Aerosoft Releases Köln/Bonn XP

Sam Clark
Thursday, May 16, 2019

Aerosoft's latest X-Plane airport is now available to purchase, just after the last previews of Köln/Bonn XP dropped yesterday.

The scenery, developed by Jan Erlend Sund, was debuted in March and has seen various public previews since, such as when Aerosoft showed off S.A.M. jetways at the airport.

This is a conversion of Aerosoft's earlier released Köln/Bonn for ESP-platforms, however it does have X-Plane 11 specific features. You can see them below:

  • Features a highly accurate recreation of Cologne Bonn Airport (EDDK, CGN)
  • High-fidelity 3D models of airport terminals, buildings, and other airport facilities
  • Interior terminal models included
  • Highly detailed PBR textures
  • Multiple texture resolution sets included
  • Highly detailed ground service equipment and clutter objects at aircraft stands
  • Up to date runway, taxiway, and stand layouts
  • Ambient service vehicle traffic on ramp
  • Custom road traffic around terminal entrance and cargo area
  • Animated ambient passengers inside airport terminals
  • Animated ambient ground crews on ramp and aircraft stands
  • Custom animated windsock and anemometer models
  • Compatible with AI traffic packages
  • Large ortho coverage of the airport and surrounding area (approx. 1000 km²)
  • Custom runway and approach light effects
  • Realistic night time effects with HDR lighting
  • Static aircraft included as an option
  • Ambient passenger animations for included static aircrafts
  • Volumetric grass included with multiple densities available
  • Configuration tool included
  • Seasonal textures and model variations included as an optional download
  • Animated jetways and passenger stairs (SAM plug-in required)
  • VGDS and Marshallers included (SAM plug-in required)

You can purchase Aerosoft Koln/Bonn Airport (EDDK) for $27.99 over on their web store.

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