Dreamflight Studios releases Mexico City Airport

Jordan Davison
Saturday, July 27, 2019

Another ESP developer has now officially entered into the X-Plane world! Dreamflight studios has released Mexico City International Airport (Benito Juárez International Airport) for X-Plane 11. The X-Plane version features everything people come to know and love in the ESP based version of the scenery (which is published under Taxi2Gate). Dreamflight's rendition consists of of World Traffic 3 compatibility, PBR textures, realistic night effects, water puddles, and the surrounding area of Mexico City with custom city buildings.

Mexico City International is Mexico's and Latin American's busiest airport by passenger traffic and aircraft movements with 47,700,547 passengers traveling through it's gates in 2018. The airport serves as a hub for Mexico's largest airline, Aeroméxico, and has further developed into a SkyTeam hub. Aeromar, Interjet, Volaris, and VivAerobus are all also prominent airlines that service Mexico City.

The Mexico City itself is the most populous city in North America with a GDP of $411 billion in 2011, making it also one of the most productive urban areas in the world. With a population of approximately 9 million people, the city features vivid landmarks that users can experience whilst flying over with Dreamflight's rendition.


  • Highly detailed objects and vehicles
  • High quality ground textures
  • Realistic Airport Surroundings
  • Custom City Buildings
  • Realistic runway/taxiway lights
  • High resolution building textures
  • Realistic night effects
  • PBR textures
  • Water puddles
  • World Traffic 3 compatible
  • Sam compatible (Plugin Required)
  • FPS friendly

The full product page and scenery can be purchased on simmarket for €22 (approx $26 USD). For more information regarding Dreamflight Studios and their future projects, you can visit their Facebook page. Thanks to Austriancontroller for the tipoff on Discord! Here's curious to see what else Dreamflight has up on their sleeves for X-Plane.

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