RegDesigns Releases Guelph Airpark for MIcrosoft Flight Simulator
June 3, 2021
Scenery developer RegDesigns has added to their list of sceneries available in the Greater Toronto Area with the release of Guelph Airpark (CNC4) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The scenery follows the release of Lihue airport, a public-use airport located in the state of Hawaii.
Located in Southern Ontario, Guelph Airpark mainly sees small general aviation traffic, with the largest aircraft arriving only being able to carry around 15 passengers. The field consists of two runways, with 05/23 providing quite a challenging approach due to a short length, narrow width, and obstructions on the approach path. It got to the point where Transport Canada had to disallow all training being performed on 05/23, due to the circumstances stated above.
According to the developer, the field will complement their other Canadian scenery, the Region of Waterloo International Airport, an airport closely located to Guelph. Featured within the scenery is “PBR channel rendering, 4k and 8k textures, ortho correction blending,” and more. The full feature list is viewable below.
- Accurate representation of Guelph Airpark in sim
- High fidelity, high-performance models
- 4k and 8k textures
- Night lighting and emissive textures
- PBR channel rendering
- Ortho correction blending
- Correct Elevation per CFS
- Airport Lighting per CFS
- Custom ground textures
- Dynamic window rain effects
- Parking lot density per BingMaps-2021
- Accurate power line and power meter placement
- All buildings fitted with interiors
- Hand-placed fences
RegDesigns’ rendition of CNC4 in Microsoft Flight Simulator is available for purchase from simMarket for 5 euros, with the scenery coming to the marketplace within “1-2 weeks” according to the developer.
For more information about this scenery and their other projects, make sure to visit their website. The developer also has a public discord where further information can be acquired.
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