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Turbulent Designs Announce Friedman Memorial Airport

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On their Facebook page, Turbulent Designs has confirmed that their newest airport in the works is Friedman Memorial Airport in Hailey, Idaho. There hasn’t been an official feature set for this scenery yet, but by telling on the current buildings renders, this will be another absolutely amazing product by Turbulent. Friedman Airport, KSUN (sweet ICAO), is a single-runway regional airport that sees a fair amount of corporate traffic, and an occasional Horizon Air Q400 flight.  The airport is also in the Idaho mountains only 100 nautical miles away from Idaho Falls, another Turbulent airport.

It’s great to see a high-end dev taking on the smaller, less seen, airports across North America – can’t wait to see how it turns out!

 

Quick addition: This is also the airport featured in another Turbulent Design post where they previewed their ground poly’s in partnership with ORBX, But the airport was not confirmed at the time of that post, we now know that that airport is indeed KSUN, Friedman Memorial.

 
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Dmitri Scheidel

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I was raised around aviation since day one, living on multiple airports across California I naturally took a liking to the big loud things with the shiney spinners. I have been simming since FS98 and slowly worked my way through the versions, I now happily run P3D V4 on a rather powerful setup ; ). I am also a real life private pilot and certified ground school instrustor *at only 18 years old!* | View My Specs

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I’m confused! Are they with Orbx or they still develop things on their own?

We’re still an independent developer, but yes, we will be publishing our airports in partnership with Orbx. So they will be on OrbxDirect.

How do these guys do it??

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