Bonaire is a small island in the Southern Caribbean and is a popular holiday destination among surfers and divers, thanks to its clear water and magnificent coral reefs. First colonised by the Spanish, in 1636 it was occupied by the Netherlands which it still belongs to today. Exactly 300 years later, the first airport was built by the Dutch. It served as a hub for American forces in the Second World War, which it was too small for, though. Therefore, a new airport was constructed – “Flamingo Airport” was born. Today, this airport operates several short-haul flights across the Caribbean, and serves as a stopover for the Dutch KLM on long-haul flights.
This scenery offers a highly detailed recreation of Flamingo International Airport (BON / TNCB) near the city of Kralendijk on Bonaire. The developer took thousands of photos at the location and used those to create the accurate building models and high-resolution textures. Highly detailed night effects, custom runway and approach lighting, animated palm trees and clutter on the apron down to the smallest details bring this airport to a virtual life. Thanks to latest technology, optimal visuals and performance are possible.
So, pack your surfboard and visit Bonaire!
Highly detailed and realistic recreation of Flamingo International Airport (TNCB)
Fully compatible with X-Plane 10 and XPlane 11
Highly detailed 3D models of Terminal and other airport buildings
High resolution textures based on thousands of images taken at the airport
High resolution runway and taxiway textures
Photo real ground images covering airport and surroundings
Highly realistic night time effects
Custom runway and approach light systems
Ambient palm tree animations
Interior model included for Terminal building
Custom terrain mesh covering the airport boundary area
XPlane 11 / X-Plane 10.50 / X-Plane Steam Version Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10 oder Linux or Mac Multi Core Processor with 3.0 GHz or higher At least 8 GB RAM Graphics card: DirectX 11 with at least 512 MB VRAM Download-Size: 800 MB
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