With “Princess of the Caribbean – Part 1” the Princess Juliana International Airport (TNCM/SXM) is now available for X-Plane 11. In addition to the world-famous airport, the entire island of St. Maarten was also implemented. There is also an implementation of the Grand Case Airport included. The scenery was placed on ground textures from a satellite photo with a resolution of 50cm per pixel. In addition to numerous 3D objects such as buildings, landscape and trees, there are also plenty of 3D people to discover. More information about the scenery can be found in the X-Plane.org Store, where it is also available for $32.95.
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Being the fifth airport developed by Chudoba Design, it is a highly anticipated project by both the developer and the community. Today, we got a chance to access new exclusive previews of the Prague Airport (LKPR) rendition for X-Plane 11 that has been in development since October 2020.
The previews are showcasing the airport in general though still maintaining the main focus on the terminal and its close vicinity. It was stressed by the developer, that the previews are showcasing the current version of the scenery which may vary from the final release build.
All ten previews provided to us can be seen below. You can simply enlarge each image by clicking on it.
Based on the announcement post as well as the information shared with the previous set of previews, the scenery is being developed in cooperation between Chudoba Design and the University of Portsmouth. The developer promises to deliver an accurate and detailed rendition of the airport as well as “super-optimized“.
The open beta will be released in March this year with a full release coming at the end of June, as well this year. The price and expected features were not disclosed yet.
Václav Havel Airport is located in the capital of the Czech Republic, Prague. The airport saw over 17 million passengers last year mainly traveling to Amsterdam and Paris. The airport sees use from almost every major European airline as well as use from Emirates, Qatar Airways, and Delta Air Lines.