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FSX Davor Puljevic Croatian Airports: A Must-Have Scenery for Fans of Croatia and the Mediterranean



FSX Davor Puljevic Croatian Airports: A Photoreal Scenery of LDZA, LDDU, and LDSP




Introduction




If you are looking for a realistic and immersive scenery of Croatia for your Flight Simulator X (FSX), you should check out FSX Davor Puljevic Croatian Airports. This is a photoreal scenery of three main Croatian airports: Zagreb International (LDZA), Dubrovnik International (LDDU), and Split International (LDSP). It is a rebuilt scenery of the author's FS2004 version, completely adjusted for FSX.




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This scenery has many features that will enhance your flying experience in Croatia. Some of these features are:



  • Photoreal objects with day and night textures of all three airports



  • Semitransparent day and night terminal windows with arranged terminal interior



  • Correct airport mesh with two levels and correct surrounding mesh



  • Parking cars and original apron vehicles



  • Dinamyc vehicles on the apron



  • Very detailed and photoreal airports surrounding landscape which include towns: Velika Gorica, Trogir, Kastela, Split, Dubrovnik and Cavtat



  • Very detailed coastline of the Adriatic Sea from Trst in Italy till Albanian border with more than 450 islands



  • Correct landscape of maritime area (about 20 km inland) with towns, villages, main roads with dinamyc traffic in both sides, railways, bridges, boats, marinas, factories, shipyards and many other objects



  • Aeronautical charts of these airports



This scenery is also supported by Aerosoft AES (version 2.03 and higher), which adds more realism and functionality to the airports.


You should buy this scenery if you want to explore the beautiful country of Croatia in FSX. You will be amazed by the stunning views of the airports, the coastline, and the islands. You will also enjoy flying over the realistic landscape with many landmarks and details. You will feel like you are really there!


LDZA Zagreb International Airport




Location and history of LDZA




LDZA is the largest and busiest airport in Croatia. It is located 10 km southeast of Zagreb, the capital and largest city of Croatia. It serves as the main hub for Croatia Airlines, the national flag carrier, and also handles many international and domestic flights.


The airport was opened in 1962 and has undergone several expansions and renovations since then. The current terminal building was opened in 2017 and has a capacity of 5 million passengers per year. The airport has one runway, 05/23, which is 3,252 m long and 45 m wide.


Photoreal objects and textures of LDZA




The scenery of LDZA in FSX Davor Puljevic Croatian Airports is very realistic and detailed. It features photoreal objects with day and night textures of the airport, including the terminal building, the control tower, the hangars, the radar, and the fire station. The terminal windows are semitransparent and show the arranged interior of the building. The apron is also well textured and has parking cars and original vehicles.


Airport mesh and surrounding landscape of LDZA




The airport mesh of LDZA is correct and has two levels: one for the runway and taxiways, and another for the apron and buildings. The surrounding mesh is also correct and matches the real elevation of the terrain. The scenery also includes a very detailed and photoreal landscape around the airport, which covers the town of Velika Gorica, the nearby villages, roads, railways, bridges, fields, forests, and more.


LDDU Dubrovnik International Airport




Location and history of LDDU




LDDU is the second busiest airport in Croatia. It is located 15 km southeast of Dubrovnik, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It serves mainly international flights from Europe and some domestic flights.


The airport was opened in 1962 and has been upgraded several times since then. The current terminal building was opened in 2010 and has a capacity of 3.5 million passengers per year. The airport has one runway, 12/30, which is 3,300 m long and 45 m wide.


Photoreal objects and textures of LDDU




The scenery of LDDU in FSX Davor Puljevic Croatian Airports is very realistic and detailed. It features photoreal objects with day and night textures of the airport, including the terminal building, the control tower, the hangars, the radar, and the fire station. The terminal windows are semitransparent and show the arranged interior of the building. The apron is also well textured and has parking cars and original vehicles.


Airport mesh and surrounding landscape of LDDU




The airport mesh of LDDU is correct and has two levels: one for the runway and taxiways, and another for the apron and buildings. The surrounding mesh is also correct and matches the real elevation of the terrain. The scenery also includes a very detailed and photoreal landscape around the airport, which covers the towns of Dubrovnik and Cavtat, the nearby villages, roads, railways, bridges, fields, forests, mountains, and more.


LDSP Split International Airport




Location and history of LDSP




LDSP is the third busiest airport in Croatia. It is located 24 km west of Split, the second largest city in Croatia and a major tourist attraction. It serves mainly international flights from Europe during the summer season and some domestic flights.


The airport was opened in 1966 and has been expanded several times since then. The current terminal building was opened in 2019 and has a capacity of 3.5 million passengers per year. The airport has one runway, 05/23, which is 2,550 m long and 45 m wide.


Photoreal objects and textures of LDSP




The scenery of LDSP in FSX Davor Puljevic Croatian Airports is very realistic and detailed. It features photoreal objects with day and night textures of the airport, including the terminal building, the control tower, the hangars, the radar, and the fire station. The terminal windows are semitransparent and show the arranged interior of the building. The apron is also well textured and has parking cars and original vehicles.


Airport mesh and surrounding landscape of LDSP




The airport mesh of LDSP is correct and has two levels: one for the runway and taxiways, and another for the apron and buildings. The surrounding mesh is also correct and matches the real elevation of the terrain. The scenery also includes a very detailed and photoreal landscape around the airport, which covers the towns of Split and Trogir, the nearby villages, roads, railways, bridges, fields, forests, mountains, and more.


The Adriatic Coastline and Islands




The beauty and diversity of the Adriatic Sea




The Adriatic Sea is a part of the Mediterranean Sea that separates the Italian Peninsula from the Balkan Peninsula. It is known for its clear blue water, mild climate, and rich biodiversity. The Adriatic Sea hosts more than 7,000 species of plants and animals, including dolphins, whales, sharks, turtles, corals, seagrasses, and more.


The Adriatic Sea is also a popular destination for tourists who enjoy sailing, diving, fishing, swimming, and sunbathing. The sea offers many natural and cultural attractions along its coast, such as caves, cliffs, lagoons, bays, beaches, forts, castles, churches, monasteries, and museums.


The detailed coastline and islands of the scenery




The scenery of FSX Davor Puljevic Croatian Airports covers a very detailed coastline of the Adriatic Sea from Trst in Italy till Albanian border with more than 450 islands. The coastline is based on hundreds of digital and satellite pictures and shows the real shape and texture of the land and water.


The islands are also very realistic and detailed. They include some of the most famous and beautiful islands in Croatia, such as Krk, Cres, Lošinj, Rab, Pag, Dugi Otok, Brač, Hvar, Korčula, Mljet, and Vis. The islands have their own airports, harbors, towns, villages, roads, and landmarks.


The maritime area with towns, roads, railways, bridges, and more




The scenery also covers a correct landscape of maritime area (about 20 km inland) with towns, villages, main roads with dinamyc traffic in both sides, railways, bridges, boats, marinas, factories, shipyards and many other objects. These objects add more realism and variety to the scenery and make it more fun to fly over.


Conclusion




In conclusion, FSX Davor Puljevic Croatian Airports is a photoreal scenery of three main Croatian airports: LDZA, LDDU, and LDSP. It is a rebuilt scenery of the author's FS2004 version, completely adjusted for FSX. It features photoreal objects with day and night textures of all three airports, semitransparent day and night terminal windows with arranged terminal interior, correct airport mesh with two levels and correct surrounding mesh, parking cars and original apron vehicles, dinamyc vehicles on the apron, very detailed and photoreal airports surrounding landscape which include towns: Velika Gorica, Trogir, Kastela, Split, Dubrovnik and Cavtat, very detailed coastline of the Adriatic Sea from Trst in Italy till Albanian border with more than 450 islands, correct landscape of maritime area (about 20 km inland) with towns, villages, main roads with dinamyc traffic in both sides, railways, bridges, boats, marinas, factories, shipyards and many other objects and aeronautical charts of these airports.


This scenery is also supported by Aerosoft AES (version 2.03 and higher), which adds more realism and functionality to the airports.


If you want to explore the beautiful country of Croatia in FSX, you should buy this scenery. You will be amazed by the stunning views of the airports, the coastline, and the islands. You will also enjoy flying over the realistic landscape with many landmarks and details. You will feel like you are really there!


FAQs




  • What are the system requirements for this scenery?



This scenery requires FSX SP1 SP2 and a minimum of 35.31 MB of disk space. It also requires a good graphics card and processor to run smoothly.


  • How can I install this scenery?



You can buy this scenery from simMarket.com and download it directly to your computer. You will receive a confirmation email with a link to download the scenery and a serial number to activate it. You can also use the simMarket desktop application to install the scenery.


  • How can I get support for this scenery?



If you have any questions or problems with this scenery, you can contact the author, Davor Puljevic, by email at davor.puljevic@zg.t-com.hr. You can also visit his website at www.davorpuljevic.com for more information and updates.


  • How can I update this scenery?



If there are any updates or patches for this scenery, you will be notified by email or by the simMarket desktop application. You can also check the author's website for any news or announcements.


  • How can I get a discount for this scenery?



If you previously purchased DAVOR PULJEVIC - DUBROVNIK INTERNATIONAL LDDU FS2004 or DAVOR PULJEVIC - SPLIT INTERNATIONAL LDSP FS2004 or DAVOR PULJEVIC - ZAGREB INTERNATIONAL LDZA FS2004 at simMarket, you are entitled to the special upgrade price of EUR 19.95 only. The special upgrade price will be awarded automatically, therefore you must be logged into your same account used to purchase the previous version. If in doubt contact simMarket support first. No refunds given.


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