A few minutes ago Captain7 Nuremberg (we’ve reported several times before) was released for Prepar3D v4. The development was a joint-ventur between Volker Wegner (aka Captain7) and 29Palms Scenery Design by Lars Pinkenburg. The scenery features a detailled rendition of the Nuremberg Airport in Bavaria, Germany and its surroundings. The airport is surrounded by an satellite ground imagery of 55 square kilometers. It has a resolution of up to 20cm per pixel. The airport itself features detailled buildings with high-resolution textures, SODE and much more. It is solely compatible with Prepar3D v4. The scenery is available for 20.97€ (excluding VAT) directly at the 29Palms Store.

Captain7 Nuremberg: Features

  • Detailled rendition of Nuremberg Airport based on most recent geodata
  • 55km² satellite imagery coverage with resolution up to 20cm/px including all seasons
  • Highly detailed buildings with internal modelling of the terminal and Hangar 2
  • Many SODE features such as:
    • Animated Jetways
    • Automatic season switching
    • Snow and rain layers
    • Animated windsocks indicate wind speed and direction
    • Open / Close FAI gate
    • Runway lights automatically switched on in low visibility
  • Detailed airport lighting including REILs, Running Rabbits and optional Dynamic Lighting
  • Many animated people on the apron, inside and around the terminal
  • Extensive vehicle animations on the apron and the vicinity of the airport
  • Animated tower radar and elevator
  • Static aircraft with proper liveries and registrations
  • Prepar3D v4 SDK conform export of all scenery elements using the latest techniques
  • Fully compatible with AI traffic Add-Ons, ORBX FTX Germany South, FTX Global, VECTOR and openLC Europe
  • GSX configuration file included
  • Latest Scenery Configurator for optimal performance and automatic updates

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