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Billy Bishop City Airport is a small regional airport located on Toronto Island in Canada. The second name of the airport is Toronto island airport and previously known as Port George VI Island Airport. South – West of Downtown Toronto City, with amazing High Rising towers and the famus CN – Tower.
Under CBSA is classified the airport can handle aircraft with up to 90 passengers.
The airport is accessible from a pedestrian tunnel or by ferry, operates between Toronto City and Airport
every 15min. Support equipment for General aviation as well with maintenance hangar.
Division: Toronto Port Authority (TPA)
Main airlines: Porter and Canadian airlines
CODE: YTZ
Elevation: 77m
Province: Ontario

Features
• UHD Custom Textures using the latest painting techniques
• Super Detailed 3D modeling
• Dynamic Lighting on P3D
• Eco-subsystem
• City with Hard surface and Heli fields
• Animated CN Tower Colors
• Animate parkings cars inside of the airport
• Ground reflections and decals
• Seasons and heavy winter include
• Custom 3D Grass and vegetations blends with orthophotos
• Ultra High resolution custom 25cm/px photoreal inside of the airport orthoimagery and the city of Toronto more than
  7 Km coverage
• Hundreds of 3D custom static objects
Accurate Toronto City area using original Canadian photos and OSM data!
Custom Hotels, high rise Buildings the famous CN Tower and the whole city of Toronto
Night Textures
FPS Friendly
Including CYTZ Charts


System requirements:
Lockheed Martin - Prepar3D V3 V4 
Microsoft FSX
Microsoft Windows 7 / 8 / 10 (64bit)
Processor: Quad core with 3.5 GHz
Memory: 8 GB of DDR4 RAM (2666 MHz)
Graphics card: 2 GB VRAM (DirectX 11)
P3D Download-Size: 1.3 GB
FSX Download-Size: 760 MB

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