- Media Format
- Immediate Download
- X-Plane 10 and X-Plane 11
- File size
- 1.1 GB
As a major release for X-Plane, this fantastic take on four major Polish airports helps to bring this major European nation to life. Arriving in Poland in default X-Plane 10 and 11 can feel uninspiring and dull. This helps to add over 1GB of high-quality scenery changes to make the four major airports (and the city of Lodz) come to life in some style.
Whether you are from Poland or simply like to visit, this is an absolute must-have for aviation enthusiasts.
The first airport to be changed and edited is Radom Airport. Known as Radom-Sadkow Airport to many, too, this is a civilian and military airport that is towards the center of the nation. A massive transport hub, it’s based just shy of 2 miles from Radom City center itself. For close to 100 years, this airport has helped to deliver a hugely impressive aviation experience for all who choose to come and visit this nation
With a 2000 x 45m runway, this provides ample space for most aircraft to arrive and take off from here. If you want to visit central Poland and arrive in some style, this adds precision where previously none existed.
To many airports, this airport is one of the most commonly used airports in Europe. As the main domestic and international airport for Szczecin, Poland, this is based just 28 miles from the city itself towards Goleniow. Built at the peak of the Cold War in the 1950s, it quickly became a major part of the Polish aviation scene and today it’s become one of the most important airports in the country.
It’s been through many upgrades over the years, with the likes of new passenger terminals being added on a regular basis. Expected to service over 1m people per year, it helps people fly to major cities like Warsaw, Hamburg, and London without much issue.
New aprons, taxiways, enlarged HEMS and static aircraft are included alongside new ground handling vehicles.
Lodz Wladyslaw Reymont Airport
This popular airport might be better known to some as the Lodz-Lublinek Airport. It’s a major regional airport for Polish travelers, with around 4 miles between it and the city of Lodz itself. Named after the famous Polish writer Wladyslaw Reymont, the airport opened in 1925 and since then has firmly established itself within Polish aviation.
With over 300,000 passengers per year, it’s become a major part of the aviation scene. The smallest of its international airports, though, the airport itself is a relatively fun place to come and visit if you prefer a more minimalistic airport. This add-on includes impressive new aprons, the inclusion of Terminal 3, GA hangers, static aircraft and vehicles, technical buildings and the new HEMS base for added authenticity.
An interesting airport on its own, this airport is based around 60 miles west of Poznan and has become one of the least commonly used airports in Poland over the years. This small regional airport, though, is still well worth visiting. It’s an airport with a strong military past, with a very impressive infrastructure for top quality taxiways and aprons alongside a new concrete runway.
With a sizeable passenger terminal, too, this is an airport that you can easily land at and immediately feel the scope despite its meager size. From new markings and signs to ILS & VOR integration, this makes sure you can enjoy a much more authentic, immersive experience as you come to visit this part of Poland.
Before installing this mod, please uninstall all of your other scenery packages that include these particular airports. Then, run the installer with an automated installation for Windows, or a basic manual installation for Mac/Linux users.
- An impressive array of details included with each of the airports included in this package. This provides a whole new take on some of the most important airfields in Poland.
- The city of Lodz is brought to life in some style, with major landmarks and impressive autogen creating a wonderful take on this important Polish city.
- Scenery for all airports is as close to the real thing as it possibly can be. Massive attention has gone into the development of each airfield, ensuring aprons, taxiways and terminals are spot on.
- Custom edited navaids that can make a huge difference to the way that you fly to each of these four major Polish airports.
- Airport charts are all included for easier control of the flight itself without any issues.