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“Marsa Alam Int. Airport” (HEMA-RMF) released

   
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Albysim Scenery Design
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Posted: Sat Nov 05, 2016 9:11 am 

Dear friends,
after a lot of work, we are happy to introduce our new FS9 scenery: the egyptian "Marsa Alam International Airport" (Iata: RMF, Icao: HEMA) located on the Red Sea coast in Africa. Marsa Alam is one of the major holiday destinations on the Red Sea and dozens of airlines fly there all year long.

In the scenery we have reproduced all main buldings (airport, close sourroundings and Port Ghalib resorts), hundred of custom made detailed objects, static and animated vehicles and a photoreal airport background. Each scenery part and object (frame-rate friendly thanks to the low poly design) has day and night photoreal textures and everything is placed in the right position (which has been seen on summer 2016 at the real airport).

If you're a holiday-flights pilot, this airport is a "must have".

Here is a demo-video for a short "live" scenery tour:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEiRJs-EeDg

The scenery (in his limited free/demo version) can be found on AVSIM, Flightsim and Simviation at the following links:
Flightsim: http://dfs2.flightsim.com/download.php?fn=albysim_marsa_alam_hema.zip
Simviation: http://simviation.com/1/download?file=Albysim_HEMA-1.zip&fileId=51768
AVSIM : http://library.avsim.net/download.php?DLID=197144

For more information and more screenshots about the Marsa Alam scenery, visit our website http://www.albysimsd.hostoi.com/FS9-FS2004-marsa-alam-HEMA-scenery-overview.htm
Welcome to the Red Sea!


Alby
Albysim Scenery Design team






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ianstephens
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Posted: Tue Nov 08, 2016 5:33 pm 

Thanks for sharing your scenery with us. Will you be developing this for FSX? Why did you choose to develop new scenery for the legacy FS2004? Also, feel free to submit it to our library on Fly Away Simulation too.
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