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Digital Design Releases More Previews of Tenerife-South

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Digital Design has released more previews of their approaching Tenerife-South scenery in their public Facebook group. With their first previews being released just before Christmas of last year, this scenery has been on many simmers’ wishlist for close to 5 months, now. This scenery looks to be an excellent addition to the ever-popular Canary Islands libraries, which have seen a lot of love over the past year.

Digital Design’s last preview came in late January, giving us just one extra shot to feast upon; this time they boast 42 images, showing clearly that we can expect a large area of surrounding scenery to accompany the airport itself. The post comes with the caption ‘soon‘, so while no release date has been announced, it hopefully will not be too far away now.

 
Tags : AirportDDDigital DesignSceneryTenerife
Matthew

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Matthew is a student from the U.K. finishing his last year in college, studying mathematics, chemistry and physics. An avid plane spotter, he often visits Manchester Airport to get as many images and he can muster, as well as spending time at his local aerodrome (Manchester Barton). Being an aviation enthusiast, and hopeful future RAF officer, Matthew has been a part of the flight simming community for 7+ years.

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aaaaand it just released! now available at simmarket!

Looks really impressive. It’s nice to see more developers modelling the whole surrounding area than just the airport itself, I love how much detail they have gone into. I travel to Tenerife a lot, so I can vouch for many in saying it looks spot on.

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Yeap, looks very promising.

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Totally agree. I don’t think there’s much point having a good airport scenery if there’s nothing to look at on Approach/departure. Especially in a place as beautiful as Tenerife.