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Grand Island Sim Releases St Johns International Airport (CYYT) for P3Dv4

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Grand Island Sim has released St Johns International Airport (CYYT) for P3Dv4 via simMarket. The Canadian airport sees a handful of airlines operate domestic and international flights on a daily basis.

The airport itself is going through an extensive upgrade over the next few years. To help simmers make sure their product is ready for the future, Grand Island Sim has included a few of the future buildings into the product itself. This includes the western terminal expansion (2021), an expansion to the main Apron (2020) and 3 new taxiways (2021).

Other features for the airport include a winter overlay for the apron and taxiways, custom runway and approach lighting, SODE jetways and interior terminal modelling. Grand Island Sim has also published a blog post detailing some of the finer details you will find around the product.

You can buy Grand Island Sim’s St Johns International Airport (CYYT) from simMarket for €25.52.

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Grand Island Sim Share Further St John’s Previews

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Grand Island Sim has shared a few new additional previews of their upcoming St John's Airport for P3D. In particular, the team wanted to focus on the winter elements of the airport considering the dramatic changes the airport sees during the cooler months of the year. Between December and April in the simulator, users will get to experience plenty of
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Grand Island Sim Announces St Johns and Zanzibar Airport

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Scenery developer Grand Island Sim has today announced that they are working on both St Johns Airport and also Zanzibar Airport. The blog post on the developer's website confirmed that whilst it has been quiet since the release of Banjul Airport, they have been working hard on creating some new content for the simulator. First on the blog post was
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Grand Island Sim GBYD Banjul: The FSElite Review

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Banjul International airport lies in Northern Africa and serves as the gateway to The Gambia. Built during World War II, and rebuilt in the 1960s to accommodate increased tourism, Banjul has flowered into a popular tourist destination for Europeans, with many airlines (such as Thomas Cook, TUI fly, Brussels Airline, Arik air, as well as others) flying to Banjul during
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Grand Island Sim Banjul Released For FSX

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Only a few weeks after its release for Prepar3D, Grand Island Sim has released Banjul for FSX. You can purchase this scenery from SimMarket for €18,59. The FSX version will obviously lack some of the Prepar3D native features. Regardless, you can still look forward to the following features in this addon: 50cm per pixel ground imagery Seasonal ground textures (Summer/Winter)
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Grand Island Sim Banjul Airport Released

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A relative newcomer to the flightsim development community, Grand Island Sim only recently announced that they were brining Banjul Airport, ICAO: GBYD, to our sims in short order, and they weren’t kidding; Today is the day their scenery of Banjul airport has been released for P3D v4!

Grand Island Sim’s Banjul scenery features 50cm ground imagery, native P3D v4 ground polys, a choice of dynamic or static lights, seasonal ground textures, and optional ground textures to match Orbx Global Base.

The scenery is available from Simmarket for a price of 14.99 euros and is only compatible with P3D v4 at this point in time, a quick trailer can be viewed here and a plethora of screenshots can of course be found below!

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FSElite Exclusive: Grand Island Sim Banjul Coming Soon

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Grand Island Sim recently reached out to us to share that their newest scenery, Banjul Airport, is coming soon! A Facebook post was also shared containing some preview shots of the upcoming airport as well as some information on the project! Banjul Airport is located in The Gambia, and lies at the heart of one of Africa's most popular tourist
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