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Skyline Simulations “Billy Bishop” Toronto City Airport FSX/P3D: The FSElite Review

Product Information
Developer
Skyline Simulations
Purchase From
Skyline Simulations
Price
21.90 EUR
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Version Reviewed
1.00
Press Copy Provided By
Skyline Simulations
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In this video, I give my review of the FSX and P3D version of Skyline Simulations’ “Billy Bishop” Airport. We will be looking over the texture work and modeling of the airport objects and city, as well as, seasonal variation/blending, performance, and more.

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Software:

  • Lockheed Martin Prepar3d v4.5
  • Orbx Global Base
  • Orbx Global Vector
  • Orbx Global openLC NA
  • Majestic Software MJC8 Q400 Pro Edition
  • OldProp Chaseplane
  • Flight1 UTLive
  • Skyline Simulations “Billy Bishop” Toronto City Airport
Turning Onto Finals
Skyline Simulations CYTZ falls short of being a great airport. The airport buildings are modeled and textured well, but a number of buildings seem left out, even though they are present in the ground textures. The airport performance seems to be fine, but affected by another nearby developer's product when looking toward it. The airport has an overall empty feeling despite real world video and pictures showing a very chaotic scene at the gates and FBOs.
5.8 Out of 10 How do we score? | Feedback?
Likes
Dislikes
  • Missing airport objects
  • Inconsistent texture work around the airport
  • Empty feeling ramp/gate area

Overall, we felt...

Overall Score 5.8

Overall, we felt...

5.8 Out of 10 How do we score? | Feedback?

Tags : Billy BishopBilly Bishop Toronto City AirportCYTZScenerySkyline SimulationsToronto City
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