Review: Aerosoft Mega Airport Frankfurt V2.0 Professional for P3D V4/V5
If you are looking for a highly detailed and realistic scenery of Germany's busiest airport, you might want to check out Aerosoft's Mega Airport Frankfurt V2.0 Professional for P3D V4/V5. This add-on is a stunning creation by the award-winning German Airports Team, who have faithfully recreated the airport area according to the official documents of the Fraport AG[^1^].
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Mega Airport Frankfurt V2.0 Professional covers not only the airport itself, but also the surrounding area with customized autogen objects, covering about 140 kmÂ including the towns of Eddersheim, Okriftel, Kelsterbach, Zeppelinheim, Walldorf and parts of Raunheim[^1^]. You can also enjoy an additional aerial image of the airport area (8 X 6 Km) for more immersion[^1^].
The airport features realistically scaled 3D objects of the complete Cargo City South with all buildings, as well as the âMÃnchhofâ area when approaching the runway âNorthâ with all buildings based on current images[^1^]. You can also use the taxiway bridges connecting the new runway âNorthâ, or explore the new Lufthansa Terminal A-Plus and the new Terminal B with all Satellites[^1^]. The original taxiway signs and the new taxiways in the south and south-west are also included[^1^].
One of the highlights of this scenery is the dynamic lighting, which enhances the atmosphere and realism of the airport at night. The apron lamps have new effects and dynamic light, and the 3D runway lighting can be activated or deactivated based on time of day and weather conditions[^1^]. The scenery also features automatic seasonal changes of relevant 3D objects based on P3D V4/V5 scripting variables, including snowfall outside winter season[^1^].
The performance of this scenery is also optimized for P3D V4/V5, as all code (BGLs) are compiled with P3D V4 SDK, using new material options and being performance optimised to the new engine[^1^]. All objects are also optimized for new shadow technology[^1^]. The ground layout includes a detailed aerial image following P3D V4/V5 SDK, and there are new, individual ground adaptations to prevent steps at airport borders when using different meshes (e.g. default/FTX Global)[^1^].
In conclusion, Mega Airport Frankfurt V2.0 Professional is a must-have for any P3D V4/V5 user who wants to experience flying in and out of Germany's main hub. The scenery is packed with details and features that make it one of the best airport add-ons available for P3D V4/V5. You can get it from Aerosoft's shop or simMarket for â35.24 (incl. VAT)[^1^] [^2^].
Mega Airport Frankfurt V2.0 Professional is based on the real Frankfurt Airport (IATA: FRA, ICAO: EDDF), which is the busiest airport in Germany and the fourth busiest in Europe by passenger traffic. It is also a major hub for Lufthansa and its Star Alliance partners, as well as a cargo hub for several airlines. The airport has four runways, two of which are parallel and two of which are crossing. The airport also has two passenger terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, which are connected by a SkyLine people mover. Terminal 1 is divided into three concourses: A, B and C. Terminal 2 is divided into two concourses: D and E. There is also a new Terminal 3 under construction, which will be located south of the existing terminals and will have two concourses: G and H.
The history of Frankfurt Airport dates back to 1936, when it was opened as a military airfield by the Nazi regime. After World War II, the airport was occupied by the US Army and became a major base for the Berlin Airlift in 1948-49. In 1955, the airport was returned to German administration and became a civil airport. Since then, the airport has undergone several expansions and modernizations to cope with the increasing demand and traffic. Some of the major milestones include the opening of Terminal 2 in 1994, the opening of the new runway âNorthâ in 2011, and the opening of the new Lufthansa Terminal A-Plus in 2012. The airport is also planning to open Terminal 3 in 2023 and extend its capacity to 90 million passengers per year. 0efd9a6b88