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  1. NEWS - Scenery Released : YBAS - Alice Springs Airport by Pearl Simulations What another Australian scenery released? After the surprise of YSSY - Sydney by Taimodels which is well worth checking out, here now is a Northern Territory scenery with YBAS/ASP - Alice Springs, which is about as dead centre in Australia as you can get. But well worth the the flight. Alice Springs Airport is an Australian regional airport 7 nautical miles (13 km; 8.1 mi) south of Alice Springs, Northern Territory. The airport has two runways, the larger of which can accommodate the Airbus A380, Boeing 747 and 777 landing (but not a fully laden takeoff due to high temperatures and the runway length). The only scheduled flights using the airport are domestic, although international charters do use the airport on occasions. The airport is not subject to a curfew and operates 24 hours a day. During 2010–11 a total of 640,519 domestic passengers passed through Alice Springs Airport making it the 18th busiest airport in Australia. Asia Pacific Aircraft Storage On 27 May 2011 it was announced that Alice Springs Airport had been selected to be the first large-scale aircraft boneyard outside the United States. The facility, which commenced operation in June 2014, is operated by Asia Pacific Aircraft Storage Ltd. APAS chose Alice Springs because its dry, arid climate which is perfect for aircraft storage and preservation. The facility will store commercial aircraft not in use, as well as those planes that have been decommissioned from service and which will be stripped of parts to be recycled, such as engines, electronics and wiring. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, various overseas airlines including Singapore Airlines, Scoot, NokScoot, Fiji Airways, Cebu Pacific, Garuda Indonesia and Cathay Pacific are all storing their aircraft in the facility and was at the height of the pandemic a full house. Features: Models: On-Site Modelling and Texturing of Alice Springs Airport with important buildings with PBR effects and plenty of objects Ground: Accurate and realistic 4K Ground Texturing with PBR and wear and tear, high level of details Realistic Night Texturing and Lighting Australia's Northern Territory is a very unique place to fly around, and Alice Springs is a great destination. Notable was the other payware NT scenery in YAYE - Ayres Rock - Connellan Airport by RIM&Co, a very weird scenery, but the outback landscape was really very well done. I would love to recommend this Pearl Sim YBAS - Alice Springs scenery, but I can't, as it is quite average in almost every area, even not up to freeware standards? "The Alice" and the X-Plane Simulator deserves far, far better... YAYE-Ayres Rock is a masterpiece compared to this. _____________________ Yes! YBAS - Alice Springs Airport by Pearl Simulationsis currently available from the X-Plane.Org Store here : YBAS - Alice Springs Airport Price is US$19.99 Requirements X-Plane 11 Windows, Mac or Linux 4 GB VRAM Minimum - 8 GB+ VRAM Recommended Download Size: 1.0 GB Current version : 1.0 (May 29th 2022) ________________ NEWS! by Stephen Dutton 30th May 2022 Copyright©2022: 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) All Right Reserved.
  2. NEWS! - Scenery Released - BGGH - Nuuk Airport, Greenland by Pearl Simulations Greenland is a really interesting area for Simulation... Greenland? you say, yes Greenland. I admit there isn't much actually there and this BGGH-Nuuk Airport, even if it is a capital city aircraft is small, even micro compared to most most capital airports. But the interesting part is getting there and out again. Plus one of my most favorite flights (of all time in X-Plane) was a sunrise over Greenland while traveling from Anchorage, Alaska to East Midlands airport (a cargo flight). Those visions are burnt into my brain, so this new scenery makes it even more interesting to actually visit. And this Nuuk scenery is also priced at a low US$14.99, a great deal. Greenland, which compares to around 25% of land area of America, has one of the lowest population densities on earth, approx. 0.028 per square kilometer, resulting in a total population of around 56,000. Most inhabited places are at the coast, and very remote. Therefore it is no surprise the airline traffic plays a fundamental role in Greenland, and most credit goes to Air Greenland, an airline with a striking red livery. And flying in Greenland isn’t easy, many airports have complex terrain and very short runways and can only be reached by STOL aircraft. If you enjoy flying Dash 7s and Dash 8s and all kinds of small props and turboprops, and doing short flights connecting small airports, Greenland is a great place to do so. Therefore, we will be releasing several packages covering multiple places in Greenland. We’ll start with Nuuk, Greenland’s capital, which is one of these tricky airports, with a 950 meter runway. It features a small terminal and a technical base for Air Greenland. Air Greenland connects Nuuk with several domestic airports, including Aasiaat, Ilulissat, Kangerlussuaq and others. Features: Models: On-Site Modelling and Texturing of Nuuk Airport with plenty of buildings with PBR effects and thousands of objects Ground: Accurate and realistic 4K Ground Texturing with PBR and wear and tear, high level of details Realistic Night Texturing and Lighting High Res Orthophoto and Trees Rendition of Nuuk City with multiple thousand hand-placed streetlights and houses Images are courtesy of Pearl Simulations _____________________________________ Yes! - BGGH - Nuuk Airport, Greenland by Pearl Simulations is NOW available from the X-Plane.Org Store here : BGGH - Nuuk Airport, Greenland Price is Currently US$14.99 Requirements X-Plane 11 Windows, Mac or Linux 4 GB VRAM Minimum - 8 GB+ VRAM Recommended Download Size: 1.5 GB Current version : 1.0 (February 1st 2022) ___________________________ News by Stephen Dutton 3rd February 2022 Copyright©2022: 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) All Rights Reserved
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