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Is anyone working on a quality rendition of Nashville International Airport?

 

Payware or freeware?  


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I just started on a better version of KBNA. It's in its very early stages, so don't expect it to be done for awhile.

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I just started on a better version of KBNA. It's in its very early stages, so don't expect it to be done for awhile.

 

Thats great news to hear, keep us informed of your progress!


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Great work!


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Looks good. You going to do custom ground polys for the apron, taxiway and runways as well?


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I really don't mean to be rude, but those shots don't look very good at all...

 

I can't "do better" by any means, but unless it's freeware, I wouldn't buy it.

 

I think the OP said "Quality" rendition, so, to answer your question, no, none that I am aware of.

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How's the project coming so far? 

 

I would love to see some more screenshots.

 

You should consider trying to make that bridge that connects RWY 02R/20L to the rest of the airfield. 

 

I've flown into BNA many times, and I would love to fly there in the sim. 

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I'm currently working on Concourse C. I'm not familiar with the bridge you're referring to, but I'll try to find it in Bing Maps. I'll also try to take some more screen shots.

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Is this Freeware or Payware?


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I really don't mean to be rude, but those shots don't look very good at all...

 

I can't "do better" by any means, but unless it's freeware, I wouldn't buy it.

 

I think the OP said "Quality" rendition, so, to answer your question, no, none that I am aware of.

 

Good grief.  Certainly in the very early stages so what should be expected?  Stick around and make judgment when the work is complete.


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Good grief.  Certainly in the very early stages so what should be expected?  Stick around and make judgment when the work is complete.

 

Seeing as the poster of that comment has been shown the door, me thinks we don't have to worry about his judgement anymore! B)

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