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PILOT’S Releases Leicester Airport for Prepar3D v4

PILOT S EGBG Leicester (6)

Developer PILOT’S has released Leicester Airport for Prepar3D v4. Mainly used for flight training, the airport is often used for GA flying. The runway is just over 3,000 feet long and can handle aircraft such as the King Air 350 and small business jets such as the Embraer Phenom 300.

The airport product features 4K textures throughout, including custom landclass for the city of Leicester and airport area. Furthermore, the product features 3D grass, seasonal trees, dynamic lighting and PBR wet ground polygon texturing.

Whilst the product is available right now for Prepar3D v4, an FSX and FSX:SE version will follow soon. If demand is there, the team will develop the product for X-Plane 11.

You can buy PILOT’S Leicester Airport now €19.95.

Features

  • For Prepar3D V4.x (FSX, FSX:SE, coming soon; X-Plane 11 maybe later, depending on demand)
  • 4K resolution textures
  • Custom landclass for the entire city of Leicester and airport area
  • Detailed interior for Leicester Aeroclub
  • 3D grass/trees custom vegation
  • Seasonal trees using SODE (FSX & P3D)
  • Dynamic lights for airport and SWS Live Scenery cars (P3D V4)
  • Seasonal ground textures & 3D grass
  • SODE windsock, takeoff T and parked cars that change based on time of day
  • Openable hangars using SODE
  • Custom buildings for Leicester city
  • Time & date-based crowds & aircraft using SODE (P3D V4)
  • PBR wet ground polygon using SODE (P3D V4)
  • Vehicles and animated people using SWS Live Scenery (P3D V4)
  • Fully optimized design for great performance and high frame rates
  • Made for FS Global Ultimate – NG Mesh (optional), compatible with FTX Global and Regions
  • And more …
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I have been an avid fan of Flight Sim since the release of ‘2000 and have developed my love for aviation ever since. I have the knowledge and experience to really deliver an excellent aviation community. Although no real life flying experience, I have a good understanding and always learning more and more.
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