Threshold Exclusive: Departure Designs New Orleans (KMSY) Previews

By
Keizo Ono
Thursday, May 30, 2019

737 Ultimate developer Daniel Johnson is putting the final touches on his latest airport, Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (KMSY), to be released this weekend under his scenery brand Departure Designs.

The developer has been very busy in recent months, releasing three airports since March of this year: Baltimore (KBWI), Flint (KFNT) and Greenville-Spartanburg (KGSP).

Kindly, Dan has given Threshold some exclusive new previews of the soon-to-be-released scenery, launching in the next few days.

The feature list for Departure Designs’ New Orleans includes:

  • 2020 Airport layout
  • Low poly 3D interior
  • Surrounding Autogen Hand Placed
  • High Resolution PBR Ground Textures
  • Sam Custom High detailed jetways
  • Downtown New Orleans Included
  • Animated Sea traffic
  • Baked Ambient Occlusion
  • Animated Ground Traffic Vehicles
  • WT3 Taxi Networks and OPS File
  • 3D animated ground workers
  • Easy Installation
  • Highly Optimized
  • 3D Grass
  • Color Graded Satellite Imagery
  • HDR Lighting

Departure Designs has a very busy schedule ahead, and says users can expect a dozen airports on his new store by the end of the year. He's also in the process of upgrading all of his current airports with SAM jetways.

Johnson currently has two airports on the go, Saint Thomas (TIST) in the Caribbean, and San Antonio (KSAT), Texas, in collaboration with LatinVFR.

Departure Designs' New Orleans will be available on the his new store for $23.00 USD. To view a previous article on Departure Designs New Orleans, click here.

Daniel has also recently created his own web store for Departure Designs' sceneries, and will no longer be selling via the Vertical Simulations website (Please Note: This new site is not yet live).

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