Departure Designs Announces Cyril E. King Airport and New Orleans for X-Plane 11

X-Plane developer Departure Designs has announced that they are working on bringing Cyril E. King Airport and New Orleans Airport to X-Plane 11. Announced on their Facebook page, the team have confirmed that work has…

Posted: 11-Apr-2019 @ 09:30z
Updated: 04-Apr-2023 @ 14:16z
Departure Designs Announces Cyril E. King Airport and New Orleans for X-Plane 11

X-Plane developer Departure Designs has announced that they are working on bringing Cyril E. King Airport and New Orleans Airport to X-Plane 11. Announced on their Facebook page, the team have confirmed that work has been on-going and development previews are now ready to be shared.

Starting first with Cyril E. King Airport (TIST), the airport product will feature high-resolution custom mesh across the entire and surrounding island, accurate tree lines and many custom buildings throughout.

New Orleans (KMSY) will see just as much detail and will feature the ground layout of the airport as it will be from 2020 onwards.

You can follow Departure Designs on Facebook. The team recently released Baltimore Airport in conjunction with Verticle Simulations.

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