Boundless Releases Reus Airport for X-Plane 11 & 12

Boundless has just released their rendition of Reus Airport for X-Plane 11 and X-Plane 12. The Spanish airport serves the city of Reus and has a yearly average of just over 1 million passengers.

Located about 88 kilometers southwest of Barcelona, Reus Airport opened all the way back in 1935. The airport was used as a Republican base during the Spanish Civil War. After the war, the airport became a Spanish Air Force base. In the late 1990s, the airport became fully civilian, and has since been the destination for those who seek the sun. The airport has and is being served by airlines like Ryanair, TUI, and Jet2. The last few years, the yearly amount of passengers has seen a big rise, and the airport is becoming an increasingly more popular holiday destination for those wanting to visit the Spanish coast.

The scenery has lots of features with the most noticeable of them being up to date Ortho imagery, 4K PBR Terminal & Airport buildings, 3D vegetation, HD custom clutter objects, Animated airport ground traffic, 4K custom ground textures and fully accurate ground markings. According to Boundless, the airport has thousands of accurately placed objects and textures.

Reus Airport is now available on the Boundless Store for £15.99GBP, or roughly $20.25USD and takes up around 970 MB of space on disk.

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