Texas Simulations Announces KDFW for FSX, P3D and X-Plane


Aptly named developer Texas Simulations has announced Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport for FSX, P3D and X-Plane.

A post on the Avsim forum, while short on details, says that the upcoming software will be a low-cost, updated alternative to both FSDreamTeam (FSX/P3D) and Aerosoft (X-Plane) scenery. Work has begun on both terminal B and D and more screenshots will be posted once the work is complete.

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is the primary international airport serving the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas and is the ninth busiest international airport in the United States. The airport serves 257 destinations, including 191 domestic and 66 international destinations.

While no release date has been announced, it seems that KDFW will see lots of love in the coming months, as ImagineSim recently announced work on the airport for both P3D v4.4 and X-Plane 11.

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