• Taburet - Night XP Iberia for X-Plane

    Taburet - Night XP Iberia for X-Plane

    Night XP Iberia is a nocturnal scenery for those who like to live life at night, and for those who like to fly spectacular night scenery! We blended existing X-Plane 10 - X-Plane 11 scenery with nocturnal textures to bring the night world alive. It is exactly as you will see it if you fly on a real plane at night; more specifically as a real pilot at night! Taking full advantage of the X-Plane scenery system this scenery is very gentle on frames rates. It works along with any HD mesh, photorealistic scenery, airport scenery or what else you like to put on top of it. Very easy installation. Works with all Windows systems and Mac. Coverage: Spain and Portugal (including Canaries - Madeira - Azores.

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