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FSDG La Romana Released for FSX/P3D

Laromana

FSDG has released La Romana for FSX and P3D. La Romana Casa De Campo International Airport (MDLR) is a single-runway airport located on the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic, right next to the town of La Romana. It has a small terminal with 4 main gates and sees the majority of the business action in La Romana.

FSDG’s version is next in line in their ‘LITE’ series, so the porduct only covers the La Romana airport and nothing outside of the airport boundaries. This keep frames high and conflicts low with additional world terrain products.

Feature List includes:

  • Accurate rendition of La Romana International Airport, Campo de Casa (MDLR)
  • Realistic shadow and light rendition
  • New dynamic lights technology (P3Dv4)
  • Optimized for great performance and smooth AI traffic behavior
  • Compatible with all known add-ons including AES, GSX, UTX, FS Global and the ftx series.

La Romana airport is available for FSX and FSX:Steam, and all versions of P3D. You can grab it now from the FSDG online store for $11.11 USD.

 
Tags : FSDGLa RomanaMDLR
Dmitri Scheidel

The author Dmitri Scheidel

I was raised around aviation since day one, living on multiple airports across California I naturally took a liking to the big loud things with the shiney spinners. I have been simming since FS98 and slowly worked my way through the versions, I now happily run P3D V4 on a rather powerful setup ; ). I am also a real life private pilot and certified ground school instrustor *at only 18 years old!* | View My Specs

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I am a huge fan of FSDG and I think their Lite airport range is such a fantastic idea. As stated it keeps the performance excellent while maintaining superb quality, and keeping focus on the most important aspects of the airport itself. Keep them coming!