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Nantes Atlantique International scenery for FSX/FS2004 released by France VFR

Posted on Sun, 13 Sep 2009 11:36:23 GMT
With the release of Nantes Atlantique Scenery, France VFR completes its collection of regional airport, by editing the 5th pane of airport scenery for both FS2004 and FSX.

The scenery conceptualizes the Airport of Nantes Atlantique (dept.44) using photoreal high definition textures (0.50 m/pixel) of the ground adding as well night textures for the entire zone covered. The scenery spreads over 45 km2 and adds to the airport an extended photorealistic area including specific Autogen, VFR landmarks and nearby road and highway traffic.

The scenery is optimized in order to obtain the best possible frame rate and quality/performance. You can use it as a stand-alone product or in addition to the Pays de la Loire scenery (VFRPack, scheduled release: 2009) without any adaptation. Due to its particular concept, the scenery is entirely compatible with any mesh of your choice.

Screenshot of France VFR's LFRS Nantes Atlantique airport in FSX

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