Axonos Releases Perth Airport for X-Plane 11
October 10, 2020
After an extended development period, Axonos has finally released its rendition of Perth Airport for X-Plane 11. Originally a conversion of Malaysia Flight Sim Development Group, the project was brought back to the drawing board and was redeveloped to be the team's flagship showcase of their development skills. The release of Perth Airport brought to an end to the team's rebranding process from JustAsia as they transition from producing converted sceneries to creating their own in-house products.
The real airport serves the Western Australian capital of the same name, home to the start of Qantas’ Project Sunrise flights, Perth's CBD straddles next to the beautiful Swan River as it overlooks into the Indian Ocean. The airport serves as an increasingly important gateway into Asia and Europe, with the first direct non-stop flight connecting Australia to London commenced in 2018, with Qantas flying between London to Perth, operating daily return flights with a Boeing 787-9.
The team is excited to produce the first full-fledged detailed rendition of Perth in Flight Simulation. The scenery includes major Perth CPD landmarks for a more immersive approach and departure experience.
The team placed equal attention across the entire airfield with fully custom 3d models, all textured with 4K PBR in Substance, with the groundwork receiving the same texturing attention.
Here is the feature list:
- Axonos’s first in-house scenery development
- The latest airport layout and developments
- Custom 3d modelling and assets throughout
- PBR texturing in 4K
- Detailed airside and landside
- Living and breathing with dynamic moving vehicles
- Detailed Groundwork with PBR texturing
- High resolution orthoimagery
- Perth CBD modelled
- Accurate and stunning night lighting
- Compatible with World Traffic 3 & Traffic Global
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