UNITED KINGDOM – Orbx has released EGHA, Compton Abbas Airfield for X-Plane 11. As usual, the scenery is a highly detailed and accurate rendition of the real world airport facility. Keep in mind, the project is another X-Plane conversion (from FSX/P3D) designed to work seamlessly alongside TrueEarth Great Britan South.
According to Aimee Sanjari per the official release announcement.
EGHA Compton Abbas is situated 800 ft above sea level, 2.7 nautical miles south of Shaftesbury, Dorset, England. Sitting on top of the hills of the village Compton Abbas, this airfield has some spectacular views across some beautiful landscape and the developers have captured these picturesque surroundings perfectly. It is in an area of countryside which is deemed by the UK government to be an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Compton Abbas is known as being one of the friendliest and most picturesque airfields in the UK. This reputation makes it a popular retreat for everyone; from pilots, students learning to fly and general members of the public who are looking for a great day out.
Check out some release images below.
Next, see a list of key product features.
- Imagery at 15 cm and 60 cm per pixel
- Custom modeled vehicles
- Custom modeled airport
- Surrounded by large dense forests and beautiful green fields
- Blends seamlessly into TrueEarth GB South for P3D v4 and X-Plane 11
- Custom ground poly areas
To review the complete release announcement, see the source post via the Orbx forums. Alternatively, jump directly to the products sales page via OrbxDirect. As of the time of this writing, the scenery is priced at $24.95 AUD.
In other news, Orbx also recently released London City Airport for X-Plane 11.