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FSX P3D3 4 Richer Simulations Barbados 2017 Incl Airport DRM Free

FSX P3D3 4 Richer Simulations Barbados 2017 Incl Airport DRM Free

If you are looking for a tropical getaway in your flight simulator, you might want to check out the Caribsky Barbados 2017 scenery by Richer Simulations. This scenery covers the entire island of Barbados, as well as the Grantley Adams International Airport (TBPB), with high-resolution photoreal textures, custom mesh, autogen, night lighting, road traffic, and more. The scenery is compatible with FSX, FSX-SE, and P3D versions 1 to 4, and is available for purchase at simMarket .

Barbados is a sovereign island country in the Lesser Antilles of the West Indies. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Caribbean, with its sunny climate, sandy beaches, coral reefs, and rich culture. The island has a population of about 287,000 people and covers an area of 431 square kilometers. The capital and largest city is Bridgetown, which is also the main port and commercial center. The island was colonized by the British in the 17th century and gained its independence in 1966. It is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), and the Organization of American States (OAS).


The Grantley Adams International Airport (TBPB) is the only airport on the island and serves as the main gateway for international flights. It is located in Seawell, Christ Church, about 16 kilometers from Bridgetown. The airport has a single runway (09/27) that is 3,317 meters long and can accommodate large aircraft such as the Boeing 747 and Airbus A380. The airport has two terminals: Terminal 1 for international flights and Terminal 2 for domestic and regional flights. The airport handles about 2 million passengers and 30,000 aircraft movements per year. Some of the major airlines that serve the airport are Air Canada, American Airlines, British Airways, Caribbean Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Virgin Atlantic, and WestJet.

The Caribsky Barbados 2017 scenery by Richer Simulations aims to provide a realistic and immersive representation of the island and the airport in FSX and P3D. The scenery features:

  • 431 square kilometers of photoreal coverage with 0.5 meter per pixel resolution

  • Custom 15 meter mesh for accurate elevation data

  • 750,000 custom autogen shrubs, trees, buildings, and lights

  • Advanced night illumination with building windows and street lights

  • Surrounding reef textures for enhanced water appearance

  • Road traffic for added realism

  • Scenery configuration manager for easy customization

The scenery also includes a detailed rendition of the Grantley Adams International Airport (TBPB) with:

  • Custom ground polygons with high-resolution textures

  • Custom 3D models of terminal buildings, hangars, towers, and other structures

  • Custom jetways and static aircraft

  • Custom runway and taxiway markings and signs

  • Custom airport vehicles and ground staff

  • Custom windsocks and flags

  • Custom dynamic lighting (P3Dv4 only)

The Caribsky Barbados 2017 scenery by Richer Simulations is a must-have for anyone who enjoys flying in the Caribbean region. It offers a high-quality and realistic depiction of the island and the airport that will enhance your flight simulation experience. You can purchase the scenery at simMarket for 6.00 EUR (approximately $6.53 USD). The download size is about 1 GB and the installation is easy and straightforward. The scenery requires FSX-SP2, FSX-SE, or P3Dv1/2/3/4 to run.

If you are interested in other Caribbean sceneries by Richer Simulations, you can also check out their products for Antigua, St. Kitts, and Grenada. They are also working on new sceneries for St. Vincent and Dominica, which are expected to be released soon.

So, what are you waiting for? Grab your sunglasses and sunscreen, and get ready to fly to Barbados with the Caribsky Barbados 2017 scenery by Richer Simulations. You will not regret it!


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