• Aerosoft - St. Tropez For MSFS

    Aerosoft - St. Tropez For MSFS

    Immerse yourself in the world of high society and fly to Saint Tropez – the popular travel destination of the beautiful and rich. Every summer, numerous international stars enliven the small harbor town of 5.000 inhabitants and enjoy exclusive beach clubs, restaurants and boutiques.

    For today's modern jet set, the appropriate means of transport must not be missing, obviously. That’s why one can see all kinds of modern airplanes at La Môle – Saint-Tropez Airport (15km southwest of Saint-Tropez). Now is the time to take off with your own virtual business jet and try the approach yourself.

    Aerosoft - St. Tropez For MSFS

    Aéroport La Môle - Saint-Tropez is mainly used by charter companies and local aviation clubs. Seasonal scheduled flights are offered by Air Glaciers with a King Air 200 to Geneva and Sion, for example, as well as by Heli Securite with a helicopter connection to Nice. Most business jets of the brands Cessna, Falcon, Embraer and Hawker are able to cope with the runway length of 1,071m.

    Based on the latest image sources, highly detailed objects were created at and along the airport. In addition, the villages La Môle and Le Moulin Roux have also been upgraded with individual autogen. Hand placed vegetation and up-to-date runway layouts round off your visit to the picturesque French area.

    Aerosoft - St. Tropez For MSFS

    Features

    • Realistic replica of the airfield Saint-Tropez La Môle (LFTZ, LTT)
    • Detailed 3D models of airport buildings and other facilities
    • High-resolution custom ground textures
    • Very detailed PBR textures for objects
    • Individual static aircraft and liveries matching the real airfield
    • Latest runway, taxiway and line layouts
    • Custom color corrected orthophoto
    • Custom 3D night lighting
    • Hand placed vegetation and clutter objects
    • Custom AI routes for proper traffic integration

    Aerosoft - St. Tropez For MSFS

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    1 Comment
    1. fosheem's Avatar
      fosheem -
      I was very disappointed with this after purchasing it. I've no complaints with what they added, but they left glaring flaws for all to see around the airport. Just inches from the runway runs a stream, full of auto generated trees, but there appears to be no attempt to mitigate this problem. They've also left the default satellite photo in place, which clearly shows 5 white aircraft parked along the taxiway, but only one 3D plane sloppily tries to cover one, but the other four are blotches.

      Frankly, this looks like some of the better freeware out there, not like a professional package. Hopefully they will update this package, as they learn the new tools. But for now, it isn't worth the price, in my opinion.
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