AeroDesign Releases John Glenn Columbus International Airport (KCMH)

By
Alex John
Sunday, June 30, 2019

AeroDesign has released John Glenn Columbus International Airport (KCMH) for X-Plane 11. It was announced 363 days ago, starting with renders of the main airport buildings.

The airport is located in downtown Columbus, Ohio. The airport has seen steady usage at around 6-7 million passengers, with Southwest serving the majority of flights, and followed by American and Delta. It is the second-busiest in the state.

It makes use of the following features, and also supports a couple of plugins:

  • Highly accurate and detailed 3d model of the Concourse/Terminal and surrounding airport buildings
  • High resolution textures for the Concourse and immediate surroundings
  • Performance friendly 3d models for the entire airport
  • Normal mapping and reflections for an enhanced user experience
  • Baked Ambient Occlusion
  • HDR night lighting
  • Winter Effects
  • Custom high resolution ground textures and markings
  • High resolution orthophotos
  • Ambient airport sounds using the SoundXP plugin courtesy of the wonderful X-Codr Designs
  • World Traffic 3 support courtesy of the amazing Cpt. K-Man
  • SAM implementation for dynamic jetways

KCMH is available to buy from the x-plane.org store. It is listed as US $21.95, but is currently on sale for US $19.95.

The developer is also working with X-Codr on Montgomery Regional Airport. Additional details can be found in an exclusive article here.

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