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Drzewiecki Design EETN Tallinn V2 XP Released

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Drzewiecki Design has released Tallinn EETN V2 for the X-Plane 11 platform. It is a highly detailed scenery as usual from Drzewiecki in the capital of Estonia on the coast to the Gulf of Finland.

Tallin Airport is the largest in Estonia and home base of the national airline Nordica and the airport is used for both domestic and international flights. Located roughly 4 km away from the city centre of Tallin city.

Main changes in version 2 are updated ground scenery, extended runway as well as new taxiways etc. Also autogen has got an enhancement, as well as improved texture management to provide a better performance for the end user.

Full list of changes that comes with the V2 version of this scenery

  • Autogates and VGDS

  • Updated ground poly – extended runway, new taxiways and aprons New MRO hangar

  • Extended terminal building and some interior added

  • New tramway station with an animated tram

  • Several new high buildings north of the airport

  • New vertical taxiway signs

  • New fences and trees

  • Autogen enhancements

  • Updated ground imagery

  • Estonian Air signs and aircraft removed

  • New car parking

  • New static aircraft

  • Highly upgraded texture management for better performance

  • Updated LOGOs

  • Welcome To Estonia sign added

  • Reworked GA apron, Y4 taxiway added

For more visit Drzewiecki Design’s website and Facebook page.

Tags : Drzewiecki DesignEETNTallinn
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