Product information "France VFR - Airport France Pack 1 MSFS"
The Airport France Pack 1 is a bundle add-on for Microsoft Flight Simulator including 5 detailed commercial french airports in one package:
LFBD - Bordeaux Mérignac
LFLC - Clermont-Ferrand Auvergne
LFRB - Brest Bretagne
LFST - Strasbourg Entzheim
LFMT - Montpellier Méditerranée
The Airports France range for Microsoft Flight Simulator (Version 2020) has been designed to offer once completed about 30 of the most famous and/or frequented French commercial airports.
Our goal for all the products in this range is above all to offer mixed IFR/VFR platforms offering the best possible compromise between homogeneity, visual rendering and search for realism while offering very attractive prices through "bundles" grouping several airports in one package.
Features: These technical specifications are general to the airports contained in this pack but may vary slightly from one airport to another depending on its configuration.
Ground textures 0.5m/pixel résolution reworked aerial images from IGN for Bordeaux, Brest and Clermont-Ferrand airports
High resolution ground textures and detailed markings on each platform
Photo-realistic 3D buildings specific to each platform
Vegetation reworked on each platform and its surroundings
Realistic night lighting reworked on each platform
Runways profiles (slopes) reworked on each platform
Compatible with our VFR France product range
Geo-referenced data for maximum compatibility with future add-ons installed on the same area
Development process 100% SDK (System Developement Kit) specifications compliant, ensuring maximum compatibility with new releases
SIA – VAC – IAC – APT – ARRDEP charts provided
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