No Money Mondays: Rogue Valley Airport by BullfrogSim

February 12, 2024

It’s that time of week again, so it’s time for another edition of No Money Mondays on Threshold! On this week’s edition of No Money Mondays, we’re headed to Oregon in the United States to check out the amazing work of BullfrogSim and his rendition of Rogue Valley Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator!

Rogue Valley Airport got its start in 1922, being the first established municipal airport in the state of Oregon. Its name was Medford-Jackson County Airport.  Back then it sported limited facilities (as was very common at the time), and a 1,500 foot (458m) runway. The airport has expanded over the years, becoming classified as an international airport and being named Rogue Valley Medford International Airport. Today, The airport serves over 12 destinations over 4 different airlines, with seasonal direct connections to holiday destinations such as Los Angeles.

The in-sim rendition boasts many features, including:

  • Custom handcrafted models: Airline Terminal, Control Tower, Cargo Facilities, Fire Station, Mercy Flights Hangar, Million Air FBO, Erickson Hangar, Jet Center FBO, Civil Air Patrol Hangar, and more.
  • Custom Terraforming / Accurate Elevations
  • Complete rebuild of the runway, taxiways, aprons, and ground markings.
  • Custom Night Lighting
  • Full taxiway signage

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