Sunday, December 1, 2013

Drzewiecki Tallinn! Nice!

FS9/FSX/P3D. Now we are talkin! Clearly still much to do with the latest shots of Tallinn from Drzewiecki Design. But based on the nearly complete terminal shots so far, the work is impressive! This is a region and an airport that has been sorely neglected in FS and if it is any team I would call upon to do the job, it's the guys at Drzewiecki Design! And it's for FS9 too! Great news! Check out the latest!

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Marek said...

"Expected to be released in first half of 2014 for FS9, FSX and P3D" - means that in the coming months we can expect a few expenses because of Drzewiecki Design - New York Airports, Warsaw Airport (finally!) and Talinin Airport. Nice!
P.S. Central and Eastern Europe countries are "a bit" forgotten in FSX/P3D sceneries. We have Poland airports from DD, Prague from Aerosoft, Budapest from LHSimulations, Bratislava from Taxi2Gate, very good Kiyev and Moscow for free, anything else?

Unknown said...

I will add Vilno, Lvov, Koenigsberg and freeware Minsk (with plenty of random CTDs though). Of course in case of FS9

Still missing european airports: Riga, updated Petersburg, Istanbul and maybe updated Milan - both Malpensa, Linate and Orio al Serio.

Kuikenek said...

I wonder what the lifespan of FS9 is now that P3D II is out...?

Simmer673 said...

It's lifespan is long. The only flight sim I use is FS9, and I love it!

Unknown said...

FS9 with REX and other custom textures is still looking great. There is a plenty of sceneries and advanced aircrafts available.
I don't need much more :) P3D? Maybe in the future.

Few shots:

Unknown said...

The freeware FSX & FS9 (from the same auther) of EETN is a little bit better than default, but a really good detailed scenery has been missing for years...

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