Drzewiecki Seattle City XP + Airports XP, Released

Drzewiecki Design has released Seattle Airports XP and Seattle City XP, both for X-Plane 11.

The Airports XP package includes five highly detailed airfields including KSEA, KPAE, KBFI, KRNT, and S50.  All airports are thoroughly optimized for performance and reflect the most recent facility layout information.  Moreover, Boeing’s Everett factory and both delivery centers are modeled inside and out.

With regards to the City XP package, the scenery features extended coverage of the Seattle metropolitan area including Federal Way, Renton, and Everett.  The design work includes over 2000 custom buildings, landmarks, bridges, stadiums, trains, marinas, and so forth.  Additionally, the package includes Mount Rainier, various heliports, and two seaplane bases, that being W55 and S60.

Check out some official release captures below showcasing both airport and cityscape packages.

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Needless to say, the products are designed to work seamlessly together.  Truly a massive undertaking, congratulations to Drzewiecki and the entire development team.  Keep in mind, both sceneries are ported from FSX and Prepar3D.

To review the original release announcement, see the developers official Facebook page.  If you’d like to learn more about either product, jump to the developers X-Plane product listing page.

As of the time of this writing, Seattle Airports XP is priced at $43.00 USD and Seattle City XP at $24.00 USD.  Both products are available via numerous distributors including simMarket, PC Aviator, and the x-plane.org store.

*Images courtesy of Drzewiecki Design.

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