Threshold Exclusive: Montgomery Regional Airport by X-Codr and AeroDesign

February 27, 2019

Situated in the middle of Alabama in the United States of America, Montgomery is the capital city of the state, with a population of around 200,000. Just outside of the city, is Montgomery Regional Airport; with a main runway length of 2,700m and over 70,000 aircraft movements a year, the airport sees a range of military, GA, air taxi and a few airline flights every day. Primary destinations for domestic airlines include Washington National, Atlanta, Charlotte and Dallas Fort Worth.

X-Codr and AeroDesign have been working together to make Montgomery Regional Airport (KMGM) for X-Plane 11, and have kindly shared their collaborative effort with Threshold.

Below, are a selection of screenshots shared of the airport, which is a work in progress:

It will be fully-featured and include the XCD SoundXP Plugin, as well as dynamic snow textures (as used in ShortFinal Design's Munich Airport for example):

The duo hope to have KMGM out within the first half of 2019. On their own, X-Codr very recently released a massive update to their Sedona UHD scenery (link here), and AeroDesign is currently working on Columbus International Airport (link here), both for X-Plane 11.

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