iBlueYonder Previews Upcoming GA Airports – The 100 Dollar Burger Returns

iBlueYonder has today announced they will be giving 2B2 Plum Island a facelift and are also working on 6B6 Minuteman Field. In the midst of the mega airports that they are currently working on, KDAL…

Posted: 23-Aug-2017 @ 23:21z

iBlueYonder has today announced they will be giving 2B2 Plum Island a facelift and are also working on 6B6 Minuteman Field. In the midst of the mega airports that they are currently working on, KDAL and KPDX, they aim to prove they still love those little GA airports as well.

Both airports will come packaged together and will deliver the same high-quality work you can expect from Bill. You can see from the screenshots provided that even the smallest details will be included in his work.

Both the airports are located in the US in the state of Massachusetts and add good connections from Nantucket and The Heron’s Nest that iBlueYonder have made before. Below are a couple of previews of Minuteman Field to start with.

For more, head over to iBlueYonder’s website for latest updates as well as their Facebook page.

You can also watch our interview with Bill below:

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