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Short Final Design EDDM Munich Airport Released

Eddm Munich Airport X Plane 11 (5)

Developer Short Final Design has released their anticipated new scenery, Munich Airport (EDDM) for X-Plane 11. The airport is one of the biggest in Europe with a huge number of airlines flying in and out daily. Having been in development for a little while, the airport packs a range of features for X-Plane users.

Short Final Design has included a range of accurate models, buildings and aircraft throughout the scenery. Also included is HDR night lighting, high-resolution photo scenery, and ground textures throughout. Keeping in line with the realism, Short Final Design has included a range of animated airport vehicles, custom animated jetways as well as making sure it is WorldTraffic 3 and X-Life compatible.

You can buy Short Final Design’s Munich Airport (EDDM) is available on the X-Plane.org store for $26.95 (Excl. VAT).

Features

Ultra-High Definition Airport

  • Accurate models for all buildings with baked ambient occlusion
  • Dynamic reflections on objects and ground textures
  • Custom high-resolution ground textures
  • HDR night lighting
  • High resolution photo scenery (30cm/px)
  • Randomly placed static aircraft can be toggled off in the X-Plane settings

Animated Airport

  • Animated airport vehicles (using GroundTraffic by Jonathan Harris)
  • Custom animated jetways and DGS (using the SAM plugin)
  • Taxi network and gate assignments
  • WorldTraffic 3 and X-Life ready

Weather Support

  • Summer and winter version
  • Weather effects on the ground for rain and snow
Tags : AirportEDDMmisterxSceneryShort Final Design
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