While waiting for Asobo to make us an beautiful 3D Orly, here is the Google version
! WARNING !
Read carefully befor downloading !
There are two versions of this airport:
Version 1 (V1)
The generated google 3D model of this place is not like Bing so the ground and raods are much higher than Bing map, so to satisfy as many people as possible i lowered the stage so that you can see the ground of asobo with planes etc…
But the downside is that you won’t be able to see the entire scene like in the first photos
Version 2 (V2)
This is the reverse of version 1, you will have the complete ORLY airport scene with roads, parkings etc…
But part of the ground of asobo with the planes will be covered
Stock Photogrammetry lacks depth in the upper deck both inside and outside the stadium, luxury boxes are walls of seats, no south endzone renovation. Stock has a slightly nicer river entrance and Ketchup bottles on the old scoreboard, if memory serves they moved and dumped “ketchup” when the Steelers entered the “Red Zone”, new scoreboard does not include that awesome feature, much more modest bottles.
Google photogrammetry has much better depth inside and outside the stadium, as a bonus the floating grass has been mowed.
Opened in August 2001 with a capacity of 64,405
River End Zone Expansion in 2015, current capacity 68,400
This is my first completely custom paint job, which took a lot of coffee and dozens of hours working to get those lines as smooth as possible. I now have a newfound respect for other livery creators who can make such perfectly smooth & straight edges AND, to those artists who create mirror images of real aircraft companies. It ain’t easy that’s for sure, so tip those hard-working commoners. ????
This is a first of additional liveries I plan to create using slightly different variations of this same theme such as, Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville for the Parrotheads or perhaps even SpongeBob SquarePants Bikini Bottom for my friend Sandy. Other theme suggestions warmly welcomed.
As with all of my liveries, you can fly this plane without your tail letters/call sign appearing on the fuselage. Before flying, just click on World Map> the airplane image> ATC Options> then leave “Tail Number” blank. Normally, MSFS automatically adds the call letters ASXGS into this field if it’s left blank but thanks to a special code provided by fellow livery creator Crispy136, no tail sign or call letters will appear.
Barrow Wiley Post-Will Rogers Memorial Airport (USA Alaska) v1.4
by Sergio Del Rosso [email protected]
Thanks so much to everyone who appreciates me and supports my passion for making these scenarios. If you liked it, just a comment, if you want to donate something like a coffee I’m happy anyway and can help me to improve this scenery.
WHATS NEW in 1.4 (SUPER BIG UPDATE!)
+ complete all the main airport building!
+ added a new static helicopter model in the colors of the North Slope Borough Search and Rescue.
+ complete all the airport fence around airport area
+ all the main streets of the city are doing new, because in case of snow, they were not visible, now are.
+ fix ILS localizer (not perfect again)
+ fx snow heaps near the runway and taxiways
Wiley Post–Will Rogers Memorial Airport , (IATA 1: BRW , ICAO: PABR , FAA LID: BRW ) often referred to as Post/Rogers Memorial , is a public airport located in Utqiagvik (Barrow), the largest city and borough seat of the North Slope Borough of the U.S. state of Alaska. The airport is owned by the state. Situated on the Chukchi Sea at a latitude of 71.29°N, the airport is the farthest north of any in US territory. The airport is named after American humorist Will Rogers and aviator Wiley Post, both of whom died about 9 mi (14 km) away at Point Barrow in a 1935 airplane crash.
(Georgian: ამბროლაური) is a city in Georgia, located in the western part of the country, on both banks of the Rioni river, at the elevation of 550 m above sea level. It is a self-governing city. At the same time, the city serves as the seat of the Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti regional administration and the Ambrolauri Municipality. According to the 2014 census, the city had a population of 2,047. Its area is 1.6 km². Ambrolauri is first recorded in the 17th century as a place, where one of the palaces of the kings of Imereti was located. It acquired the city status in 1966 and became a self-governing city with its own municipal government in 2014.
is nestled into the Caucasus mountains right at the bank of the river Rioni. It has a single runway of 1100 m length and caters small propeller aeroplanes. The apron has space for two planes at a time and caters up to 50 passengers at one time.
In the Simulator
The virtual airport is very close to its real-world counterpart. All the buildings at and near the airport are modelled and the terminal even has an interior that can be seen from outside. The look and feel from a trip to the Racha region is definitely there. In real life, only small planes fly to the airport but that shouldn’t stop you to bring planes from the size of the Dash 8.
is pretty straightforward. Just unzip and copy the folder into your Community folder. If you like what you see and want to “buy me beer”, you can do so with Paypal