How to Download and Install TropicalSim Porto LPPR 2014 for FSX and P3D
TropicalSim Porto LPPR 2014 is a highly detailed scenery of Porto Airport in Portugal for FSX and P3D. It features a state of the art glass terminal building with jetways, dynamic lighting, 3D grass, wet ground surface effect, and more. It also includes the new Everjets and DHL hangars on the opposite side of the runway from the main terminal.
If you want to download and install this scenery, you don't need to complete any survey, enter any password, or use any third-party software. You can simply purchase it from simMarket, the official distributor of TropicalSim products. Here are the steps to follow:
[FSX - P3D] TropicalSim Porto LPPR 2014 No Survey No Password No Download
If you already have an account on simMarket, log in with your email and password. If not, create a new account by filling in your personal details and choosing a password.
Choose your preferred payment method and complete the checkout process.
After your payment is confirmed, you will receive an email with a download link and a serial number for the product.
Click on the download link and save the file to your computer.
Run the installer and follow the instructions on the screen. You will need to enter your serial number when prompted.
The installer will detect your FSX or P3D location and add the scenery to your scenery library automatically.
Launch FSX or P3D and enjoy flying to and from Porto Airport!
Note: If you previously purchased TropicalSim Porto 2014 LPPR FS2004/FSX P3D at simMarket, you are entitled to a special upgrade price of EUR 9.00 only. The special upgrade price will be awarded automatically, therefore you must be logged into your same account used to purchase the previous version. If in doubt, contact simMarket support first. No refunds given.
If you want to learn more about Porto Airport and its history, here are some interesting facts:
Porto Airport is named after Francisco de SÃ Carneiro, a former Prime Minister of Portugal who died in a plane crash near the airport in 1980.
The airport was opened in 1945 and initially had a single runway and a small terminal. It underwent several expansions and renovations over the years, especially in the 2000s and 2010s.
The airport is the second busiest in Portugal after Lisbon Airport, handling over 13 million passengers in 2019. It serves as a hub for TAP Air Portugal, Ryanair, and EasyJet.
The airport has two runways, one of which is 3,480 meters long and can accommodate large aircraft such as the Airbus A380. The other runway is 2,480 meters long and is mainly used by smaller planes.
The airport has won several awards for its quality and service, such as the ACI Europe Best Airport Award in 2007 and 2016, and the Skytrax World Airport Award for Best Regional Airport in Europe in 2019.
We hope you enjoy your flight to or from Porto Airport and have a great time exploring this beautiful city and its surroundings. Happy flying! 29c81ba772