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Burning Blue Design 1B2 Katama Airpark & MA44 Trade Wind Airfield for Microsoft Flight Simulator available now


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Burning Blue Design's latest releases are now available - 1B2 Katama Airpark and the free MA44Trade Wind Airfield.

 

Katama Airpark is a laidback airfield and a wonderful snapshot from a time past when aviation was all about barnstorming and pleasure flights in bi-planes. Katama sprawls along the Southern coast of the island of Martha’s Vineyard and has a steeped history, boasting both being the largest grass airfield in the United States and one of the oldest, having been established in 1924.

 

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$23.95 AUD
Sales tax will be calculated at checkout where applicable.
US$16.71 | €15,51 | £13.61
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Features

  • There are tens of thousands of carefully placed assets, every fence, picnic table and tree, along with an assortment of visitors and staff, has been placed in the correct location ensuring an atmosphere of a working airfield.
  • High resolution colour corrected ground textures taken from Bing maps and manipulated for consistency and realism which far surpasses the quality of the stock Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 ground texture.
  • Based on 2022 layout with accurate runway markings, taxiways and a working custom Windsock.
  • Highly detailed restaurant and hangar interiors and animated hangar doors which close and open between dawn and dusk.
  • Correct AI pattern procedures and accurate taxiway and runway placement have been incorporated into the release.
  • Full night lighting has been placed across the airfield and within and around the hangars and buildings.

 

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$23.95 AUD
Sales tax will be calculated at checkout where applicable.
US$16.71 | €15,51 | £13.61
USD, EUR, GBP estimates only

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Trade Wind has been built as a collaboration between Burning Blue Design and local Martha’s Vineyard legend Jack Mayhew, pilot, fish spotter and guitar tuner extrodinaire. This version of Trade Wind Airfield has been constructed as an attempt to portray it as it was in the 1980s as an active, yet low key, private grass airfield.

 

And it's free!
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