WINGSIM - MWCR, OWEN ROBERTS INTL AIRPORT P3D4
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MWCR, OWEN ROBERTS INTL AIRPORT P3D4

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(Owen Roberts International Airport) (IATA: GCM, ICAO: MWCR), airport serving Grand Cayman Island (Georgetown), . It is the main international airport for the Cayman Islands, as well as the main base for Cayman Airways. The airport is named after Royal Air Force (RAF) Wing Commander Owen Roberts, a pioneer of commercial aviation in the country, and is the main port of entry to the Cayman Islands.

Owen Roberts International Airport was the only remaining international airport in the Caribbean to have an open-air observation "rolling gallery" until January 2017, when it was closed due to reconstruction.

The runway length includes a 130-meter (430-foot) displaced threshold on Runway 26. The Grand Cayman Non-directional Beacon (Ident: ZIY) is 1.1 nautical miles (2.0 km) below the approach threshold of runway 08. The Grand Cayman VOR/DME (Ident: GCM) is located 0.25 nautical miles (460 m) near runway 08.

It regularly receives flights from airlines such as Cayman Airways, American Airlines, British Airways, Air Canada, JetBlue Southwest, United, Caribbean Airlines, among many others, connecting the island with cities such as New York, London, Nassau, Miami, Kingston, Toronto, Houston and many more.

 

FEATURES

PBR textures and ground goly.

Autogen @ surrounding areas.

Optimized dynamic lights.

3D layered grass.

SODE controlled PAPI lights.

Dynamic Sode based Static Traffic.

PBR Rains Effects.

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Ruston
*Verified Product User*
05/15/2022
A solid product - certainly a significant step above default scenery or typical freeware.

There are some issues to note:

1) The photoscenery is low definition. It doesn't look genuinely good until about 5000 ft AGL. Though it makes for a nice initial stage to approach in a passenger jet, maintaining immersion into the lower stages of the approach would require much more in the way of hand-placed 3D buildings and vegetation. Some is included, but not enough to dispel the "flying over a blurry carpet" sense that photoscenery produces at low altitude.

2) The photoscenery has some clouds and "sunken" cruise ships in it. Those familiar with photoscenery know that this is not uncommon with Caribbean locations.

3) The lawn surrounding the main terminal flickers noticeably when taxiing or overflying it.

4) Hand-placed trees ended up in the water in several places south of runway 26.

In spite of these issues, there are also some nice touches, such as the animated flags and dolphins. The 3D objects are well-crafted for the most part. They took the trouble of creating a night-lighting effect on the photoscenery for evening flying, and the tarmac water and night-lighting effects look quite nice as well.

Though I'd probably have felt a bit disappointed had I spent the 17 Euro full price on this purchase, the sale price is very reasonable. I'll be watching to see how this developer progresses, as there is definitely promise here.
FILESIZE
21ßMB
REQUIREMENTS

Prepar3d V4.5

LANGUAGE
ENGLISH ; SPANISH
DEVELOPER
WINGSIM
Customer Reviews
WINGSIM - MWCR, OWEN ROBERTS INTL AIRPORT P3D4
Ruston
A solid product - certainly a significant step above default scenery or typical freeware. Th-
ere are some issues to note: 1) The photoscenery is low definition. It doesn't look genuinely good until about 5000 ft AGL. Though it makes for a nice initial stage to approach in a passenger jet, maintaining immersion into the lower stages of the approach would require much more in the way of hand-placed 3D buildings and vegetation. Some is included, but not enough to dispel the "flying over a blurry carpet" sense that photoscenery produces at low altitude. 2) The photoscenery has some clouds and "sunken" cruise ships in it. Those familiar with photoscenery know that this is not uncommon with Caribbean locations. 3-
) The lawn surrounding the main terminal flickers noticeably when taxiing or overflying it. 4) Hand-placed trees ended up in the water in several places south of runway 26. In spite of these issues, there are also some nice touches, such as the animated flags and dolphins. The 3D objects are well-crafted for the most part. They took the trouble of creating a night-lighting effect on the photoscenery for evening flying, and the tarmac water and night-lighting effects look quite nice as well. Though I'd probably have felt a bit disappointed had I spent the 17 Euro full price on this purchase, the sale price is very reasonable. I'll be watching to see how this developer progresses, as there is definitely promise here.
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