Sunday, December 15, 2013

More New Flightbeam Studios KDEN Screenshots!

 http://airdailyx.blogspot.com/2013/12/more-new-flightbeam-studios-kden.html
FSX/P3D/P3Dv2. Mir of Flightbeam Studios has posted some new screenshots, this time showing a special highlight of his KDEN development, the walkway from the Jeppesen Terminal to Concourse A. The Jeppesen Terminal is named after aviation safety pioneer Elrey Jeppesen, and is on the land side of the airport, giving road traffic access to the airport directly off of Peña Boulevard, which in turn is fed by Interstate 70 and E-470.

I've traveled through the old and new Denver airport numerous times. The teflon-coated fibreglass roof of the new Denver International Airport has a very unique design, one that resembles the Rocky Mountains, and it's very easy to spot both from the air and when approaching the airport by road.

I'm eagerly anticipating the release of Mir's latest project and we look forward to being able to show you more development shots as and when they become available.




Thanks again to Richárd for the tip!
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10 comments:

Aaron said...

It looks fantastic.

Stanislaw Drzewiecki said...

Is it possible to taxi a C152 under this bridge? :D

Thad Wheeler said...

Very nice indeed...

Todd said...

I don't know, it might be tight... ; )

Sid said...

Yes, a nice job again Amir :-)

Erik said...

I think you are joking, right?

Sid said...

Yes ;-) He is Erik :-)

Potato said...

lol some people....

Andrew said...

You know, I think you could fly that C152 under the bridge...

A

Sweet Monkey said...

I think this is going to be a Christmas present

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