Experience What is Possible in Prepar3D v2 With Palm Springs from ORBX

Experience the Desert Oasis from Prepar3D Solution Developer ORBX With one of the most dramatically scenic backdrops in the United States, Palm Springs is a resort city situated 100 miles east of Los Angeles in Southern California. In his most expansive scenery to date, acclaimed developer Jarrad Marshall (Monterey/Redding/Jackson Hole/Cairns Intl) brings us not only Palm Springs Intl, but 1500 square kilometres of hand-crafted scenery. Explore the resort cities of Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Cathedral City, Indian Wells, Thousand Palms, Palm Desert and Desert Hot Springs, the high-altitude alpine wonderland of San Jacinto Peak, the windswept wastelands of the San

Experience FlyTampa’s Latest Spectacular Copenhagen Addon in Prepar3D

Award-winning Prepar3D solution developer FlyTampa has recently released their latest spectacular addon, Copenhagen Kastrup International (EKCH) airport scenery. Copenhagen joins a list of widely-acclaimed addons from FlyTampa including Hong Kong, Dubai, Montreal, Athens, and of course, Tampa. Exclusive Prepar3D v2 Gallery of Copenhagen from FlyTampa: Features of this scenery include: Copenhagen Kastrup International (EKCH) airport scenery Detailed surrounding scenery with numerous custom buildings 3D Terrain including tunnels and bridges Pre-rendered self-shadowing and custom reflection maps Seasonal ground changes (Summer, Fall, Winter). Surrounding Photo-scenery for Amager Island 3D night city lighting For more information and to purchase Copenhagen: Visit FlyTampa’s home

Show Your Prepar3D Support with Custom Forum Banners

Powered by Prepar3D Forum Banners Now Available We are very proud of the sense of community that our Prepar3D users have and the great support and feedback they provide both us and other current and potential users of Prepar3D. We’ve received several inquiries for forum banners for users to show their Prepar3D support in various forums around the web. We’ve created a gallery of 39 custom ‘Powered by Prepar3D’ forum banners below. If you’d like to make your own, the Prepar3D logo can be found at the very bottom of this news post. We would like to give our thanks