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Orbx Broome International X-Plane Announcement

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Australia comes to X-Plane! In a post made on their forums, Orbx has made the announcement for Broome International airport (YBRM) for the popular platform. As you know, Orbx has been expanding quite a bit into this simulator.

The scenery, which was originally created for FSX and Prepar3D, has been ported over to X-Plane meticulously to make sure all the great details of the original are there. The original was created by Jarrad Marshall, who you might know from sceneries such as Palm Springs and Innsbruck. Jarrad has been assisted by Mac Ottlinger and Chris Vezirgiannis in bringing this scenery to X-Plane, a process that was described as rather passionate by them. Together, they have done a tremendous job at porting the airport and surrounding region to make sure everything you were able to find previously will be present in this X-Plane version. A release date is yet unknown, but Orbx state that they are already deep into testing this airport and making final adjustments. Hopefully this means we don’t have to wait for the scenery too much longer. More screenshots are soon to follow, but for now, you can check out a few previews of the airport down below or head over to the original post to check out all the shots.

 
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Orbx Previews KVUO Pearson Field for X-Plane 11

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Bill, who recently rejoined the Orbx team has announced the X-Plane 11 version of KVOU - Pearson Field. This announcement comes just a week following the release of the FSX/P3D version of the scenery, which shows just how quickly Bill can work. No word of a release date or exact price, just yet, however, it is commonplace for the release of
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Orbx Introduces Pearson Field (KVUO)

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Bill Womack rejoined Orbx only a few short weeks ago, but already he has some exciting new previews of his latest airport. In his forum post, he introduces Pearson Field (KVUO). Found in the Pacific North-West, it's very close to Portland International airport. Funnily enough Portland is another airport Bill is working on (with FlightBeam). It's no surprise he found
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Orbx Previews Kiruna and Dala Airports

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Orbx has posted some great preview shots of two upcoming airports – Dala Airport (ESSD) and Kiruna Airport (ESNQ).

According to the developer, both airports will be part of an upcoming ‘airport bundle’, and they will have some unique features including snow. Rarely seen in a simulator, Orbx promises the 3D-snow will have very little performance hit, and will add a realistic dimension to the airports.

Kiruna (ESNQ) is an airport located in a small mining town in the north of Sweden, in the wild landscapes of Lappland. The 3D snow will definitely be put to use as you fly in and out of the airport, including flights to Stockholm Arlanda, which sees daily service from Kiruna. Dala Airport (ESSD) is a small, regional airport located in Dalarna, Sweden which sees seasonal charters and scheduled service from AIS Airlines.

While there is no date for release, enjoy the work-in-progress shots of both ESNQ and ESSD below.

 
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Orbx EU Netherlands TrueEarth For P3Dv4 Released

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Orbx has turned their attention away from their new-found love of X-Plane to release EU Netherlands TrueEarth for Prepar3D v4, available now. TrueEarth is a new product line that has been previewed a number of times leading up to this release, with the Netherlands being the inaugural TrueEarth release. The main difference between this and other regional products previously released is that the
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Orbx EGCB Manchester City, 3 Freeware Airports Released for X-Plane

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It seems like just yesterday that Orbx released Meigs Field for X-Plane as their entry into Laminar's simulator space (check out the FSElite review if you missed it). Shortly after that, Bill Womack re-joined the team after some hiatus to develop his iBlueYonder brand, and the X-Plane products from his time away were assimilated into the Orbx catalogue. Excitingly, the
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