Vertical-Simulations Announce Corpus Christi International (KCRP)

By
Alex John
Monday, February 11, 2019

Through a Facebook post, Vertical-Simulations has announced Corpus Christi International airport for X-Plane 11. Opened in 2002, the Texan airport's five commercial gates serve United, Southwest and American, and connect flights to Houston and Dallas.

The airport is planned to cost $10, and will come with the following features:

  • Accurate modelling (updated 2019 model of the airport, default Xplane does not reflect this).
  • HD 0.5ft satellite imagery
  • Full Autogate Support
  • Full ground traffic
  • Taxi routes for World Traffic 3 and X-Life
  • PBR on many materials (including buildings and ground textures)
  • 3D "Texas" grass

The announcement comes after yesterday's release of their Eastern Iowa Airport (KCID) for X-Plane 11.

Below are several work in progress screenshots of the airport:

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