Axonos Releases Gold Coast Airport for XPL

Axonos heads down under for X-Plane users.

Posted: 12-May-2024 @ 12:29z
Axonos Releases Gold Coast Airport for XPL

A new airport has landed on X-Plane 11 and 12 from Axonos. Gold Coast Airport (YBCG) is located in Australia

Gold Coast Airport is an international airport located in Coolangatta, a suburb at the southern end of the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. The airport is served by many airlines such as AirAsia X, Air New Zealand, Bonza, Jetstar, Qantas, Virgin Australia and more, cargo operations are handled by Qantas Freight.

The airport comes with all new 3D building, that take advantage of X-Plane’s advanced engine, along with full PBR ground textures, wet effects, and also colour-corrected orthophoto. There is also 3D grass, HDR night lighting and more, all of which has been optimised. You will need to use SAM plugin in order to use the airport, including animated marshallers.

You can buy it from Orbx for $29.99 AUD (excluding any taxes).


  • Highly detailed, accurate representation of YBCG with new apron and taxiway
  • Fully optimized by using the latest techniques.
  • 3d grass
  • Custom HDR night lighting
  • PBR and HD textures implemented
  • Full PBR ground textures as well as stunning wet effects
  • Fully color-corrected and masked orthophoto
  • Animated marshalls using SAM technology
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