Sunday, November 18, 2012

Spokane Felts Field announced !

 
FSX/P3D. Jarrad Marshall (Orbx) has posted the first preview of Felts Field Spokane KSFF, a mid-size airport (first one !) for FTX Northern rockies mountains. Thrilling shots.
 
 
 

 

 
 

KSFF from Google Earth
 



 
 
 
 
 

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Speechless!!! The more it goes, the more I fall in love with Orbx... :) Thank you for the tip, Mason!

Cheers,
Rustam

Richárd Dobos said...

It's simply outstanding. If they could develop the international airport and the airbase near the town, it would be the most complete project from one developer, that fits every kind of simmers wishes. Too bad, that it's not possible with the current hardware and with FSX as it would kill performance.

Anonymous said...

I wish ORBX returned to making huge international airports... I stopped buying ORBX airports because I fly heavy stuff. Why do they keep doing über small airports lost in the country?***end of rant.

Mason Dominique said...

I am totally amazed myself by the view of this terminal ! And the runway can handle my NGX !
Dom

Anonymous said...

A 4500'ft rwy at 2000 ft elevation is impossible for normal 737/a320 operations....

This is strictly GA.

Chris said...

But with huge international airports "Orbx-style" we would have the same problem as with YBBN! But i'm actually disappointed as well - why not make regional airports like KJAC - that makes both VFR and tube-flyers happy! yes, this field can handle the NGX, but has no commercial traffic. IMO, KGEG would had been the better choice!

Anonymous said...

True. Any payload and you would be in the fence on most days. Only the business jets can play here. KGEG is too big for OrbX. It does not fit into their scheme of things. Perhaps FT can be convinced into doing some of the American regionals...

I mean they did Buffalo and Midway...

A

Anonymous said...

It's time to ditch the NGX and try something smaller for a change...

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