Located in the stunning Verde Valley, Sedona is a city situated in the heart of the American Southwest.
Following hot on the heals from his highly-popular Palm Springs Intl, acclaimed developer Jarrad Marshall (Palm Springs/Monterey/Jackson Hole/Cairns Intl) gives us something quite unique with his latest offering. Of course this is not just an airport scenery; expect to find a huge coverage area to explore, including 800sq km of surrounding canyonlands, mesas, desert lowlands and red sandstone monoliths, as well as the entire City of Sedona. Situated atop a high mesa 500ft above the surround townsite, Sedona Airport is a highly challenging approach for even seasons aviators; test your skills at one of the most dangerous airfields in the United States. Located a short flight from other scenic locations such as the Grand Canyon and Phoenix AZ, Sedona is suitable for GA types, high-performance large business jets, military aircraft and helicopter pilots. Optimised for performance, a huge coverage area, challenging runway approaches for all types of aviators and extraordinary detail around the airport, Sedona is your perfect base of operations for the dramatically scenic Southwest. What more could you want!
Ultra-detailed rendition of KSEZ Sedona Airport
Huge coverage area 30cm/60cm resolution, with included 10m mesh
Numerous points of interest; Midgley Bridge, Chapel of the Holy Cross, City Lookout and many more!
Entirely new HD Custom Autogen exclusive to Sedona over 21 new desert vegetation types
Advanced rendering, ambient occlusion and unique night-lighting techniques used for maximum realism
Full suite of ObjectFlow, PeopleFlow2, TextureFlow and more included
A dozen new HD static aircraft and vehicles exclusive to KSEZ including Learjet 35 and WACO YMF-5
"Lite" rendition of nearby Cottonwood Airport (P52) included
Unique animated content dynamically dependant on weather conditions
Strongly optimized for good performance with complex aircraft types
Designed to blend seamlessly with FTX GLOBAL BASE in FSX/FSX:SE/P3Dv1/P3Dv2/P3Dv3