Skyline Simulations Release Gibraltar for X-Plane 11

September 13, 2020

Skyline Simulations have just released their latest X-Plane 11 scenery, a faithful reproduction of the famous airport of Gibraltar, located on Spain’s south coast.

Gibraltar is a British overseas territory located in Western Europe, more precisely on the southern tip of Spain. With a total area of just under 7 square kilometres, Gibraltar is mostly dominated by its 426 meters-high rock. Even though the airport is owned by the British Ministry of Defence, the airport also sees some year-long civilian traffic with flights to mainland Great-Britain and Morocco. The airport is not only famous for its sensational approach but also because its runway is cut in its middle by the territory’s main road. 

The add-on includes the airport of Gibraltar, the surrounding areas, ortho imagery and much more. The full feature list is available here below: 

  • UHD Custom Textures using the latest painting techniques
  • Super Detailed 3D modelling
  • Handcrafted solid Rock of Gibraltar with custom night lights and important buildings
  • Animated road traffic crossing the runway for takeoff and landing
  • PBR Materials on buildings
  • XPEco-subsystem
  • XPLCity with Hard surface and lighting system
  • Animated Marshallers
  • Animated Radar
  • Detailed UHD Ground with PBR and decals
  • Ultra High resolution custom orthoimagery for the airport
  • Thousands of 3D custom static objects
  • Accurate Gibraltar area using original imagery and OSM data
  • Amazing and detailed Night Textures
  • Animated cargo boats
  • FPS Friendly
  • Including LXGB Charts
  • Full Ground Traffic

Gibraltar Airport for X-Plane is available on the developer’s website for the discounted price of 23.90 Euros instead of 26.90 Euros. More information on the product is also available on the website. 

Check out our original article covering the announcement of this development.

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