Aerosoft Mega Airport Frankfurt V2 Released

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After releasing a preview trailer yesterday Aerosoft today released the final product much to everyones surprise.

The busiest airport in Germany, Frankfurt Airport, is now available for FSX and Prepar3D V3. This stunning scenery created by the award-winning German Airports Team conveys the ultimate Mega Airport feeling. Get started in international aviation and depart from Germany`s main hub. Realistically scaled and with all airport buildings modeled, this add-on takes you on a huge journey.

Taxi along the taxiway bridges to the runway or check out the new Terminal B. High resolution textures, taxiway signs, taxiways as well as an aerial image of 140km² covering the towns of Eddersheim, Okriftel, Kelsterbach, Zeppelinheim, Walldorf and parts of Raunheim make your heart skip a beat.

Features

  • All 3D objects of the airport area according to the official documents of the Fraport AG.
  • Realistically scaled 3D objects of the complete Cargo City South with all buildings.
  • 3D objects of the “Mönchhof” area when approaching the runway “North” with all buildings based on current images.
  • Aerial image with customized autogen objects in the close vicinity of the airport covering about 140 km² including the towns of Eddersheim, Okriftel, Kelsterbach, Zeppelinheim, Walldorf and parts of Raunheim.
  • Usable taxiway bridges connecting the new runway “North”.
  • New Lufthansa Terminal A-Plus.
  • New Terminal B with all Satellites.
  • Original taxiway signs as well as new taxiways in the south and sout-west.
  • New ICE station “The Square” with parking lot.
  • Numerous new buildings at the airport.

It’s available in both Boxed and Download for 30.20€ for more information click here

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