Aerosoft Releases Split (LDSP) for X-Plane
February 18, 2021
Stairport Sceneries has released their latest scenery for X-Plane, published by Aerosoft, Split Airport, in Croatia. The airport is a result of months of work since the first teasers of the airport were posted in October 2020.
Stairport Sceneries has worked with PadLabs, author of Aerosoft’s Split X for ESP Platforms to convert the product over to X-Plane, while also bringing the product up to date with modern X-Plane technologies.
Stairport Sceneries has recently been working on converting many of their existing sceneries over to the Microsoft Flight Simulator, some of these sceneries include their Greater Moncton and Vitoria, both originally designed for X-Plane. Being the developer behind the SAM (Scenery Animation Manager) Plugin, Stairport has been pushing out updates and new extension modules to the plugin, including their most recent extension, SAM FollowMe.
Split airport is a popular airport with tourists visiting the scenic region of Croatia, and has seen expansions over the recent past years. The most prominent of these expansion projects was starting in 2019 where the airport added three times the previous floor space, increasing the capacity to be able to handle overe 5 million passengers a year.
Here’s the full feature list:
- Airport Split (LDSP), "Resnik seaport Croatia" (LDSR) and the military base "Divulje" (LDHD) with its helipad airport
- New terminal building and parking (based on 2020)
- Photo realistic textures
- Realistic rendering of the buildings and objects on the complete airport
- HD ground textures including PBR
- Custom HDR night lighting
- Custom static aircrafts
- Custom approach lighting
- Animated jetways/marshaller (SAM plugin required)
- Custom service vehicles (SAM AirportVehicles required)
- Seasonal textures (SAM plugin required)
- Custom runway slope and mesh (Ortho4XP patch included)
- Compatible with default AI Traffic and World Traffic 3
Aerosoft’s Split Airport is available to purchase for €18.10 (including 20% tax) from Aerosoft’s web store.
Stairport Sceneries can also be followed on their Facebook Page.
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