• Sierrasim Simulation Announces KSYR For P3D

    Sierrasim Simulation Announces KSYR For P3D

    We work on the design of KSYR (Syracuse Hancock International Airport) for P3D v4 and v5. We share part of the development of photo terrain, as usual it will be compatible with Orbx products, it will have SODE jetways and others, detailed models of terminal, tower and hangars!

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      rooitou -
      This looks lovely and I really don't want to single out sierrasim, but I'm asking myself why on earth would I be buying any more scenery for FSX/P3D with the imminent release of FS2020 and everything I've seen about it so far.

      The only way I will buy scenery at the moment is if we get a 100% guarantee that we will also get the FS2020 version/upgrade for free.
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