GayaSimulation & Aerosoft release Genoa (LIMJ)

By
Sam Clark
Thursday, December 6, 2018

Since making the jump into X-Plane developement, GayaSimulation have announced two airports for the platform, Brussels (EBBR) and Genoa (LIMJ). The latter is a conversion of their previous release for Prepar3D. LIMJ has been previewed numerous times since it's announcement in October, with Stairport Sceneries announing that Genoa would be the first airport to be compatible with their new SAM plugin.

Genoa XP has the following features:

  • High resolution photoreal coverage of 187 km²
  • Includes custom models for the city and the harbours of Genoa
  • Well-detailed, accurate and high-quality renders of Genoa airport (LIMJ), including baked/pre-rendered shadows and realistic transparency of the terminal windows
  • Unique, realistic and accurate airport night light (runway, taxiways, aprons, surroundings)
  • Accurate and realistic ground poly based on photos and satellite images
  • Large number of custom objects dedicated for Genoa airport and city – cars, trucks, buses, airport equipment, boats (many types), static aircrafts, and more
  • Landable helipads at Sheraton Hotel and City Hospital
  • Accurate renders of the harbour and many objects along the approach
  • Realistic and accurate ILS offset of 2 degrees
  • Animated jetways, VDGS and hangars (SAM plug-in required)
  • 3D volumetric grass between taxiways
  • Massively optimised for good performance
  • Animated ships around the airport
  • Custom mesh for the airport runway over the sea (by Maps2XPlane)
  • Automatic low visibility lighting
  • Custom WorldTraffic 3 Configuration files included
  • Custom-made realistic static aircrafts

Check out the official trailer by our friend R1 Aviation:

You can purchase Genoa XP from the Aerosoft shop for €20.97 - it is also available on the X-Plane.org store for $25.99.

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