• Delta Heritage Airpark Released For MSFS

    Delta Heritage Airpark Released For MSFS

    Experience the wonderful lower Vancouver mainland and the Pacific Northwest in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020! With many hand placed details and finely crafted models, experience the beautiful scenery of Vancouver, Washington, and surrounding areas. This unique airport features a manicured grass runway, Mary's Place restaurant, Aircraft building and restoration shops, and many more details to search for and find!

    Delta Heritage Airpark Released For MSFS

    This scenery features:

    • Accurate airport data
    • Fully custom and true to life airport models
    • Full usage of MSFS physically based rendering technologies
    • HDR lighting
    • Corrected mesh
    • Added nearby landmark and iconic location markers
    • Custom corrected mesh
    • Custom vegetation models

    Delta Heritage Airpark Released For MSFS

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