UNITED STATES – AeroDesign has officially released KCMH, John Glenn Columbus International Airport for X-Plane 11. The scenery is a detailed rendition of the real world airport facility complete with accurate buildings, high resolution textures, winter effects, HDR night lighting, baked ambient occlusion, and much more.
Serving Columbus, Ohio, and surrounding area, the airport is a midsize commercial facility handling more than 8 million passengers per annum.
Please see below for a product features list.
KCMH is a detailed rendition of the real life counterpart, and has the following features:
- Highly accurate and detailed 3d model of the Concourse/Terminal and surrounding airport buildings
- High resolution textures for the Concourse and immediate surroundings
- Performance friendly 3d models for the entire airport
- Normal mapping and reflections for an enhanced user experience
- Baked Ambient Occlusion
- HDR night lighting
- Winter Effects
- Custom high resolution ground textures and markings
- High resolution orthophotos
- Ambient airport sounds using the SoundXP plugin courtesy of the wonderful X-Codr Designs
- World Traffic 3 support courtesy of the amazing Cpt. K-Man
- SAM implementation for dynamic jetways
For more information, additional screenshots, or to purchase, visit the product sales page via the x-plane.org store. As of the time of this writing, the scenery is priced at $19.95 USD.
Keep in mind, AeroDesign also recently posted a teaser image from the developers next project, possibly Grand Rapids.