Ed Correia Posted December 17, 2017 Share Posted December 17, 2017 A Californian Classic Brought to Aerofly FS2! A classic Orbx destination developed by Jarrad Marshall, this airport has been lovingly brought to life for IPACS Aerofly Flight Simulator 2. Stretching the boundaries of what is possible with this simulator; Monterey is the third airfield created for AFS2 after the highly acclaimed Innsbruck and Meigs Field projects. Depicted as it was in 2014-2015, virtual pilots are welcomed to venture to one of the most scenic airports in California. Located smack dab in the heart of the original default Aerofly scenery area, Monterey is the perfect location for exploring the rugged coastal ranges of Big Sur, the world-famous beaches of Carmel and Pebble Beach, or for short regional flights in the Q400 to San Francisco, Los Angeles and Palm Springs. FTX MONTEREY REGIONAL AIRPORT for AEROFLY FS2 FEATURES: - Highly-detailed rendition of KMRY airport - Incredible ground textures at 30/60cm - Ultra HD mesh at 5m resolution - Amazing sloped runway – 30m difference! - Ultra-crisp terrain textures. Defined mountains, roads and rivers all the way to the horizon, no more blurries. - Entire city of Monterey and surrounds - Incredible performance on even mid-range systems - far superior to FSX/P3D - Amazing Virtual Reality integration: optimised for performance and smoothness, best-in-class. - Extreme high-density vegetation and building cultivation - Animated PeopleFlow2 technology - Volumetric grass - 3D night lighting for the entire city - Unique static aircraft and vehicles created specifically for Monterey - Over 20 custom POI around the city - Well-known icons such as Cannery Row, Fisherman’s Wharf, Laguna Seca and more! https://orbxdirect.com/product/kmry/afs2 Take advantage of the current end of year sale and pick this up for 45% off! Once the sale ends, the 40% discount will apply for existing KMRY FSX/P3D customers and vice versa. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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