• Orbx - EGML Damyns Aerodrome Has Come To X-Plane

    Orbx - Damyns Hall

    Damyns Hall Aerodrome is a small but feature rich airfield which features realistic vegetation, delivering the most realistic rural environment possible. Located 2 nautical miles south of Upminster in the London Borough of Havering, England, this airfield boasts around 100 acres of grassland. The ground poly is hand textured to 2 cm per pixel which creates a hyper-realistic flight experience!

    Key Features

    • Amazing 2 cm per pixel hand textured groundpoly
    • Accurate depiction of ditches and gullies along the taxiways
    • High definition building textures created from onsite photography of the actual buildings
    • Full integration with TrueEarth GB South

    EGML is now available to purchase from OrbxDirect for AUD $24.95 (approx. USD $17.75 / €15.66 / pound;13.71).

    Purchase Orbx - EGML Damyns Aerodrome


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