It's taken just a tad over 24 hours for Orbx to release their latest X-Plane/Prepar3D project, after yesterday's announcement of Tacoma Narrows Airport - interestingly, it is the first all-new airport from the company in Washington State in "many years".
The Kitsap Peninsula's main airport is designed from the ground up by a new group of UK developers, the announcement highlighting the particular detail they have put into the various FBOs at the Narrows field.
Orbx's "The City of Destiny" features:
The developers have smashed their "next weekend" release timeline for this airport, launching a full 4 days before scheduled. In addition to this good news, the team are offering a limited time multi-platform bundle, with discounted prices on both the X-Plane 11 and Prepar3D sceneries if bought together. It runs to the January 3rd 2020 and saves 25% on both products. You can purchase the bundle here for $52.42 AUD (approx. US$35.80 | €32,32 | £27.54).
If you're only interested in the X-Plane edition of the scenery, you can find it for $34.95 AUD (approx. US$23.87 | €21,55 | £18.36) on Orbx Direct.
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