Aerosoft Release Bonaire International Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator
February 24, 2021
Originally being previewed late last month, Aerosoft have released another Microsoft Flight Simulator airport - Bonaire Airport. They have taken to their forum to announce the release of the airport, as well as specify details about it.
The developer states that “based on thousands of on-site images, highly detailed and true to life building models and high-resolution textures were created”. On top of this, “realistic night lighting, custom taxiway signage and passenger animations help bring the airport to a virtual life”.
Aerosoft have also shared a full feature list, which reads as follows:
- Highly detailed and realistic recreation of Flamingo International Airport (TNCB)
- Detailed recreation of Bonaire International Airport (TNCB)
- Highly detailed and accurate models & textures based on thousands of on-site images.
- Custom orthographic images covering the airport and close vicinity.
- Realistic dynamic night lighting.
- Interior model included for airport Terminal.
- Ambient passenger animations bring the airport to life
- Various other ambient animations, such as flags
- Custom windsock model.
- Custom taxiway signage to match its real-world counterpart.
- Also included is Bonaire’s old control tower. (Select any date before 2018.)
Bonaire Flamingo International Airport (IATA: BON, ICAO: TNCB) sits near the city of Kralendijk on the island of Bonaire. This airport sees several short-haul flights around the Caribbean and it also serves as a stopover for certain KLM long-haul flights. An average of 160,000 passengers pass through it’s terminal each year, with its 2880m runway seeing airlines such as American Airlines, Sunwing and Aruba Airlines.
You can purchase Bonaire Flamingo International Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator for a price of $15.14 (incl. VAT), and you can find more information regarding the airport through Aerosoft’s forum.
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