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Drzewiecki Design

Archive projects of Drzewiecki Design

 

Released: 2003-2010

Compatible with: FS2002-FS2004

Some projects are no longer available for download.

 

EPGO Góraszka 2010: The Airshow Challenge (2010)

 

EPGO Góraszka is a small airfield located 15km from Warsaw downtown. It held an annual International Aviation Picnic from 1996 till 2010. The airport was later sold to a non-aviation organization and is expected to be closed soon (around 2017).

 

EPGO 2007 was actually our first complete scenery ever published - the 2010 edition was a sequel. The 2010 scenery recreated one of the "Picnics" in EPGO airfield, with hundrieds of various real-life objects (static displays), people, static aircraft and the airport itself in a great detail. We have also organized 4 Virtual Air Picnics on VATSIM in Góraszka (2007-2010). Below there are some screenshots and on the right a movie made by Mariusz Napora.

 

Currently Góraszka airport (as it currently looks like) is included in our Warsaw City X product. The FS2004 version is available as well.

 

Since EPGO from the Warsaw City package looks very different, below there are links to the archive version of EPGO Góraszka 2010: The Airshow Challenge. Have fun with it! You need to manually add the airport into the Scenery Library. This scenery is not compatible with the Warsaw City package.

 

Download FSX version (237MB)                 Download FS2004 version (132MB)

 

 

 

EPMO Modlin (2009)

 

EPMO Modlin airport near Warsaw, Poland is quite special for us as its scenery was our first commercial release ever. The airport was upgraded around 2012 and currently it has a nice passenger terminal and serves low-cost carriers like Ryanair, however back in 2009 it was an almost abandoned military airfield with some amazing structures inside. Just look at the screenshots below. I remember that my ambition was to make some photos from the top of the "tower" building (first 4 pictures). Inside it looked like after a nuclear bombing... The way up was actually quite crazy - including heavly deformed and rusty metal stairs, with all those old documents and roof parts lying on the floor. The airport was almost quiet with some military guys walking around rarely as well as some wild animals like deers and boars searching for food. I saw some of them indeed. The whole area looked more like a national park than an airport. Nothing has left of that old airport by now but using our scenery you can go back in time and check for yourself how it looked like. The new airport with new runway, terminal and all other modernizations is included in our Warsaw City package.

 

 

Since the airport looks very different now, we have decided to provide you that old product for free. Have fun with it and remember that this place does not exist any more in a shape presented in the scenery! You need to manually add the airport into the Scenery Library. This scenery is not compatible with the Warsaw City package.

 

Download FSX version (145MB)                 Download FS2004 version (131MB)

 

 

 

EPGO Góraszka 2007 XP (2008)

 

EPGO Góraszka is a small airfield located 15km from Warsaw downtown. It held an annual International Aviation Picnic from 1996 till 2010. The airport was later sold to a non-aviation organization and is expected to be closed soon (around 2017).

 

EPGO 2007 was actually our first complete scenery ever published. The first version was designed for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004. The convertion to X-Plane 8 and 9 was created by Michael Vladar. This airstrip has never been included in X-plane default airports so this was the only detailed scenery of EPGO. It includes the photoreal terrain, high quality buildings and other nice features.

 

Currently EPGO Góraszka airport (as it looks like nowadays) is included in our payware Warsaw City XP product for X-Plane 10.

 

Download for X-plane 8 - 50MB                 Download for X-plane 9 - 48MB

 

 

 

S-771 Blue Angel (2005)

 

Drzewiecki S-771 Blue Angel futuristic project was inspired by the Boeing X-48 prototype and other blended-wings designs. Its fuselage works as a huge wing with a specific profile. Aircraft's size is quite similar to modern heavy jetliners (55x88x13), however it can take aboard 800 passengers and fly over 2 Ma on a maximum altitude of 60.000ft.

 

S-771 is powered by two hydrogen engines situated on top of the fuselage. Inside there is a tank with a liquid hydrogen, which is pumped to the engines. Due to the chemical reaction of mixiing hydrogen with oxygen (taken from the air) a big quantity of energy is produced. It was impossible to use those engines at low speeds, so S-771 has two extra jet engines under the fuselage, which must be used for taxi, take-off, landing and speeds below 400 KIAS. Jet engines have a changable thrust vector providing a stall speed of only 100 kts with 5% of fuel. Fully loaded S-771 requires only 1600m (5000ft) runway for take-off. The aircraft was originally designed for FS2004.

 

 

Stamar Ice Bace v2.1 (2005/2006)

 

A detailed scenery of a fictional Stamar city located on the Antarctic Peninsula. The project included city terrain made with EZ Landclass, lots of objects built in EOD (Easy Object Designer) - city downtown, nuclear power plant, two airports, detailed control tower with interior, huge greenhouses, a harbour and a 3,5km-long bridge. Package also included weather themes, saved flights, AI traffic file and an AI timetable for the area. The city looked nice at night as well, all abjects had night textures applied.

 

 

 

Concept Holiday Resort (2004)

 

It was a simple scenery of a concept city with three airports including large international airport, smaller GA aerodrome and a very small island field. The scenery was created with Easy Object Designer tool, FSSC, AFCAD and other free software. This was a nice excercise before our future city-scenery projects.

 

 

 

Flight Learning Center (2003)

 

This was just a simple scenery with a huge runway (the longest possible to produce in FS2002) to practice various approaches, designed mainly for the very beginners to flight simming (by a very beginning developer). There were some 3D objects added from FSSC (Flight Simulator Scenery Creator) like hangars and antennas and a ground layout designed in AFCAD by Lee Swordy. The scenery was published for a very short time and just for training purposes. This was actually our first scenery available for download ever.