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Jetstream Designs Releases Paris Orly for MSFS

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Scenery developer Jetstream Designs has released Paris Orly Airport (LFPO) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Located in Paris, France, the airport is second to that of Charles de Gaulle, but still a vital part of the aviation scene in the city. The airport may be smaller, but it still has a huge amount of traffic from Air France, easyJet, Transavia and a host of other international airlines. The airport can handle pretty much all aircraft sizes at a variety of different stands and gates at the airport.

Jetstream Designs is known for its detailed airport products with Paris Orly favouring no differently. The product comes with detailed 3D modelling, realistic-looking textures and various pieces of ground service equipment spread throughout to give the airport a sense of life. Despite the number of objects and details in the scenery, Jetstream Designs has made the airport optimised for the simulator.

You can buy Jetstream Designs’ Paris Orly Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator from either Flightbeam ($23.99) or through simMarket (€19.80). It’s worth noting that customers who buy the product through simMarket can get 30% off if they already own the Prepar3D or FSX version of the airport.

Features

  • Custom, highly detailed ground textures
  • Custom, dynamic/animated jetways
  • Includes the newly-built Hall 4 extension
  • Realistic night lighting, with hand placed, illuminated floodlights and glows
  • Full PBR and HD textures
  • Custom taxiway signs
  • Highly optimized
Tags : AirportFlightBeamJetstream DesignsLFPOOrlyParisScenery
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