Drzewiecki Design release Seattle City & Airports XP

Sam Clark
Tuesday, August 21, 2018

After a short-lived preview stage, Polish scenery developer Drzewiecki Design have released their lastest X-Plane product. Seattle City/Airports X were originally released for Prepar3D/FSX late last year and covered the entire downtown area of the city in WA. The XP11 rendition includes over 2000 custom objects covering everything from buildings to boats. The scenery spans 50 miles from Everett in the North down to Federal Way.

Seattle Airports XP covers 5 local airports, KSEA Seattle-Tacoma, KPAE Paine Field, KBFI Boeing Field, KRNT Renton and the small Auburn Muni. S50. Modelling at KSEA includes up-to-date terminal buildings and ground layouts. Flying into KPAE will grant a sneak peek at the Boeing factory, which produces aircraft like the 747, 777 and 787. Drop by KRNT and see 737s in action too.

Check out the coverage map:

You can purchase Seattle City XP for $24USD or Seattle Airports XP for $43USD at the X-Plane.org store.

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