Sim-wings Releases Hamburg for Microsoft Flight Simulator
Long-time scenery developer Sim-wings has released a brand new scenery for Hamburg.
The German scenery developer has been working since 1999 on perfecting their craft into making scenery. Complete with hand placed aerial imagery and a true color display, it comes complete with custom 3D modeling of all sections of the airport, including the maintenance hangars.
The airport is also accompanied by a detailed interior layout and accurate lighting across both terminals and the ramp. Topping it off, animated jetways and dynamic night time lighting give it a very open look.
Additional included features:
- Highly detailed scenery of Hamburg Airport and the immediate vicinity
- Realistic 3D ground with elevated Lufthansa maintenance, lowered highway and half covered highway
- Sloped runways according to aeronautical charts
- Aerial photo for the airport and the surrounding area, elaborately color-corrected for a true color display
- Detailed ground lines and stands
- New "Interims Terminal" and new stands according to ground maps of the airport operator
- Extremely detailed Hamburg airport buildings with interiors and all auxiliary buildings
- Lufthansa maintenance area
- Animated jetways
- Many static apron vehicles
- Realistic night time dynamic lighting
- MSFS SDK materials (PBR)
Hamburg is a favored hub for many airlines across Europe: Tui, Ryanair and Condor all have a large presence here with multiple flights out to larger hubs domestically and internationally. Located in the northern part of Germany, this is an essential location for airlines to route flights.
The airport was built originally in 1911 to serve as an air base to protect Germany from northern attacks; now it carries nearly seventeen-and-a-half million passengers domestically and internationally each year.
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