Flight Sim Development Group Publishes Bremen XP and Cape Town XP

By
Alex John
Friday, August 9, 2019

Scenery developer Flight Sim Development Group (FSDG) has surprised with two new, unannounced releases for X-Plane 11.

Bremen XP was released alongside Cape Town XP, and contemplates the developer's four existing airports for X-Plane 11.

Bremen Airport (EDDW), located in Northern Germany, serves international flights within mostly Europe, with steady passenger numbers of around 2.5 million passengers annually.

Features of the scenery include:

  • Fully accurate rendition of Bremen Hans Koschnick Airport and surroundings (EDDW)
  • Outstanding level of detail with fully customized airport vehicles and facilities
  • High resolution aerial imagery and ground textures
  • Optimized for great performance and visual quality
  • Working jetways (SAM plugin needed)
  • Realistic CAT II/III lighting
  • Dynamic apron objects
  • Various animations (SAM plugin required) including animated Tram, approach lights, jetways, marshaller
  • XP11 technology with PBR ground materials and enhanced lighting
  • AI traffic routes and flows
  • Winter version (optional)
  • TerraMAXX seasonal textures (optional)
  • Compatible with Ortho4XP
  • Manual included

Stairport Sceneries has claimed to have converted the airport to X-Plane.

It is available through their website for €24.99 (inc. 19% VAT).

As mentioned earlier, Cape Town XP was also released for X-Plane 11.

Cape Town International (FACT) is one of Africa's busiest airports, and the second-busiest in South Africa. Due to its location, many of the flights are to destinations on long-haul routes, including Germany, the United Kingdom and Hong Kong.

Cape Town XP features:

  • Fully accurate rendition of Cape Town airport and surroundings (FACT)
  • High resolution aerial imagery and ground textures
  • Optimized for great performance and visual quality
  • Working jetways (SAM plugin needed)
  • XP11 technology with PBR ground materials and enhanced lighting
  • Manual included

It too is available for €24.99 (inc. 19% VAT) through their website.

Their existing airports for X-Plane started with Graz and Al-Massira, followed by Sharm El-Sheikh and Dakar.

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