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Pyreegue Releases Glasgow for MSFS

Written by on December 4, 2021

Pyreegue, a rather small developer responsible for a wide range of sceneries and aircraft liveries for both X-Plane and Microsoft Flight Simulator, has released their rendition of Glasgow Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The developer expected to release this scenery this week, as they mentioned before. The scenery is now available for everyone through Orbx Central or their website for approximately €18.53.

Glasgow airport is the second largest international airport in Scotland. It is mainly used for domestic flights to Belfast, London and other British cities. However, there are also international flights heading all over Europe and even to Dubai.

The scenery features a completely modelled terminal interior with executive lounges of Emirates, British Airways, as well as the Lomond Lounge. In addition, there are high-quality, custom PBR textures used all over the airport rendition. Furthermore, the developer added custom night lighting to the airport, as well as an up-to-date layout of it.

Completely modelled terminal interior with executive lounges (Lomond Lounge, Emirates Lounge, BA Lounge)Custom Animated Jetways with dynamic hood. (2-axis jetways on stands 23-26/17 are non-functional until further SDK improvements)Custom Ground polygons with hundreds of markings and accurate weathering2021 layoutCustom night lightingPBR texturing on all objectsLODs and texture resolution optimized for smooth performanceDefault ATC/AI Traffic integrationParallax windows on key objects to simulate interiorSurroundings included, such as Holiday Inn hotels, Car Hire Village, Long Term Parking lots,Customs Hangars, Nearby Farms, Glasgow Flying Club, Leading Edge Flight Training and many others.Animated RadarsWindow Rain Effects for terminal interiorHighly detailed ATC tower interiorEGEG Glasgow Heliport IncludedDetailed Gama Aviation HangarStatic Business JetsStatic airliners (Toggleable option)Detailed fire training centre

If you’d like to know more about the development of this scenery, you can check out our other article.

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