The scenery is offered as a single product for FSX and Prepar3D v3.
The scenery is sold for US$ 17.50
Current Version: 2.1.2
BluePrint Simulations’ CYYZ, Toronto –Pearson International Airport version 2 scenery (CYYZv2) is entirely new. Rebuilt 100% from scratch it is a leap forward from our original CYYZ scenery published in December 2008. The new scenery is one of the most detailed, complete and up-to-date renditions of Canada’s most important airport currently available for the Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3. It is also the most complex scenery that we have ever created. We spared no effort to incorporate as many “True 3D” features as possible. It is intended to take full advantage of current-generation graphics display adapter technology relying heavily on shadow, reflection and transparency effects to achieve a realistic look and feel of the entire airport.
In the winter of 2017 there are three operational terminals at CYYZ. Terminal 1 is used by Air Canada, its low-cost and regional partners as well as other Star Alliance members including United Airlines. The terminal has two piers, one used primarily for domestic operations and the other for international flights. A full section of the international pier (Gates 160 thru 169) is configured for the operation of flights to and from the USA. Terminal 3 is used by all other Canadian airlines including WestJet, Air Transat and Sunwing plus most non-Star Alliance international carriers including American and Delta. Terminal 3 also has two piers plus a small satellite used by WestJet. One pier is configured for domestic and US-bound flights while the other is used primarily for international operations. The infield terminal is rarely used but remains operational for charter and low-cost carriers.
CYYZv2 features detailed models of the three terminals including all adjacent parking structures, elevated access roads, the Sheraton hotel at Terminal 3 and the people mover connecting terminals 1 and 3. Each boarding gate is positioned as accurately as possible and all feature customized static jetways, parking alignment aids and static service vehicles. The scenery also includes detailed, fully three-dimensional models for the air traffic control tower and all maintenance, cargo and general aviation facilities within the field boundaries. We paid special attention to the Air Canada maintenance ramp, the infield general aviation, maintenance and cargo facilities and the FedEx terminal.
The new scenery includes all five runways featuring realistic approach light fixtures and accurately positioned ILS antennae and windsocks. The taxiway complex is laid out according to the latest published data and features realistic signs and markings. All ramps feature custom markings and realistic illumination effects. Terrain elevation in the immediate vicinity of the airport was contoured for accuracy.
NOTE: BluePrint sceneries are not compatible with FSX or Prepar3D animated service vehicles
FSX and Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 or 10 (All versions) or Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3 and Windows 7, 8 or 10 (All versions). FSX and Prepar3D must be set to display the default terrain elevation mesh with 5 meters or better resolution for the scenery to display properly (1 meter resolution is recommended). Our scenery has not been tested with third-party terrain elevation mesh add-ons and the use of the scenery with such add-ons is not recommended.
Note: No significant frame-rate degradation was observed in full-screen mode when using the hardware specified above as “fully tested”.
* BluePrint Simulations sceneries are designed and tested using nVidia GPU’s exclusively. For Current generation video card specifications visit http://nVidia.com. For ATI video card specifications visit http://ati.com
43 ° 40.6333'N (43.677223°N)
079° 37.8333'W (79.630556°W)
569 ft (173 m)
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