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News! - Released! : EKBI Billund XP - Denmark by Vidan Design

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News! - Released! : EKBI Billund XP - Denmark by Vidan Design

 

Back in June X-PlaneReviews reviewed the first scenery from FlightSim crossover developer Vidan Design. Vidan Design specialises in sceneries within Denmark and this first release of EKYT - Aalborg XP which was a revelation and was a scenery that I really liked from ,my very first impression, for a FS developer, Vidan did however cover most of the X-Plane11 features with professionalism and one of the highlights was the excellent intergration of the scenery into the X-Plane11 landscape. So here is their second release with EKBI - Billund, which is the second (after EKCH - Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup) largest airport in Denmark.

 

First impression of EKBI are excellent...

 

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SAM - Scenery Animation Manager plugin (Plugin Required) feature is available here at BLL - Billund and it is excellent. With marshallers to guide you into the gate and all the remote stands are also active...

 

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Main Features also include:

  • Billund Airport EKBI, BLL airport scenery
  • Animated jetways (SAM plugin needed)
  • Working Visual Docking Guidance System (SAM plugin needed)
  • Custom modeled airport vehicles
  • Photoreal ground imagery
  • Custom modeled vegetation, grass, trees
  • City of Billund scenery (Legoland not included)

 

Noted the famous Billund Legoland is not included here...

 

Scenery intergration like AAL is excellent.

 

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Airport lighting is also top notch...

 

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EKBI Billund XP - Denmark by Vidan Design is now available from the X-Plane.OrgStore here:
 

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EKBI Billund XP - Denmark

 

Price is US$22.90

 

Requirements are:

X-Plane 11

Windows, Mac or Linux
4GB VRAM Minimum - 8GB+ VRAM Recommended
SAM Plugin is required
Download Size: 363 MB
Current Version : 1.0 (October 24th 2019)

 

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News by Stephen Dutton

27th October 2019

Copyright©2019: X-Plane Reviews

 

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Hi Stephen

I've been following your excellent reviews for quite some time now, and really appreciate the in-depth ones. However, there are so many new sceneries coming out these days, precluding in-depth reviews for all, so it's great to have those quick first impressions such as this one. They underline the overall quality of the product, which you've assessed even with a quick view, and help simmers decide whether to go for it or not if they have an interest in that region. So I would encourage you to pursue along that path, in between complete reviews.

Keep up the great work and thanks for your contribution to XP

Philippe

 

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Thank You Philippe for your comments, yes I am a bit behind on reviews, and as you mentioned most that have been released are sceneries...  first I had to move house over the last few weeks and it was a difficult double move, but that is finally done except for the reconnection of the high-speed internet (NBN in Australia, and yes as usual Telstra messed it up badly). so I am currently restricted to using my iPhone connection and it is slow, but I expect to be back at full speed mid-week... Usually if I am doing a full review I don't want to waste time doing an impression, but they can take a few days to process, so yes under the circumstances a few quick impression reviews maybe a way to cover a lot of lost ground quickly, then see (and you can vote on this if you wish too) if you want a full in depth review of a certain scenery...  so yes that will be the plan 😊

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