Bahrometrix - scenery developer for Microsoft Flight Simulator - has just released their first scenery on Flightsim.to - the Regional Airport Dortmund EDLW. The scenery is an accurate and detailed representation of Dortmund Airport, located in the city of Dortmund, Germany. With custom-made buildings, textures, and ground markings, the scenery provides a realistic and immersive flying experience for Microsoft Flight Simulator pilots. In addition to Dortmund Airport, the entire city with its buildings that shape the cityscape is included. There is also the Hengsen-Opherdicke airfield close to the airport for fans of small sports machines and grass runways. Helicopter pilots have also been thought of, and so there is a helipad at the accident clinic North.
But that's not all - Bahrometrix has more exciting sceneries in the pipeline. According to the developer, two more sceneries - Jena and Mülheim - are currently will be uploaded to Flightsim.to in the coming days. Jena, a city in central Germany, is known for its universities, research centers, and high-tech industries. The scenery will feature custom-made buildings, landmarks, and terrain, as well as accurate ground textures and markings. Mülheim, on the other hand, is a city in the western part of Germany, located in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The scenery will showcase the city's beautiful landscape and architecture, with custom-made buildings, landmarks, and vegetation.
Bahrometrix's sceneries are designed to enhance the Microsoft Flight Simulator experience and bring realism to the virtual world of flight simulation. Whether you're a casual gamer or a serious flight enthusiast, these sceneries will provide a new level of immersion and detail to your flights. If you're impressed with Bahrometrix's work and would like to support the developer, you can consider donating to them via their PayPal link. Donations are a great way to show your appreciation for the hard work that goes into creating high-quality scenery for MSFS, and can help fund future development and improvements.