Aimee Sanjari Posted December 17, 2018 Share Posted December 17, 2018 Hi everyone! We are pleased to announce that YTYA Tyabb is now available for P3D v 3 & 4! Tyabb has been developer @Jordan Gough's real-life home aero club for the last two and a half years, and he is thrilled to be able to bring this fantastic aerodrome to Prepar3D. Only a 10 minute flight from Moorabbin, and a 15 minute flight to the Melbourne CBD, Tyabb is the perfect place to start or end a scenic flight around Melbourne, or practice your landings on the narrow 8 meter wide main runway. A small army of warbirds proudly owned by the Old Aeroplane Company call the airfield home, including one of two airworthy P-40F Warhawks. Every two years, Tyabb hosts one of Australia's most popular country airshows, attracting over 10,000 visitors and dozens of unique and rare aircraft from all eras. The airshow is a charity event, with money raised going directly to a nominated charity, as well as local organisations such as the CFA and sports clubs. Features: Highly detailed rendition of YTYA Tyabb Airport made from hundreds of onsite photos and days of on-site development 85 square kilometres of 60cm per pixel photoreal imagery Aerodrome area in exquisite 10cm per pixel photoreal Custom POIs including those used in the circuit - Bunnings, Bluescope Steel and Flinders College Full suite of ObjectFlow, PeopleFlow2, NatureFlow and more Heavy optimisation techniques to ensure best performance with high resolution textures Only minutes away from other Victorian Orbx airports such as YMMB Moorabbin and YMEN Essendon Blends seamlessly with our Australia region YTYA Tyabb Airport is now available to purchase from OrbxDirect for AUD $24.95 (approx. USD $17.90 / €15.75 / £13.90) but will be released straight into the End of Year Sale at 15% off! For the best experience, we recommend purchasing and installing our Australia region prior to using YTYA. Please note that this product was developed for Prepar3D versions 3 & 4 only - FSX is unfortunately not supported at this time Coverage Area: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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