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    • Great that MXI has set out to produce small Swiss airports. I had previously purchased LSZB Bern. Am super satisfied and can only recommend them.
    • News! - Scenery Release : LSZS - Engadin Airport by MXI     A mostly Turkish focused developer has changed countries to do a scenery in Switzerland, or specifically LSZS-Engadin Airport (as known locally as Samedan Airport). Engadine is a long high Alpine valley region in the eastern Swiss Alps in the canton of Graubünden in southeastern Switzerland and situated only 5 km from St Moritz.   At an elevation of 1,707 metres (5,600 ft), it is the highest airliner airport in Europe (with Courchevel being the highest for STOL aircraft only). It is also considered one of the most challenging airports in the world because of its difficult topography and winds, and because of the thinness of the air at this alpine altitude.   Features: Accurately Modeled Airport and Buildings High Resolution Building Textures Up to Date Ground Layout     ____________________________   Yes! LSZS - Engadin Airport by MXI is now Available from the X-Plane.Org Store here :   LSZS - Samedan Engadin Airport Price Is US$14.50 ____________________________   News by Stephen Dutton 14th January 2021 Copyright©2021: X-Plane Reviews   (Disclaimer. All images and text in this review are the work and property of X-PlaneReviews, no sharing or copy of the content is allowed without consent from the author as per copyright conditions)  
    • Yes I do list all computer specifications, plugins and used sceneries (or aircraft if it is a scenery review) at the bottom of the review unless it is an update or news item? BTW You missed the FlightFactor A320U, massive hit is that one...
    • I got this aircraft on sale for 30 usd /£21.95 last years, its one of my fav to fly especially in vr 
    • It is true that the 10 fps is an individual user decision. But it is always trade offs. For example the latest generation of commercial airliners for Xplane like the Inbuilds A300 or the SSG 748 are often heavier on frame rates than the generation before. Then add in other plugs in that people use and performance can be impacted pretty quickly. In your reviews you don’t list what plug ins and other sceneries that you are using. Looking at the screenshots you post it looks as if you used Zibo and one of the Toliss Airbuses. But other than that its difficult to judge how complex your set up is. Perhaps, at least for me, this might be useful for general aviation but the idea of stutters is a little worrying. I also use Activesky, not available in the org.store I know, and I’ve generally been pretty happy with the weather in that. However your review is food for thought.
    • I will gladly take that 10fr, for what I get in return, I think there is certainly more efficiency to come yet. There are preset conditions to set the settings page that work really well, and tuning is actually not that hard to get what you want, again the trick is not to be too greedy in the sliders, here less is more.
    • You are right, $10 and importantly 10fps less. I am sure that it has its fans but the complexity of the interface for me suggests too much fiddling around and not enough flying. However the developer deserves credit for trying to resolve some of the current Xplane issues.   Vulkan has given me a pleasant but not huge increase in frame rates. Not sure that I want to give that back or add stutters. 
    • Ten bucks more than XPlane itself - believe I'll just struggle along.
    • Yes but we look in the context of the scenery out of the box, options are just that in options, and no the floating bridge details are not in the manual, I checked?
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