Airport Bergen for X-Plane

Today I have the pleasure to announce the release of the Bergen Airport for X-Plane. It was developed by one of my new development partners: Stairport Sceneries.

For the realization of their Bergen Airport, I had the opportunity to provide them a high realistic elevation model for the airport area, especially the sloped runway. The realization of this custom mesh was a first test case for my new tool to edit X-Plane base meshes.

de Havilland Canada Dash 7

de_Havilland _Canada_Dash_7Flight operations in Antarctica require rugged designed and fuel efficient aircrafts with short takeoff and landing capability. The de Havilland Canada Dash 7 meets these requirements perfectly. Enough reasons to suggest you the recently released de Havilland Canada Dash 7 model for X-Plane 10 by x-plane.org user Stingray14. It comes with an excellent designed 3D-Cockpit and the packages includes a British Antarctic Survey Livery.

Skytraders Antarctic Livery

A319-SkytradersDedicated to the upcoming Part 2 of my Antarctica Mesh Scenery, Pedro took one more aircraft into his paint hangar: This time he realized a Skytraders Antarctic Livery for Christian’s Airbus A319.

Skytraders was chosen out of 7 tenders to be the official air link to Antarctica. According to the ABC their world-renowned safety systems won them the tender. They operate an Airbus Corporate Jet between Hobart and a hard glacier runway near Casey Station. [From Wikipedia]

Chilean Air Force Livery

DHC63-LN-FAChNino treated Pedro ;-) and I’m now pleased to announce that he painted a Chilean Air Force Livery for his DHC-6 Twin Otter related to my Antarctica Mesh Scenery.

The Antártica Commune has a population of 150 inhabitants on the Chilean bases, according to the census conducted nationwide in 2012, corresponding to 54 civilians and 96 military. These people are mostly members of the Chilean Air Force and their families, who live mostly in Villa Las Estrellas. [From Wikipedia]