Just before the holiday break, Jetstream Designs previewed some further screenshots of their upcoming Paris Orly airport, along with the announcement that it would possibly release before the end of the year. Fortunately, the team were able to deliver on that and has just released it via simMarket.
Being the second international airport in Paris, France, the airport sees a huge amount of traffic both domestically and across Europe and beyond. The airport sees over 32 million passengers per year and there have been major works on it to allow for further expansion. The airport Jetstream Designs has built is based on how the airport looks in 2019. You will see some construction sites within the scenery as building work is still on-going at the real world airport.
As for features, Jetstream Designs has included dynamic lighting, animated airport vehicles, SODE jetways and a scenery configuration tool to give all users an opportunity to refine their experience. The airport has been built for Prepar3D V4 only, meaning it takes advantage of P3D ground polys with the ‘wet effect’ during certain weather systems.
You can buy the Jetstream Designs’ Paris Orly right now from simMarket for a price of €24.00 (Excl. VAT).
- Scenery configurator for selecting any level of detail
- Animated SODE jetways
- Dynamic lights
- Native P3D ground with HD textures and wet effect
- Volumetric grass
- Detailed airport objects and vehicles
- Animated airport vehicles
- Animated Orly-Val train
- 3D taxiway lights with halos / Ramp lights with halos
- Extended autogen
- Night environment
- Four seasons
- Custom taxiway signs with realistic night textures
- Custom runway and taxiway lights
- GSX/GSX level 2 compatible (all aircraft positions accurately configured)
- Visual Docking System via GSX level 2
- And much more!
All objects and models are native P3D, compiled using the P3D V4 SDK.
The scenery depicts the Orly airport circa 2019, with all extensions and new terminals included and fully active. Some areas are still getting new construction works in 2019 and until 2024, these areas are shown with construction items and machinery in our scenery.