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JustSim Releases Dusseldorf Airport (EDDL) v2.1 Update

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JustSim has released Dusseldorf Airport (EDDL) v2.1 for Prepar3D v5. The newly released update is a paid update for anyone on previous versions of the scenery.

The number of changes released in this update from JustSim are limited to just four items, according to their changelog. Those include the texture ground polygons changing and the updated of areas of the parking including the AFCAD and making GSX changes to accommodate the new AFCAD. Also, “additional optimisation” has been added and also a singular “small fix.”

Dusseldorf Airport (EDDL) is a focus city for airlines such as TUI, Ryanair and serves as a hub for Eurowings. Real-world routes from the airport include long-haul destinations such as Dubai, Barbados, and Abu Dhabi. A range of European routes are also available to airports such as Alicante, London, Amsterdam and more. Over 24 million passengers pass through the airport each year.

If you previously owned JustSim’s Dusseldorf Airport (v1, released June 2017) or JustSim’s Dusseldorf Airport for P3Dv4.4+ (v2, released November 2019), then you can upgrade to version 2.1 for €5.00 (plus tax). If you own neither, you can buy the product from simMarket for €19.90 (plus tax).

v2.1 Changelog

  • Texture ground polygons was changed.
  • The marking of the parking lots has been changed.
    • Afcad`s navdata was fix and modification for last charts
    • Terrain was compatible for last updates by ORBX global addons
    • GSX settings was made for current afcad
  • Additional optimization performed
  • Small fix
Tags : AirportEDDLJustSimSceneryUpdate
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