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1 pointgood, the wet season and inland bodies of water looked wrong both in fsx and even more in p3d noting that scenery abilities have increased ten fold since AU v1 it would be great if they could capture it correctly Gibos scenery and scotts images do central and northern the justice it deserves, its not just a flat boring landscape when I caught up with Jankees last month, he was telling me that the Pilbara is one of the oldest bits of land on the planet that remains uncontaminated Im sure if he reads this he can elaborate his recent findings in the NT i would like to see the waterfalls that are scattered all over the NE WA that feed into the Timor sea during the wet, people spend $1000s to go on a cruise and visit them during when there is water running, cape londonderry is a very popular place with crocodile creek and the twin falls eye candy is nice, but correct eye candy is better
398 downloadsThis airport is a combined project by myself, Elias Smith, Watkin Tench (Liam) and a complete AI file provided by TerribleT (Terry). Toowoomba Airport is officially known as Toowoomba City Aerodrome and is both licensed and certified. The aerodrome is owned and operated by Toowoomba Regional Council. Being certified means the airfield is able to have airlines and larger charter aircraft operate from the aerodrome. No scheduled passenger services currently operate from Toowoomba Airport, with most commercial airlines moving to Wellcamp nearby. The airport is used by Darling Downs Aero Club, CareFlight, Royal Flying Doctor Service and Toowoomba Airport Services.
1 pointTo be honest, looking at the way Orbx has marketed Australia v1, they have indirectly relied on OZx freeware to supply the extra airports to make the region really interesting (and it really is interesting for VFR). Now, for Aus v2, they are going to have to either make a whole heap of airports themselves for VFR, or they are going to have to piggyback off OZx again. I just wish that Orbx would at no cost help the community speed up the completed development of OZx for P3D version 4. That way they would be able to market Aus v2 as probably the most amazing region ever created for ESP sims and without having to add a lot of development cost on their end - and they would get browny points with the community to boot. It would be win-win for everyone. Should I post this on Orbx forums? Cheers.