Ultra-Res Cities take MegaSceneryEarth realism to a whole new level with unprecedented native 60 cm or better resolution scenery for larger cities and Terminal Control Areas.
This titles gives you the Terminal Area for Phoenix, AZ (shown by the pdf chart link below) around 9,000 square miles of the all displayed at 60 cm per pixel.
The realism is simply stunning. You can fly this scenery and it remains clear right down to lower altitudes of around 500 feet. Perfect for helicopter flying around cities as well as cross city shorter flights in light aircraft or for ultra-realism while approaching and landing at a Terminal Control Area in a big jet.
This terminal area can co-exist with your Arizona complete state scenery and it blends seamlessly with the 2017 Arizona V3. Place the Ultra-Res city above the state scenery in your scenery library.
Features New AtmosCLEAR™ Image Clarity
Arizona imagery is processed using our proprietary AtmosCLEAR™ image processing. AtmosCLEAR™ is a post production image processing technique that simulates the image being photographed in a vacuum to eliminate all atmospheric haze and artifact. It’s clear of atmosphere. The result is a crystal clear mathematically optimally contrasted image.
Fly The Phoenix Terminal Area Both Day and Night
Ultra-Res Cities Phoenix blends seamlessly with FSX and Prepar3D night scenery so that dawn and dusk feature a blend of aerial imagery and night lighting while the scenery transitions to full day or full night where all default FSX night scenery displays.
Complete Hydrography For The Area
Ultra-Res Cities Phoenix also features Flight Simulator water effects on all lakes, ponds and reservoirs greater than 3 acres from the national hydrographic database. If the water body is greater than 5 sq km, then its shorelines are hand etched pixel by pixel for highly accurate shorelines. Wide rivers also have hand etched shorelines and banks. The raw photographic water body is left untouched with the result being an authentic variety of different water colors that highlight specific properties e.g. mineral lakes whose color is maintained. Where possible water surface artifact is removed from the image. For users who like to see the water bodies as they are, then simply turn off the simulator water effects and you will see the native aerial images of the water bodies as you fly. Specific characteristics of narrower rivers require that we do not apply water effect to narrow rivers and creeks for a better scenery result.
All The Charts You Need To Navigate The Phoenix Terminal Area
As an added bonus, we provide all the VFR and IFR charts in digital PDF format to enable you to get the most out of your Terminal Area flying. This includes 3 Sectionals, 4 IFR enroute charts, and a 262 page book of Instrument Approach plates, Airport Diagrams, SIDs and STARs, and an Airport Facility Directory. The charts are downloadable along with your scenery files.
Download the Phoenix Terminal Area PDF below. The area covered by this area is exactly the area covered in the Terminal Area Chart.
THIS TITLE COMES WITH A FULL SET OF FAA AERONAUTICAL CHARTS FOR Arizona IN PDF FORMAT.
Here’s what you get (download links for charts will be given to you with your product download):
SECTIONAL CHARTS: Denver, Las Vegas, Phoenix
TERMINAL AREA CHART: Phoenix
LOW ALTITUDE IFR CHARTS: ELUS-05/ELUS-06, ELUS-07/ELUS-08, ELUS-09/ELUS-10
HIGH ALTITUDE IFR CHARTS: EHUS-03/EHUS-04
AIRPORT FACILITY DIRECTORY: A FULLY INDEXED 49 PAGE PDF BOOKLET
APPROACH CHARTS & AIRPORT DIAGRAMS: A FULLY INDEXED 262 PAGE PDF BOOKLET
- TerminalAreaChart-Phoenix.pdf (17.5 MB)
This Terminal Area Chart is the exact area covered by this scenery