SimBreeze Releases Hurghada X (HEGN) V2 for P3Dv4

SimBreeze has today released Hurghada X V2 for P3Dv4. This comes after the developer released the product for FSX and P3Dv3 earlier last year. This new version of the Egyptian airport sits on the coast and serves as a key holiday resort for the country. It’s nearby towns, hotels and experiences make it an ideal place for tourists. And with a lot of tourists, comes a lot of airlines who fly into the airport.

For simmers, the airport boosts a long feature list, which includes dynamic lighting, safegate docking signs, as well as 2 heliports. Of course, the scenery package includes a ‘detailed representation’ of the airport, including both runways, as well as sights that the pilot often sees during take off and landing. This means you can see plenty of hotels, reefs and other landmarks only seen in Hurghada. The package also contains a configuration tool and manuals to help get you set up.

It’s currently available in SimMarket for €20.00 (excluding VAT). If you currently own the FSX/P3Dv3 version, then you can upgrade for €5.00 (excluding VAT).Features:

  • Detailed representation of the airport incl. 2 runways
  • Detailed representation of the resort Hurghada incl sights, hotels and Hurghada Marina
  • Advanced representation of the reefs, Giftun Island and all adjacent islands
  • Advanced representation of the following hotels: Aladin Beach, Conrad Beach, Sunrise Mamlouk Palace Resort, Sunrise Garden Beach, Dana Beach, Desert Rose, Golden 5, Iberotel Aquamarine, Titanic Beach, Melia Pharaoh, Hilton Long Beach, Coral Beach
  • El Gouna incl. Airport (HEGO) included
  • 10.000 qkm created area
  • Contain all airport buildings
  • Contain new terminal
  • IK Jetways
  • SODE Jetways
  • Safegate Docking signs at all gates
  • Excellent night effects
  • Dynamic Lights
  • Realistic runway and taxiway lighting
  • Numerous scenery effects
  • Animated ground traffic
  • Animated 3D people (FSX/P3D)
  • 2 Heliports, one at the airport and one of the Giftun-Island
  • configurator
  • Manual with charts
Tags : AirportHEGNHurghadaScenerySimBreezeSimMarket
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Hello Calum,

as I am developing freeware myself, I don’t have the time to cover the news as well. And FSElite thankfully saves me a lot of time on finding the news. Don’t understand it as critic but as food for thought. A review for JetStream might be more fun, but is it really necessary? By now, everyone knows, they are doing great work and a lot of customer reviews are usually avaliable on simmarket. A review about those mediocre (and not really cheap) sceneries although might me much more interesting as it might be possible, they are just bad at making screenshots and the scenery itself looks nice in a fully loaded P3Dv4. If the reviews are all great and amazing, what are they helping after all?

And if I come across a newsworthy freeware, I will let you know.

I find your choice of news a little bit odd. This really doesn’t look like a scenery that is worth anything near 20€. In the last year I saw a lot of freeware that is better and yet freeware never gets mentioned on this site. One example would be Rhodos of simmershome but for sure it is not the only one.

Calum Martin

We cover any news that we find to share to the community. We don’t want to discriminate based on just a few screenshots and will simply inform. We use our reviews to help the community decide what to buy.

Yes I agree there’s lots of freeware out there. We just don’t often get told of any freeware releases to enable us to share more.

If you’re interested in helping us, do get in touch!! 🙂