Drzewiecki Design

Drzewiecki Design Releases Olsztyn-Mazury Airport on MSFS

Drzewiecki Design has released Olsztyn-Mazury Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Olsztyn is located in north-east Poland and is seen as the gateway to Masurian Lake District. The airport only has a handful of flights to places such as Luton, Kraków and Dortmund from a limited number of airlines.

The airport comes with numerous models of the airport that represent the many buildings found in the area, along with “epic” night textures and dynamic lighting. Furthermore, there’s interior modelling in the terminal buildings and in the control tower. Despite the detail, Drzewiecki Design says that the airport is frame-rate friendly.

You can pick up the airport from simMarket for €9.00.

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Drzewiecki Design Releases Lublin for MSFS

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Developer Drzewiecki Design has released its next scenery and brought Lublin Airport (EPLB) to Microsoft Flight Simulator. This up-to-date version of the airport has been designed to be performance-friendly and come with a range of features that takes advantage of the new sim. The team has included a number of features including an optimised interior modelling of the terminal building, control
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Drzewiecki Design Releases Krakow for MSFS

Developer Drzewiecki Design has been quiet lately, but they have released a brand new product for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This time, the team has released Krakow's John Paul II International Airport (EPKK) for Microsoft Flight Simulator John Paul II International Airport in Poland sees numerous airlines visit frequently to destinations across Europe and beyond. LOT Polish Airlines, Ryanair, easyJet, and Wizz Air
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Drzewiecki Design Releases Washington National for MSFS

Drzewiecki Design is a well-known developer in the community for creating custom airport sceneries and popular landmarks. This time, the team now releases Washington National Airport (KDCA) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Ronald Reagen Washington National Airport is located in Arlington, Virginia, which borders Washington D.C. It mainly hosts U.S. carriers from all over the country. A few miles to the
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Drzewiecki Design Releases Narita International Airport for MSFS

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Drzewiecki Design has released Narita International Airport (RJAA) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The new release follows on from the Prepar3D and X-Plane 11 versions and is available on a variety of platforms.

The airport is fully compatible with World Update I: Japan, which was released by Microsoft last year for the simulator. The airport package also detailed and frame-rate friendly modelling thanks to special techniques applied. Furthermore, the airport scenery includes PBR materials, interior modelling and custom animations for various vehicles and objects around the huge airport. Finally, Drzewiecki Design has added custom orthophotography for the surrounding area and also custom mesh so that it blends in well with the surrounding area.

Tokyo Narita Airport is located approximately 35 miles to the northeast of the city. It opened in 1978 to help relieve the traffic from Haneda Airport. Narita Airport is currently the busiest airport in Japan, with around 43 million passengers each year. While the airport was primarily dedicated to international service, the growth of air traffic in Japan led to an increasing share of domestic traffic in Narita over the last two decades.

You can buy Drzewiecki Design’s Narita International Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator from a variety of stores including AerosoftFlightSim.comJust Flight, Orbx and simMarket. The price varies at around £19.99 / $24.00 / €21.00 (taxes applied at various stores). It doesn’t appear as though there is any discount available for customers who own the Prepar3D or X-Plane editions of the scenery.

If you’re a Prepar3D user, check out the release of Narita here. X-Plane 11 users can read more about the XPL11 version here. In other news, Zim Scenery is also bringing a version of Narita Airport to Prepar3D, which we’ve been previewing for many months now.

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Drzewiecki Design Releases Tokyo Narita for XP

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Following on the release of Narita International Airport (RJAA) for P3D last year, developer Drzewiecki Design has now also released the popular Tokyo airport for X-Plane. Much like its P3D counterpart, Tokyo Narita for X-Plane comes with highly detailed modelling and textures. The developer has included a lots of details all over the airport, as well as optional static aircraft.
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Drzewiecki Design Releases Chicago Landmarks for MSFS

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Renowned scenery developer Drzewiecki Design continues to provide community members with accurate renditions of world-famous cities, this time releasing their Chicago Landmarks product to interested buyers via the simMarket Online Store. The city of Chicago, commonly referred to as the "Windy City," is located within the U.S. state of Illinois and directly borders Lake Michigan. With its 2.7 Mio. inhabitants, it
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Orbx Announces Partnership with Drzewiecki Design

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Scenery developer and publisher Orbx has announced via a Facebook post its latest development partner, Drzewiecki Design. Drzewiecki Design has been developing scenery for nearly 2 decades at this point, and has compiled an impressive catalog of high-quality scenery dating back to the FS2002 era. Currently, Drzewiecki develops for Prepar3d, X-Plane 11, and has recently begun developing for Microsoft Flight
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