After months of teasing, Gaya Simulations has released their long-awaited Vienna Airport (LOWW) for both Prepar3D and X-Plane 11. The airport just southeast of the capital of Austria is home to various airlines visiting a range of worldwide destinations. From all across Europe to the Middle East and beyond. The airport is able to handle smaller narrow-body jets such as the 737 up to the larger 777 family and the A380.
[Above] Prepar3D Trailer
On either the Prepar3D or X-Plane version, the airport features a highly detailed and realistic rendition of Vienna Airport. From the main terminal building with interior modelling to the newest Bravo cargo parking stands. The airport comes complete with detailed 3D ground vehicles, immersive ground texturing and PBR throughout.
As you approach the airport, you will fly over the included city and towns below, high-resolution ground textures and even the Petrochemie Danubia. On the Prepar3D version, the seasonal variation makes for exciting views in the Winter. On the X-Plane 11 version, SAMv2 jetways have been included, along with a complete VGDS system and marshallers along with blending in perfectly with Ortho4XP tiles.
[Above] X-Plane 11 Screenshots
You can buy Gaya Simulation’s Vienna Airport through OrbxDirect right now. Both versions cost AU$49.95 (approximately US$30.87 | €28.40 EUR | £28.80 GPB)
Alternatively, you can buy a bundle pack. The bundle pack will save you 25% compared to the standard price of buying them both separately. Bundled price: AU$74.92 (Approx. US$46.30 | €42,60 | £37.56)