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MK-Studios Releases Lisbon v1.1 Update

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MK-Studios have just announced a v1.1 update to their Lisbon Airport (LPPT) scenery for Prepar3D v4 over on their Facebook page.

Many changes and improvements based on customer feedback have been introduced in v1.1 including overall lighting improvements, AFCAD improvements, texture updates and much more which can be viewed in the changelog below.

You can grab a hold of this update in your simMarket account. If you don’t already own MK-Studios Lisbon, you can get it over at simMarket for €23.00 (Excl. VAT). Furthermore, you can check out our review of Lisbon.

- Terminal textures improved.
- More dirt on the buildings.
- Stand 707 changed to 705 number.
- New centerline lights effects.
- Runway lights visibility improved.
- Added PAPI to runway 35.
- Added RETIL lights on 03/21.
- New ground vehicles and extreme density option.
- Removed part of the lights from twy C and all from twy D according to real life operations.
- Fixed yellow line shape on taxiway S3.
- Fixed yellow line connection on taxiway Z1.
- Fixed yellow bar on U1.
- Fixed runway center line position.
- More 3D grass added in concrete cracks.
- Dissapearing jetways under certain angles fixed.
- Jetway docking/connection to the airplane improved.
- 2D people from terminal removed.
- 3D people added in the terminal.
- Improved night lightning of the terminal interior.
- New options for interior lightning for HDR and non HDR configs.
- Improved autogen on final 03.
- Baggage cars added.
- Dynamic lights improved.
- AFCAD improvements.
- Crash boxes removed from some objects.
 
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The folks hidden behind MK Studios name make a great job.