Aerosoft Dortmund XP, Version 1.2.0.0

GERMANY – Aerosoft has released a comprehensive new product update for EDLW, Dortmund Airport for X-Plane 11. The latest release brings the software up to Version 1.2.0.0 and features a number of additions and general improvements to the existing scenery build. For reference purposes, the project was developed by Christian Bahr, Agnes Schwalm, Peter Hiermeier, and Stairport Sceneries.

Please see below for a complete update changelog.

  • 3-D models of the wind turbines replaced (generator housing with ENERCON typical drop shape)
  • New obstacle light created for wind turbines (with high visibility)
  • Knepper power station removed (was blown up in Feb. 2019)
  • Texture St. Reinoldikirche revised (texture of analog clock incorporated)
  • Two new FX files for St. Reinoldikirche (bell ringing at 12:00 noon)
  • WAV file of St. Reinoldikirche changed
  • Autogenous type newly assigned for bushes/hedges (had previously remained green in winter)
  • number of autofiles optimized (reduced from 566 AGNs to 462 AGNs)
  • Color correction of the Hengsen-Opherdicke summer aerial view (the parking places were slightly greenish)
  • New: Cycling Avatar (male with helmet)
  • New: Vehicle Hummer H3 (with and without PBR material)
  • Wind objects rotate into the wind according to P3Dv4 wind variables
  • wind turbines
  • Wind bags at the clinic and wind bag at Hengsen airfield
  • Wind turbine sewage treatment plant at Hengsen-Opherdicke
  • Special functionality on bike and Hummer H3
  • the front and rear lights on the bike can be switched on with a mouse click
  • the front headlamps can be switched on with a mouse click on the gear lever in the vehicle (button assignment for landing headlamps)
  • AS Updater included

To review the original release announcement, see the source post via the Aerosoft discussion forums. Alternatively, for more information about Dortmund XP, visit the product sale page via Aerosoft.

Keep in mind, the scenery was first released back in July 2018.

*Images courtesy of Aerosoft.

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