Find out what commercial aviation is all about by joining the traffic of the world´s third busiest airport. The scenery covers around 42 square kilometers in total with fully detailed buildings at the airport, including the new T2 and T2B terminals. Fully customized high resolution aerial ground textures, detailed ground markings and the actual taxiway layout with new rapid runway exits and taxiway links make it a perfect rendition while use of LOD technique will give you the best possible performance.
- Airport London Heathrow with near airport surrounding (about 42 square kilometers in total)
- Fully detailed buildings at the airport
- Safegate and other dockings at all gates (only with AutoGate)
- Includes new T2 and T2B terminals
- Pre-rendered self shadowing and raytraced night lighting
- Fully customized high resolution aerial ground textures (about 30cm/pix) with custom detail textures for taxiways etc.
- Detailed ground markings
- Actual taxiway layout with new rapid runway exits and taxiway links
- Hand placed autogen
- Seamless integration of the ground to the Flight Simulator
- Animated Apron Traffic
Note: To use the Safegates you need the free AutoGate PlugIn (Version 1.60). You can download it for free under following link: http://marginal.org.uk/x-planescenery/plugins.html
X-plane 11 Heathrow
X-Plane 10.30 / X-Plane 10 - Europe Edition / X-Plane Steam Version
Windows XP/Vista/Windows7/8, Mac, Linux
MultiCore Processor with 2.6 Ghz or faster
4 GB RAM
3D video card with at least 1 GB
Download-Size: 930 MB
Installations-Size: 2.5 GB
Sceneries for X-Plane 11. X-EUROPE this is the newest project for X-Plane11, having all of the stuff below inside for Europe, OpenSceneryX library needed. It brings fantastic and stunning look to XP11; VFR-Landmarks. The computer requirements for Mega Airport Long Heathrow Xtended are average. Those who have multiple highly-detailed add-ons and want to fly into Heathrow might consider a higher-end computer. The software / hardware requirements are: FSX w/ SP2 or Acceleration Pack. Welcome to Heathrow. From 15 February, all arrivals to the UK will be required to quarantine at home, or if you are travelling from a country on the “red list” (sometimes called the “travel ban list”), in a Government quarantine hotel. Whether you are quarantining at home or in a hotel, you will also be required to undertake two mandatory COVID-19 tests under new tougher enforcement.
Welcome to Heathrow. From 15 February, all arrivals to the UK will be required to quarantine at home, or if you are travelling from a country on the “red list” (sometimes called the “travel ban list”), in a Government quarantine hotel. To review Aerosoft’s London Heathrow for X-Plane 11, I must split the modelled airport into several sections otherwise you and I will be lost before we know it! When you think about it, it is very strange for such a big airport to have only two runways – 27L/09R and 27R/09L – but five terminals which are even divided into “A” and “B”.
April 1, 2021
X Plane 11 Heathrow Scenery
Over the past 3 days, Zero Dollar Payware has been teasing new projects being worked on by the group. Announcements have been coming for the past 3 days, with the first on Tuesday.
As the name suggests, Zero Dollar Payware set out to improve the quality of freeware in X-Plane. Founded by lead developer StableSystem, the group recently hired a group of new developers, likely fueling this new chain of announcements from the group.
ZDP is behind many of X-Planes, biggest freeware sceneries, having tackled airports such as Anchorage and collaborating with Sea2Sky on Tokyo Narita. The group, most recently teamed up with iniBuilds to produce Hawarden Airport to accompany the release of the iniBuilds Beluga. The airport utilised the SAM Plugin to drive animations at the Beluga Loading Station to enable users to close the doors around the aircraft. Hawarden Airport is available, free of charge, on the iniBuilds Forums.
Also currently in the works by the group is Seoul Incheon Airport. The airport is currently in the first stage of open beta testing, although users are warned only ground textures are present in this version. To find out more about the project, check out Zero Dollar Payware’s Discord, linked below.
Announcements started on Tuesday evening with the announcement of Gold Coast Airport. The airport is closeby to the larger hub of Brisbane Airport and sees service from airlines such as Virgin Australia and Jetstar, which flies all the way over to Perth, on the opposite side of the country.
The next airport to be announced, shown on Wednesday was Hamburg Finkenwerder, also known as the home of Airbus. The airport came in the form of a teaser with users quickly pinpointing the location due to the in-production aircraft and recognisable design of the atc tower.
The airport will no doubt have a large attraction to a variety of users who wish to either resupply the production plant with their Beluga or deliver a new aircraft to airlines.
The final announcement, posted only minutes ago today was London Heathrow Airport. The massive UK Hub was met with praise by users after the airport has been lacking in X-Plane with no new developments since Aerosoft’s rendition.
Heathrow is a huge transportation link within the whole of the UK with a large variety of unique short and long haul destinations. The airport also serves as British Airways’ home base, seeing service from the airline’s smallest aircraft the A319 to their largest, the A380.
X-plane London Heathrow Scenery
To download any previous Zero Dollar Payware airports (excluding Hawarden), check out StableSystem’s X-Plane.org Forum Page.
Threshold will be sure to keep you up to date with all developments from any airports announced by Zero Dollar Payware.
Zero Dollar Payware can be joined in their Discord Server to find out more about their current and upcoming products.
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