VirtualDesign3D Releases Santiago Intl. Airport & Santiago City 2020 XP

VirtualDesign3D has released, via Aerosoft, Santiago Intl. Airport & Santiago City 2020 XP for X-Plane 11. Santiago Airport, in the heart of Chile in South America, is home to airlines such as LATAM, JetSmart and SKY Airlines. The airport features 2 13,000ft runways and plenty of operating space for all sizes of aircraft.

The airport features interior modelling in the boarding area, PBR on the ground and buildings and also custom animated jetways, and HDR lighting and custom night lighting. Furthermore, the surrounding city is also included with customized buildings, forests and vegetation to make the busy city feel alive.

You can buy VirtualDesign3D Santiago Intl. Airport & Santiago City 2020 XP for X-Plane 11 via Aerosoft for €19.90 (excluding VAT).


  • Extremely detailed and realistic recreation the real Airport
  • Interior modeling only boarding area new (very detailed)
  • Ambient occlusion in main textures
  • (PBR) Specular maps for objects and ground poly
  • Over 250 buildings, highly detailed
  • Custom animated jetways, custom texture and numbered
  • Custom runways and taxiways (Reflex normal map)
  • Custom taxilines, borderlines and ground markings
  • HDR lighting with custom night textures
  • Animated helicopters (Force Aerea Chilean)
  • Animated walking people boarding aircraft
  • Customized forest and vegetation 3D (grass, palms, plants)
  • Custom surrounding areas
  • Customized models for traffic vehicles to terminal
  • Static objects, vehicles and aircraft
  • World Traffic 3 compatible
  • Ortho4XP compatible
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Calum Martin

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I have been an avid fan of Flight Sim since the release of ‘2000 and have developed my love for aviation ever since. I have the knowledge and experience to really deliver an excellent aviation community. Although no real life flying experience, I have a good understanding and always learning more and more.
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