Cami De Bellis quietly releases La Tontouta International

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Cami De Bellis is a recognised and influential scenery developer in the X-Plane scene. Known for the CDB library, Bellis, along with Freddy De Pues has released a series of freeware airports but it seemed that the duo does not engage with the community as frequently anymore. With the release of La Tontouta International, this may mean that Bellis is making a return to X-Plane!

NWWW (La Tontoula) is the main airport for New Caledonia, situated about 52 kilometres from the largest city Noumea. The airport serves as the international gateway, while neighbouring airport Noumea Magenta Airport serves domestic flights only, NWWW is also the base for Aircalin. Over half a million passengers has used the airport in 2017.

Per's description, Cami De Bellis's reproduction of NWWW is another "hyper- detailed exotic scenery". Featuring custom terrain mesh by Maps2X-Plane, the product covers the airport itself and surrounding buildings:


  • Highly accurate scenery for NWWW with all buildings modeled
  • Animated airport vehicles (GroundTraffic)
  • Autogate by marginal
  • Mesh of airport corrected exclusively for this scenery, created by Matthias Seewald/Maps2Xplane and expressly authorized by Austin Meyer
  • Photoscenery for the entire Airport area  
  • Detailed airport objects and vehicles
  • Custom textured taxiways, runways and apron
  • Custom surroundings buildings
  • Custom airport lights
  • High resolution ground textures / Custom runway textures
  • High resolution building textures – all in 2K and 4K
  • Excellent night effects
  • World Traffic 3 compatible
  • Manual included

Pricing is at $22.40. Purchase the scenery here: LINK

More images: LINK

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