Old Warden Aerodrome for Microsoft Flight Simulator

The latest destination from Burning Blue Design is EGTH Old Warden Aerodrome for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The airport is an accurate rendition of the real-world example.
The airport is an accurate rendition of the real-world example. Burning Blue Design

Old Warden boasts a rich aviation heritage dating to the early 20th century. Established in 1932 as a private aerodrome for the Shuttleworth family, it played a crucial role in training Royal Air Force (RAF) pilots during World War Two.

Post-war, the aerodrome transitioned into a hub for vintage aviation enthusiasts. It became synonymous with the Shuttleworth Collection, a renowned museum of vintage aircraft and vehicles. Today, it continues to serve as the venue for the Shuttleworth Collection displays and airshows, attracting aviation enthusiasts from around the world.

The package for Microsoft Flight Simulator was made following on-site visits to ensure the highest levels of accuracy with enhanced high-resolution colour-corrected ground textures and up-to-date layout with accurate runways and taxiways.

The cafe features interior modelling with 3D people.
The cafe features interior modelling with 3D people. Burning Blue Design

Other details include detailed interiors for the cafe and tower, animated 3D spectators, hangar doors with interior parking and custom flags, windsocks and a working signal square. It sports more than 240 custom 3D objects with full Physical Based Rendering (PBR) textures.

The surrounding area is also modelled, including the Shuttleworth estate, including Shuttleworth House, Shuttleworth College, Swiss Garden and Home Farm. It also comes with eight real-life static aircraft from the Shuttleworth Collection, night lighting and dynamic weather compatibility.

The package is available on OrbxDirect for AUD$27.95 (approx £14.46).