Xometry Design Releases Oklahoma City Airport for X-Plane

November 9, 2022

Xometry Design has just released their rendition of Oklahoma City Will Rogers Airport (KOKC) for X-Plane 11 and 12, a civil-military airport with a yearly average of 3.5 million passengers. It’s also known as Will Rogers World Airport, named after a local comedian that died in 1935. 

It’s served by Alaska, Allegiant, American Airlines (and Eagle), Delta Airlines (and Connection), Frontier, Southwest, and United (and Express), encompassing most of the USA. Cargo-wise, it’s visited by FedEx, Martinaire, and UPS. 

The scenery features a detailed rendition of the airport, with high-resolution ground textures, custom SAM jetways and marshallers, disassembled aircraft parts, realistic wear and tear, and accurately placed custom buildings and clutter.

It’s available on the iniBuilds Store for roughly $21.72, requiring at least 4.32 GB of free disk space to install, and compatible with X-Plane 11.50+ or X-Plane 12.00+.

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