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Aerosoft Nice Côte d`Azur Scenery Video

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Nice Côte d`Azur Airport (or in French: Aéroport Nice Côte d`Azur) is the third most important airport in France and is often also seen as the only airport of Monaco. There is a great helicopter service to that little Principality. It has two parallel runways that can be used at the same time and two heliports.

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As one of the most beautiful cities in the whole of France, Nice has long been misrepresented by those who want to make sure it does not look the best that it can. Well, with this mod you can finally transform this beautiful cities airport, the Cote d’Azur into something even better than before.

Thanks to this mod you can begin to really enjoy your time spent around the Cote d’Azur, meaning that you can see a much better version of the city sprung up to replace the dull, dour previous city.

As the third most important airport in the whole of France situated in one of the most important cities, Nice is a city that we should all strive to have looking the best that it can.

So, don’t let your entertainment value be derailed by a poor layout and the lax nature of the old airport!

With this mod by Aerosoft you can avoid having to come to the dreary and dead version of a bustling city which is, in reality, full of life, vigor and style.

This is a wonderful take on the city of Nice, using photorealistic textures, up-to-date satellite imagery and a glut of other new additions to help make the city look better than ever. Even with the addition of new helicopter service over to Monaco, you can get to notice little features that have been include to work well with the reality of the venue.

From the two new parallel runways that run at the same time as well as the excellent work on the surrounding areas of the airport, this will make it much easier to see the “real” Nice in your simulator.

Using this mod, you can see why Nice is rated as one of the most beautiful cities on the planet – and why it has very easily become a must-visit venue for anyone who prioritizes realism in their simulation. 

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