Boundless Simulations Release Bournemouth Airport For X-Plane 11
Situated in the south of the UK lies Boundless’ latest release for X-Plane; Bournemouth Airport is another diverse airport that serves as a regional tourist hub for Ryanair and Tui, the airport serves short regional hops to medium-range destinations. More relevant to recent times, Bournemouth Airport has also been purposed as a key cargo hub during the Covid-19 Pandemic, where the airfield sees frequent freighter jets traffic on the daily, carrying PPE (Personal protective equipment)
Being Boundless’ 15th scenery for X-Plane 11, Bournemouth is no exception to the extra length Boundless went with the detailing. The adjacent surroundings include a fully modelled business park which will add extra immersion when conducting approaches and departures. Laid out with an up to date satellite imagery of the airport and the surroundings, the team highlights the seamless visual integration of the airport through colour correction of the imagery to blend in with Orbx’s TE GB South.
Another key feature in Boundless Simulations Bournemouth is the Animated marshaller that will guide pilots onto selected stands safely. They have utilised Autogate to perform these actions. The only downside of this feature is that the plugin will have to be downloaded separately.
In other Boundless news, this week’s “Weekly Report” showcased more previews of Gloucester Airport for X-Plane 11. The shots exhibited the textures inside the hangar buildings and the small objects scattered around the airport. With the development “coming together nicely” we can expect “more information in next weeks” Weekly Report.
Bournemouth Airport can be purchased from the Boundless Simulations Store for £13.99, it “will be coming to the iniBuilds store within the coming days, before making it to the X-Plane.org store at a later date.
You can keep up to date on Gloucester Airport and future projects by joining the Boundless Simulations Discord Server.
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