White Dot Sim Design Releases Addis Ababa for P3Dv4


White Dot Sim Design has recently released the updated version 1.9.3 of their great freeware release of Addis Ababa Bole International Airport (ICAO: HAAB, IATA: ADD).

The airport is the main hub of Ethiopian Airlines and serves almost 450 flights per day.¬† They fly to more than 100 destinations from Addis Ababa – including another recently released freeware, Nosy Be in Madagascar (available¬†here) with a 737-800 – so there’s no shortage of destinations.

It’s updated for Prepar3D V4, and some notable updates include the following:

  • Apron lights from OrientalSim, greatly enhancing night-time atmosphere in the airport
  • A fix for some long-running elevation issues
  • AFCAD improvements allowing the scenery to work properly with P3D night lighting.

You can download the scenery for free at this link.

Tags : AirportEthiopiaHAABSceneryWhite Dot Sim Design
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