Aerosoft Airport Twentynine Palms | MSFS DLC
Developer: 29Palms, Emmanuel Stefanakis
Purchase here: Aerosoft Shop
Twentynine Palms (formerly known as Twenty-Nine Palms) was named for the palm trees found there in 1852 by Col. Henry Washington. Located in the Mojave Desert, California, dry climate, palm trees, shrubs, and sand as far as the eye can see characterize Twentynine Palms Airport and its vicinity.
Twentynine Palms Airport is the second internal project of our scenery development company 29Palms Scenery Design for the MSFS platform. We’ve set a whole new level of detail and realism with the scenery, based on many references from the real airport. It is our first project in MSFS which comes with animated people and features many new 3D objects, exclusively designed for this scenery. Along with a huge library of high-quality 3D objects, the software forms the basis for all prospective 29Palms sceneries.
What are you waiting for? Pick one of the big hubs and head over to Twentynine Palms. The desert awaits you!
Highly detailed rendition of Twentynine Palms Airport (KTNP), California
Complete coverage of the airport and the surrounding area with high resolution satellite imagery (0.25m/px)
Realistic night lighting using almost exclusively dynamic lights
High resolution textures (2048px²) with full PBR
Over 100.000 hand-placed and custom-made rocks and vegetation objects
Complete reconstruction of airport’s lighting equipment with realistic custom-made taxi, runway, rail lights, hazard lights and beacons
Animated 3D people, Eagle
Numerous custom-made static objects and aircraft around the airport
Excellent performance with high framerates due to optimizations
Custom made animated windsock
Microsoft Flight Simulator (Version 2020)
OS: Microsoft Windows 10 / 11
Processor: Intel i5-4460 | AMD Ryzen 3 1200 or better
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 770 | AMD Radeon RX 570 or better
DirectX: DirectX 11
VRAM: 6 GB
RAM: 12 GB
HDD: 1 GB
Installation runs via Aerosoft One, this requires an internet connection and an Aerosoft user account!
More information about Aerosoft One can be found in the User Guide or in the FAQs.