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Colombian Virtual Design Releases Nerlerit Inaat for X-Plane

Colombian Virtual Design has released one of the remote airports in the world, located in the east coast of Greenland.

Colombian Virtual Design Releases Nerlerit Inaat for X-Plane

Nerlerit Inaat, located on the eastern coast of Greenland and was originally opened to facilitate oil excavation by an American company in 1985. Shortly after in 1990, it was sold back to Greenland for civil operation. Like many small airports in the area, there are no scheduled services from the airport but is stopping point for expeditions into the surrounding area and can only be serviced by helicopters and short take off and landing aircraft such as the DHC-6 due to the short, rough 1000m gravel runway.

Colombian Virtual Design has recreated this stop gap airport with a residential Bell 222 helicopter, plenty of airport buildings, surrounding houses (which house those who work at the airport as no other settlement is reachable by road) as well as people and typical animals you would find in the tundra of the surrounding area.

You can purchase Nerlerit Inaat for both X-Plane 11 and 12 for just €9 from Simmarket.

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