanair). Named after a famous Italian sculptor, Antonio Canova features a single runway and numerous parking stands for the handful of airlines that visit.

Aviotek Simulation Software has included a range of features for the airport product including PBR glass and effects, HDR lighting and numerous 3D static aircraft, people in the terminal and grass. Lots of effort has gone into optimisation to ensure a smooth frame rate.

You can buy Aviotek Simulation Software’s LIPH Treviso Antonio Canova Airport on X-Aviation now for $22.95.

Feature List

  • Full replica of Treviso Airport (according to official 2020 blueprints and projects) and the military apron
  • PBR glass and effects
  • PBR ground textures with optimised resolution
  • HDR custom lighting
  • Hand-painted and color-corrected photoreal imagery
  • Custom 15 cm/px airport photoreal
  • 3D custom static aircrafts
  • 3D people inside the terminal
  • 3D grass with little FPS impact
  • Custom ground vehicles (static and animated)
  • Custom approach lighting system (located over Sile river)
  • Custom 3D landmarks all over the airport’s surroundings
  • Hand-placed vegetation and grass
  • Custom taxiway lighting
  • Custom night environment
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