Drzewiecki Design’s Seattle City XP


X-Plane 11’s default city now available from Drzewiecki

Sadly I’ve never actually visited the United States, other than to transit through Los Angeles on my way to New Zealand. I say sadly because there are many places I’d like to see there, yet like many other people I find that there are just as many places I’ve yet to visit in Europe, which is a lot closer. So products like this latest one from Drzewiecki Design allow me to get at least a flavour of those faraway destinations.

On this occasion it is the default city that every user first sees after they have installed X-Plane 11. I’m talking of course about Seattle in Washington State.

Installation and documentation

In common with most Drzewiecki Design products, Seattle XP is perfectly straightforward to install by means of a single executable file. If you’re a Windows user the install only requires you to remove any conflicting products from the sim, which essentially means you have to uninstall any other versions of the city you may have previously installed.

All this information is provided in the manual, together with an extensive history of the city taken from the Wikipedia website. It also contains links to the support for…

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