Aerosoft Releases Airport Geneva XP

By
Peter Tram
Alex John
Monday, September 9, 2019

Announced just over a year ago, Aerosoft has released their Geneva Airport conversion for X-Plane. The scenery encompasses the airport and the surroundings in high detail and includes the stable X-Plane 11 features we all come to expect: glass and pavement reflections, dynamic airport ground equipment, and volumetric grass. In addition, roads are populated with traffic to bring the entire package to life.

Geneva Airport is the second-largest airfield in Switzerland and sits 4km north of the city of the same name. Airlines flying to and from the airport serve a total of 125 destinations; with a detailed reproduction of Terminal 1 and 2, it makes use of a custom airport network which is usable by ATC and AI traffic.

Here are the features:

  • Ortho imagery with resolution of 0.30 m
  • Custom terrain mesh with 5.0 m planar & 0.05 m altimetric resolution
  • SAM passenger boarding bridges, Safedock A-VDGSs and marshallers
  • Complete taxiway route network for use by ATC and AI aircraft
  • Native XPlane 11 ground service vehicles with ground route network
  • Static aircraft toggled on/off by the “Draw Parked Aircraft” checkbox
  • Glass and pavement reflections
  • Volumetric grass
  • Road network with animated cars
  • World Traffic v3 and X-Life v4 compatibility

The airport is available through Aerosoft for €28.19 (inc. 20% VAT), the Threshold Store for U.S. $29.99, or x-plane.org for the same price in U.S. dollars.

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