Monday, April 29, 2013

First Renders - Aerofiles Ottawa (CYOW)

FSX/P3D. Aerofiles has released the first terminal renders from Ottawa Airport (CYOW). So far so good although obviously a long way to go. The project is initially planned for FSX and Prepar3D, however, a FS2004 version is possible. Take a look inside for a closer look at the first terminal renders.

 
 
 
 
 
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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

At first they should update their Billund scenery. That's my most frame consuming scenery I've ever bought.

Anonymous said...

YOWza!!! pun intended...

Such a beautiful airport, I have been praying for a quality FS9 version for a while. I hope it actually comes to fruition.

It's incredible how many airports like these have been neglected by developers. Only a matter of time before a single released project can snatch up an entire market, YOW market that is

Anonymous said...

Never tested it, but shure they should remake Billund as I would love to fly there for Virtual Norwegian

Mason Dominique said...

I Will take another look in ten years, if it is finished. A child can draw these 3D blank models.
Dom
ADX

Anonymous said...

already done...and done well...

http://www.simaddons.com/pages/simaddons_addons.htm

Mason Dominique said...

Oh yes. Pretty good work from Ralph.
There is also nice version from John Young.
But Simaddons is past history. No more news from him. Too bad.
Dom
ADX

Anonymous said...

I too hope for an FS9 version...if it comes out for FS9 i will definitely purchase this.

Anonymous said...

Ralph is still active, maybe just not as much as in the past. Life is like that for all of us sometimes. He released another beta of Calgary the other day, and has showed a few shots of the dash8 at his Toronto island airport. Just because he is not offering news to ADX or others sites, does not mean he is not carrying on!

Joey McCormick said...
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Joey McCormick said...

Just wondering when this will be finished. It has been a few years. I'm hoping that it will be available for FS9 as well.

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