Drzewiecki Design Previews Static Aircraft Models for Upcoming Tokyo Airports
Drzewiecki Design has released on their Facebook page a series of screenshots previewing the static aircraft models for their upcoming Narita and Haneda airport scenery.
The developer has anticipated the release to be before the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, but with the Olympics postponed, it is unclear if the original statement is still valid.
The pictures showcase a variety of aircraft from regional jets to larger cargo planes. A range of airlines from domestic to international are also featured.
A full lists of the static aircraft collection is as follows:
- ANA: A320, A321, 737-500/800/Max8, 767-300, 777-200/300, 787-8/-9/-10
- JAL: A350-900/1000, 737-800, 767-300, 777-200/300, 787-8/-9/-10
- NCA: 747-8F
- Skymark: 737-800
- Peach: A320/320neo
- Jetstar: A320/320neo/321/321neo
- AirDo: 737-700, 767-300
- Solaseed: 737-800
- Japanese Government: 777-300
Narita International Airport is located 60km from Tokyo city centre and is one of the world’s busiest airports. Haneda International Airport, on the other hand, is located 15km from Tokyo and is Japan’s busiest airport, handling more than 87 million passengers per year
Drzewiecki had previously posted an update on the project aiming for a release before the end of the summer, check out a previous article.