• Aerosoft - Fairbanks Professional Released

    Fairbanks Professional

    Fairbanks International Airport is a state-owned public-use airport located three miles (5 km) southwest of the central business district of Fairbanks, a city in the Fairbanks North Star Borough of the U.S. state of Alaska. The airport serves many cargo airlines as a convenient refueling stop for some aircraft on trans-polar routes. Fairbanks is served by a number of passenger airlines. Alaska Airlines and Ravn Alaska serve the airport all year-round while other airlines like Delta Air Lines and United Airlines have an additional service in the summer. Fairbanks is the smallest city in the United States with non-stop service to Europe, as Condor Airlines offers weekly flights to Frankfurt during the summer tourist season.

    The professional version of Fairbanks lifts the scenery to an up-to-date state. Both airport buildings and parking positions as well as the AFCAD file are based on the state of April 2018. Furthermore the scenery now features Prepar3D V4 exclusive features like optimised 3D runway lighting and new apron lamps with dynamic lights.

    Fairbanks Professional

    Features

    • All code (BGLs) compiled with P3D V4 SDK, using new material options and being performance optimised to the new engine
    • All objects optimised for new shadow technology
    • Ground layout following P3D V4 SDK
    • Static 727 of the University of Alaska (ex FedEx)
    • Additional buildings as per current state, incl. extensions, new buildings, and changes to facades
    • Updates to aircraft parking positions and taxiway routing
    • Removal of the railway that's closed in real life
    • Compatible with ORBX FTX Global Vector and similar add-ons
    • Animated jetways (STRG-J), SODE jetways as an option
    • Apron lamps with new effects and dynamic light (optional)
    • New, optimised 3D runway lighting with activation/deactivation based on time of day and weather conditions
    • Changed AFCAD approaches to AIRAC 1804
    • Dynamic vehicles on airport feeder and apron (AESLite)
    • Scenery registration following P3D V4 add-on.xml procedure
    • Configuration tool to control some options

    Fairbanks Professional

    Fairbanks Professional

    This add-on contains CTRL-jetways, SODE animated jetways are optional and available as a free download.

    Purchase Fairbanks Professional


    3 Comments
    1. marknie's Avatar
      marknie -
      Is this a new version? I purchased this from simmarket a year ago . . . I was never notified there was an update?
    1. Nels_Anderson's Avatar
      Nels_Anderson -
      I thought it was new since Aerosoft had never supplied it to us before. But it's listed as version 1.0.1.0 so perhaps it's just an update.
    1. marknie's Avatar
      marknie -
      Quote Originally Posted by Nels_Anderson View Post
      I thought it was new since Aerosoft had never supplied it to us before. But it's listed as version 1.0.1.0 so perhaps it's just an update.
      Yeah, version 1.0 came out i October of 2018. This is an update. At least I now know of it thanks to your post. Downloaded it from my simmarket account and updated it.
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