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P3D v3 AZA Mesa Gateway V2

Hey all, Ryan here looking for some motivation regarding my project that I've been working on.

Being a full time ramp agent right now, I'll do my best to deliver this project to you hopefully soon. In the mean time, pics...!

Some of this Movement area work.


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Updated ground polys.


 
That looks fabulous. Congratulations!
I see your edges are made separately. Don't forget you can select the edge of the taxiway/runway/apron, create shape (linear) and loft that shape. Too late now though! ;)
 
Flew an Extra 300 at that airport (Fighter Intl). It was such a great experience. Very busy airport. Looking good.
 
Thank you gentlemen. AZA is an amazing airport, I even got a tour from the airport director there back in November. I was able to get much needed pictures and hopefully I can bust this scenery out to you all soon. Now if only the Maddog worked in P3D :eek:



 
Mesa Gateway has a unique terminal area. After checking your bags you are introduced into a desert oasis while to transition to your terminal. I plan to recreate the feeling as you pull up in your plane and see the beautiful palms behind the fence.

 
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