• Review: Drzewiecki Design - Seattle Airports X

    Seattle Airports X

    Publisher: Drzewiecki Design

    Review Author:
    Augusto Ferreira

    Suggested Price:
    $43.00

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    Drzewiecki Design - Seattle Airports X KSEA     Drzewiecki Design - Seattle Airports X KSEA

    Seattle

    Seattle, a city on Puget Sound in the Pacific Northwest, is surrounded by water, mountains and evergreen forests, and contains thousands of acres of parkland.

    The city's primary commercial airport is Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, locally known as Sea-Tac Airport and located in the city of SeaTac, which is named for the airport. It is operated by the Port of Seattle and is served by a number of airlines connecting the region with international, national, and domestic destinations. The airport is a major hub for Delta Air Lines as well as Alaska Airlines and its regional subsidiary, Horizon Air. Paine Field in Everett will also operate flights beginning in September 2018 pending construction of the new terminal. There is also Boeing Field, which is used for general aviation, cargo flights, and testing/delivery of Boeing airliners.

    Drzewiecki Design - Seattle Airports X KSEA     Drzewiecki Design - Seattle Airports X KSEA

    Introduction

    Drzewiecki Design's Seattle Airports X covers five airports/locations in the Washington state area of the United States and they are as follows:

    • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport KSEA
    • Snohomish County Paine Field KPAE
    • Boeing Field (officially King County International Airport) KBFI
    • Renton Municipal Airport KRNT
    • Auburn Municipal Airport S50

       

    Compatibility

    Drzewiecki Design's Seattle Airports X is a cross-platform scenery add-on and is available for the following flight simulators: FSX, P3D v1 v2 v3 v4 and also with FSW. The package is also compatible with Seattle City X (also by Drzewiecki Design), MegaSceneryEarth and also all of the Orbx products.

    Included Documents

    A detailed PDF document is included in the package and gives details about what is included in each airport/location. It is worth reading as otherwise there are areas you could miss.

    Drzewiecki Design - Seattle Airports X KSEA     Drzewiecki Design - Seattle Airports X KSEA

    Ease Of Installation

    Installation is very simple. Download the zip file, unzip it and then run the main installer. Here you have the option of selecting which platform you wish to install the scenery into. There are also additional options which can be selected as required.


    1 Comment
    1. aharon's Avatar
      aharon -
      How does it compare to Taxi2Gate KSEA scenery?
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