• Drzewiecki Design - Chicago Airports X Update v1.1

    Drzewiecki Design - Chicago Airports X

    Chicago Airports V1.1 Changelog

    • SODE jetways fixes
    • AFD fixes
    • KORD H taxiway changed to G
    • Navaids fixes
    • Burning 767 now with slides
    • Fixes of markings
    • Fixes of default Midway surroundings
    • Exclusion zones fixed
    • Lighting fixes
    • Mesh fixes
    • Ground poly fixes

    About Chicago Airports X

    Chicago Airports X has been developed to provide the immersion into the Chicago area at a level never seen before. The product consists of three airports: KORD O'Hare, KMDW Midway and KPWK Executive. All airports have been developed using the most modern techniques. Great performance has been coupled with visual excellence but most importantly - tens of thousands of objects crucial for performing realistic flight operations, like signs, marking and lighting has been precisely implemented on a huge scale. Apart from must-have items, there are also hundreds of optional static aircraft, all terminals, towers and some hangars have interiors, there are custom animations, SODE jetways, advanced materials... All airports have up-to-date layouts including elements currently being under construction (check O'Hare). The product is designed to seamlessly blend with Chicago City X by Drzewiecki Design however each airport can be activated/deactivated individually for maximum compatibility potential.

    Drzewiecki Design - Chicago Airports X

    Drzewiecki Design - Chicago Airports X

    Features

    • Three high quality airports included: KORD O¡¯Hare, KMDW Midway and KPWK Executive in the most up-to-date versions possible, including new/extended runways and taxiways at KORD and terminal extensions in Midway.
    • Extensive though performance-friendly interior modeling at all terminal buildings and some hangars.
    • Highly advanced performance-friendly design, numerous optimization techniques used, the Lite Texture Pack provided for 32-bit platforms.
    • Custom KORD charts, custom animations, SODE jetways, advanced materials, hundrieds of optional static aircraft, dynamic lighting.

    Drzewiecki Design - Chicago Airports X

    Compatibility

    Chicago Airports X is compatible with Chicago City X by Drzewiecki Design, all Orbx products, all PILOT¡¯S products and all Megascenery products. It is also expected to be compatible with most other airport add-ons from the area.

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    2 Comments
    1. PilotbbqBob's Avatar
      PilotbbqBob -
      Hi, where is the 1.1 download

      How do I get rid of the ai aircraft?
    1. Nels_Anderson's Avatar
      Nels_Anderson -
      If you purchased the original version then return to the store where you bought it and download again. This is the process for upgrading most flightsim payware add-ons.
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