Tallahassee International Airport by RIM&Co Released

By
Jan-Laurin Frey
Saturday, January 25, 2020

RIM&Co has released their newest product, Tallahassee International Airport (KTLH). The airport features realistic ground textures, airport buildings and other infrastructure, and SAM integration.

The airport contains the following features:

  • Buildings: Realistic rendition and 3D-recreation of most airport buildings, vehicles, clutter and other infrastructure, served with nice textures for day and night
  • Ground: Detailed ground textures with dynamic PBR properties, 4K asphalt/ concrete textures
  • Lighting: Accurate and vivid lighting for night-flying operations
  • Vegetation: Thousands of hand-placed 3D-trees 
  • Accurate Airport Layout
  • Gangways: SAM usage including jetways and safe-docks for most gates
  • Traffic: Ground traffic files included

Tallahassee International Airport is the regional airport of the city Tallahassee in Florida. It was opened in 1961 as Tallahassee Municipal Airport and was a replacement for the old Dale Mabry Field airport.

In December 1989, a new terminal, approximately $33 million in cost, was opened. The most popular flight route is to Atlanta with around 172,000 passengers per year.

The airport is equipped with two runways; the longer one being 2,438 meters in length.

The developer released Pittsburgh Airport last week.

RIM&Co’s Tallahassee International Airport is available to buy for $15.99 here.

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