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Drzewiecki Design New York Airports V2 for X-Plane Released

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Over on Facebook. Drzewiecki Design announced that version 2 of their New York Airports package for X-Plane has been released!

Changes from v1 to v2 include much custom shadows, 100% of objects re-exported, new ground polygons with better textures, better detailed objects, up to a 200% performance increase, extensive LODs, and more.

This scenery package is compatible with X-Plane 10 and 11, and is available from Simmarket for a price of 19 euros. Previous owners of NY Airports for X-Plane can obtain this new version for 12.35 euros.

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Drzewiecki Design Paine Field Renders

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Drzewiecki Design announced that they are upgrading Paine Field to match the real world airport. KPAE that is included in Seattle Airports doesn't include the passenger terminal as it's being constructed in real life. For more head over to Drzewiecki Design's at Facebook. Information about the real airport can be found here.
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Drzewiecki Design Release Tallinn X v2

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Drzewiecki Design has released their Tallinn V2 scenery; bringing an update to their original scenery first developed in 2014. This new version comes as a welcome update to Estonia's largest airport. The product includes a host of new updates, including: updated ground poly, new lighting for the whole airport, all SODE objects updated and highly upgraded texture management for better
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Drzewiecki Designs Tallinn v2 Previews

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Coupled with a bunch of preview shots, Drzewiecki Designs has announced to be working on a v2 update for their Tallinn scenery. The original scenery was released in August 2014. Tallinn is a bit of an underdog when it comes to flying. However, with a very nice rendition of the airport and an equally beautiful rendition of the old town, Drzewiecki Designs did an amazing job at it and we’re happy to see it get an update. The upgrade will not be free but will be less than €10 for existing customers. Exact pricing is not yet known. You can find the full changelog of the upcoming update at the end of this post.

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Drzewiecki Design Preview KSEA Screenshots

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Drzewiecki Design has previewed screenshots of their upcoming KSEA scenery for FSX and P3D recently in a Facebook post. Their upcoming scenery will distinguish itself from Taxi2Gate's version by modeling the airport in its finished state, after all of the planned upgrades and expansions have been completed. The scenery will depict KSEA with its new terminals, strengthened runways, lengthened A
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Drzewiecki Design Release Seattle City X

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Drzewiecki Design, just after the release of their highly anticipated Seattle Airports X has released their Seattle City X product to go alongside it. Depicting accurately the entire city of Seattle, using thousands of hand placed and hand created objects to create an immersive experience for the Pacific North West's largest city. This product extends outside the metropolitan area of
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Drzewiecki Design Release Seattle Airports X

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Drzewiecki Design has released their Seattle Airports X product, compatible with FSX, FSX:SE, FSW and P3D v1-v4.  This is a long awaited product for all those that have ever wished to fly a Boeing delivery flight as this scenery comes complete with Boeing Field (KBFI), Paine Field (KPAE), Renton Municipal Airport (KRNT) and Auburn Municipal Airport (S50). With all airports
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Drzewiecki Design Preview KSEA

Yesterday, the Drzewiecki Design team revealed that they had finished their Seattle Airports X package, however that they were going to be working in on KSEA (Seattle-Tacoma International Airport) with a "different approach" to the already released Taxi2Gate rendition of the airport to add to the package as a payware update of approximatley 10EUR. Promptly, they have released previews of
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